The Ask Ubuntu classroom is a series of free sessions where an Expert teaches attendees some of their skills in a variety of fields.
This post is to organise the calendar. If you want to hold a session, add your name and the topic to the calendar, and let one of the Moderators know to Schedule the Event in the Ask Ubuntu Chat System.
If you plan to attend a session, please register for the event. Transcripts of all events will be available to the public afterwards.
Take a look at the chat schedule for estimated durations. Sessions may run over the alloted time, but we expect them to be fairly close.
We expect sessions to take between 30 and 120 minutes. You should make sure your material fits in that time-frame. You should also be familiar with our chat system. Sessions should generally relate to the topic of Ubuntu in the same way as questions on the site should. You can of course hold session on topics such as Inkscape or Perl, but they should assume Ubuntu users as the target audience.
Please discuss organisational issues here:
Keep in mind that you can just leave messages. It's much easier to read than a huge comment thread on this question :-)