Thanks for your recent email to all of us.
Yassi wrote earlier: "I think for PfP Professor Andre Rucinski who is our Ambassador to PfP would be a great candidate to speak about the PfP Grand Challenge." When might be a good time to meet with Yassi, and myself and Ral in a Google + Hangout about ISSIP Grand Challenges?
As ISSIP Ambassador to Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge, it would be great in particular to come into further conversation with you about Prescription for Poland and MIT OCW-centric World University and School. If you haven't already, please read this page about these Grand Challenges as a beginning - http://staging2.issip.org/?page_id=2234 - which includes:
PRESCRIPTION FOR POLAND GRAND CHALLENGE
“Prescription for Poland”© is a grand challenge initiated by ISSIP institutional member, Data Techno Park, and Prescription for Poland © Network of Experts, intended to build a strong innovation ecosystem around eHealth and Regenerative Medicine in Poland. The grand challenge is to help Poland as a new EU country, possessing high ICT and medicine competences, become a leading player into the global ICT – medicine world through programs that foster collaboration with researchers, scientists, and professionals in Poland. For more information about Prescription for Poland ©, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A few days ago I emailed Yassi and Jim as well as -
"Dear Data Techno Park, and Prescription for Poland © Network of Experts,
To bring into conversation your Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge with MIT OCW-centric World University and School's ISSIP Grand Challenge, here's the "Complementary and Alternative Medicine" wiki subject page at WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Complementary_and_Alternative_Medicine.
And here's the beginning online Medical School at WUaS, only in English so far -
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University_Medical_School - but planned for large languages.
Here too is the Poland World University and School -
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Poland - not yet in Polish and without any MIT OCW courses yet in Polish. (Wikipedia is in 287 languages and MIT OCW is in at least 8 languages, by way of comparison).
WUaS is planning that each country become its own accrediting MIT OCW-centric university (for bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D. as as well as IB high school degrees in UN languages to begin), if possible, and usually in the main language of the country -
If you happen to know people in the Polish Ministry of Education or other academics or lawyers in Poland, please let them know of this possibility.
I've also added your Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge to the ideas' section - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Poland#Ideas - of Poland World University and School
for the time being.
Looking forward to further co-constituting conversation about our Grand Challenges.
(I got a bounce back from - email@example.com - when I tried to reply to this Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge recently because this email isn't working yet, so Data Techno Park and PFP didn't receive this email. I've also posted this Grand Challenge information here -
http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2014/10/geochelone-heading-for-burma-at-end-of.html - along with an email about Burma World University and School to a UC Hastings' law professor who's heading there soon).
So I'm curious about ways, Andre, you and I (and all of us) might focus our ISSIP grand challenges together and collaborate further. What would you suggest? What more can you share with all of us in email about the Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge? How might you suggest integrating "The Internet of Things as a service addressing Grand Challenges" into the Prescription for Poland Grand Challenge mentioned above? Thank you.
This is one example of how many of all 242 Country World University and Schools may begin: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Nation_States.