Hello Steven and Stewart!
So nice to meet you, Steven. And thanks so much for your driving! ... much appreciated.
Here's the Twi Wikipedia in Twi ...
http://tw.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page ... try clicking 'edit this page,' and add or change something in Twi.
And here's the Ghana World University and School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Ghana - eventually planned to be 100s or 1000s or 10s of 1000s of wiki pages large (or larger), and to be in each of all the languages in Ghana, with free MIT OCW-centric degrees in some large languages, if and when Ghanaians can help with this ... see the MIT OCW translated courses here - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/translated-courses/ - by way of comparison. Check out the links on the related Ghana WUaS wiki links part way down as well.
And you'll find the 15 year old inventor from Sierra Leone Kelvin Doe's video I mentioned in the car here - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Sierra_Leone.
Doe, Kelvin. 2012. Self-taught African Teen Wows M.I.T. Sierra Leone: MIT.
And per your question about learning English grammar online for free, you'll find some free "Learning English Google + group video Hangouts" here at the WUaS English language wiki subject page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/English_language - in the 'Select Video Conferences' section.
And Kwami Zulu Shabazz is the name of the Professor I mentioned I've talked with, with a Harvard Ph.D. in Anthropology from a few years ago, and who is now a Professor in North Carolina and who focuses on Ghana, in part. I can probably bring you in communication if you are interested in possibly developing the MIT OCW-centric Ghana WUaS in various Ghanaian languages.
All the best,
Here, too, is the "WUaS International Baccalaureate Diploma and Programme" -
with links to other free WUaS university degrees part way down, first in English, and then in large languages.
Hi Steven and Stewart,
I've posted this blog entry with some of our above email correspondence, plus the video of the teen inventor Kelvin Doe from Sierra Leone who visited MIT in 2012, as well as a link to the free online beginning WUaS International Baccalaureate (IB) high school, first in English, here -
How best to welcome Ghanaians further in and online to create their own MIT OCW-centric online WUaS university in large Ghanaian languages as well as wiki schools in each of every language in Ghana?