Here's the Swahili, wiki page at World University and School ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Swahili ... which WUaS would like to become a MIT OpenCourseWare-centric University and School in Swahili, for open, people-to-people teaching and learning, and eventually with free, Creative Commons' licensed university degrees.
what kind of courses do you teach? and is online lessons?
Hi Abishag (who speaks Swahili, has lived in the U.S., and lives in Tanzania),
The courses will partly emerge from MIT OCW's video courses - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/ - as well as all of MIT OCW's 2,150 courses - http://ocw.mit.edu/. Here are MIT OCW's 'translated courses' - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/translated-courses/ - but none yet in Swahili.
As a wiki (editable web pages), like Wikipedia with its 285 languages which we all wrote (here's Wikipedia in Swahili - http://sw.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mwanzo), WUaS makes it possible for any of us to teach a course and add it, or learn - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Courses. WUaS is open, online and free. Please teach a course if you like. Here's Google course builder, for example - https://code.google.com/p/course-builder/ - or simply start teaching to youtube.
African languages at WUaS:
Happy July 4th, Independence Day, here in the U.S., which I hope WUaS will help to further the spirit of through free, online, MIT OCW-centric, wiki education!