Friday, August 16, 2013

Darter - Etheostoma: Wikipedia's 'List of languages by number of native speakers' - - suggests that these 15 languages have most native speakers, And each becomes its own, online, free, accredited, Creative Commons' licensed, wiki, WUaS University, Again EACH OF THE LANGUAGES at WUaS WILL BECOME A MIT OCW-centric UNIVERSITY IN THAT LANGUAGE ...

Wikipedia's 'List of languages by number of native speakers' - -

suggests that these 15 languages have most native speakers (and I've included where these languages are spoken) ...

Mandarin - China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore

Spanish - Hispanic America, Spain, United States, Equatorial Guinea

English - Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, Singapore

Hindi - India, Fiji, Nepal … (Mutually intelligible with Urdu)

Arabic - North Africa, Western Asia (Middle East), East Africa

Portuguese - Angola, Brazil, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Príncipe

Bengali - Bangladesh, West Bengal (India), Tripura (India), Assam (India)

Russian - Russia, former Republics of the Soviet Union, Mongolia

Japanese - Japan

Punjabi - Punjab region (India, Pakistan)

German - Austria, Belgium (Eupen-Malmedy), Germany, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, South Tirol (in Italy)

Javanese - Java (Indonesia)

Wu - Zhejiang, Shanghai, southern Jiangsu (eastern China)

Malay/Indonesian - Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore

WUaS has recently finished beginning wiki pages for each of these 15, each of which WUaS is planning to create an accredited (in their countries), online, MIT OCW-centric, wiki university, - and all of which you'll find on the WUaS Languages' page -

Languages -

And, again, WUaS plans for bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D. degrees to be in the main and official languages in the above countries, and here's the main -

Nation States at WUaS page - -

and check out the main nation states on this page, vis-a-vis the above countries.

And here are MIT OCW Translated courses, as a beginning of some of the courseware, and a model for translation -

(More countries (now 242+) and languages (7,105+) at WUaS to come, as beginnings of online, MIT OCW universities and schools).



as you'll see in the "Ideas" section in one of the United Nations' languages at WUaS, e.g.,  -

Mandarin language (Chinese) 

the above languages will dovetail with  the U.N. languages, for example -

"This Mandarin language (Chinese) language, wiki, subject page at WUaS - - will be an online university in Mandarin, paralleling the other United Nations' languages', wiki, subject pages, which will become MIT OCW-centric, WUaS universities and schools, also in those languages:

Arabic -

English -

French -

Mandarin -

(Persian language:

Russian -

Spanish -"


Again, what's far-reaching about WUaS, is that ... Each language will become an online, wiki, MIT OCW-centric university in that language.

And again, please remember that WUaS is wiki (editable web pages), so if you find friends who would like to wiki-develop an university in their country or language, please invite them to do so, or just email them a wiki page. This is a remarkable opportunity to develop a university in one's own country / language.

Best regards,


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