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13 Aug 2012 - 06:38 | Version 1 |
In den letzten Tagen habe ich mehrere E-Mails erhalten, in denen jemand gerne etwas zum Biblionetz beitragen möchte, weil sie in die gleiche Richtung forsche und publiziere:

Hi ,

I happened upon your blog post http://beat.doebe.li/bibliothek/w00032.html as I was conducting research for a computer science resource and wanted to submit an article for your blog. My resource focuses on how people can learn computer programming and web coding through various channels available today.

Like I mentioned, I'd love to write an article for your blog on this topic. Please let me know if you'd be interested in working with me. Thanks for your consideration, and I hope to hear from you soon.

Best,
Olivia

Ich muss zugeben, wäre nicht fünf Minuten später auf eine andere Mailadresse von mir eine ähnliche Anfrage eingegangen, hätte Gefahr bestanden, dass ich auf diese Mail reagiert hätte:

Hi ,

I happened upon your blog post http://beat.doebe.li/bibliothek/w00032.html as I was conducting research for a computer science resource and wanted to submit an article for your blog. My resource focuses on the user experience of online university programs and in general how online universities operate compared to traditional programs. My interest was sparked by innovative online computer science platforms such as Codecademy and Udacity and would love to look at how they've changed the online education landscape.

Like I mentioned, I'd love to write an article for your blog on this topic. Please let me know if you'd be interested in working with me. Thanks for your consideration, and I hope to hear from you soon.

Best,
Olivia

Spätestens, als einige Tage später wieder solche Mails im Duopack kamen, war ich mir sicher, dass dies keine ernstgemeinten Anfragen sind.

Es bleiben zwei Fragen:
  • Was ist die Absicht hinter diesen Mails?
  • Sind die computergeneriert oder werden die in Billiglohnländern von Menschen geschrieben?

Hi Doebe,

I'm getting in touch with you because I'd like to contribute an article to your blog. I found your blog post http://beat.doebe.li/bibliothek/b03660.html as I was conducting research for a resource about how technology is used in education today.

The article that I'd like to contribute would be look at the most effective methods (and not so-effective ways) that technology has been introduced into classrooms and learning environments. How is technology used to improve knowledge retention and the efficiency of providing students with a wealth of information?

Please let me know if you'd be interested in an article of this sorts. I'd be happy to hear your opinions about this and work with you on hashing out a more cohesive idea if you'd like.

Thanks,
Hanna

Und fünf Minuten später:

Hi ,

I'm getting in touch with you because I'd like to contribute an article to your blog. I found your blog post http://beat.doebe.li/bibliothek/b03660.html as I was conducting research for a resource about education policy and found your site very engaging.

The article that I'd like to contribute would be about how education policy in the United States today uses insights from educational psychology to improve knowledge retention. For example, how does the Obama Administration's Race to the Top initiative apply incentives to improve learning retention instead of waste public funds on sub-par projects?

Please let me know if you'd be interested in an article of this sorts. I'd be happy to hear your opinions about this and work with you on hashing out a more cohesive idea if you'd like.

Thanks,
Hanna


 
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