CSCL stands for Computer Support for Collaborative Learning, and there’s an international CSCL conference every year. This year it’s in Bergen. Three of their student volunteers have just had to cancel and so they’re looking for extras: anyone in Bergen who’s willing to do 20 hours of volunteering gets free admittance and free lunches. It’s one of those huge, very expensive conferences, so this is not a bad deal, actually. If you’re interested, contact Kurt.

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  1. Kurt Rysjedal

    If you are interested in volunteering for the conference, my email adress is:
    kurtr@ifi.uib.no

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