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I may be a minority but I actually liked some of the "outdated stuff," I am not referring to only the list of AO plans but the weekly, daily, etc. planners that others have made. Also I miss some of the older book selections and or changes made to the readings. I know AO is always trying to become better but I sure would like to have access to that "old" stuff.
(02-10-2014, 06:53 AM)Mrs. Mandy Wrote: [ -> ]I may be a minority but I actually liked some of the "outdated stuff," I am not referring to only the list of AO plans but the weekly, daily, etc. planners that others have made. Also I miss some of the older book selections and or changes made to the readings. I know AO is always trying to become better but I sure would like to have access to that "old" stuff.

Here are a couple of helps in that area....

http://www.amblesideonline.org/old.shtml
http://www.amblesideonline.org/ScienceChanges2011.html

And keep in mind that all those files are still there on the Yahoo Group.
I can't get they files off the old yahoo group because I left it and came back after it closed I guess. This is a great help though, thanks! Sometimes I guess I just don't know what search words to use or I am putting them in not quite right, I don't know :/
I want to make sure I'm not violating any copyright laws regarding the MHLW Study Guide by Anne White.  For Y4 terms 2 and 3 I created a board on Pinterest and pinned many links from the study guide.  I was planning on doing the same for Y5, but then it occurred to me..."is this okay?"  I did note in the description that many of the links are from the Study Guide/AO and provided the link.  I'm just not sure if this is enough to adhere to copyright laws.
I honestly have no idea about the legalities, but it's fine with me.
That's what I did with all my AO boards- I linked to the website in the board descriptions, and try to keep those boards just AO recommended stuff, but sometimes I add to it, since a lot of users do follow those boards and the purpose is to be helpful. :)
(05-12-2015, 09:02 PM)AnneWhite Wrote: [ -> ]I honestly have no idea about the legalities, but it's fine with me.


A big sigh of relief that it is fine!  That was also my other concern.  Thank you. 
What a helpful idea to use Pinterest for links. I haven't looked at the study guide you mention, but I think this could also be done with the many links in the notes of the AO lesson plans...but would this be ok? It wouldn't be a reposting of AO material, just a collection of bookmarks pertaining to the year. I could even make them part of a private board, if there were any concerns. What do you think?


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(07-27-2015, 04:06 AM)arogueangel Wrote: [ -> ]What a helpful idea to use Pinterest for links. I haven't looked at the study guide you mention, but I think this could also be done with the many links in the notes of the AO lesson plans...but would this be ok? It wouldn't be a reposting of AO material, just a collection of bookmarks pertaining to the year. I could even make them part of a private board, if there were any concerns. What do you think?


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Yes, please go ahead.
That's what I've tried to do, but haven't completed the work :)


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