Willkommen! The German Version of IMAGINARY is online!

Willkommen! The German Version of IMAGINARY is online!
2014년 1월 17일

Today we inaugurate the German version of the IMAGINARY platform. You can now switch to “deutsch” using the language selector on top of the page or open the German version of IMAGINARY directly through: www. imaginary.org/de

We are very happy to announce this new language (after English and Spanish) and this way remember the roots of our IMAGINARY project: the German Year of Mathematics 2008. In 2008, we started with a traveling exhibition in Germany, in German language, and then got on tour for several years: staging exhibitions, organizing events, expanding its contents, translating texts and general networkinhg…

Thanks to all people who helped us in translating the contents to German! Our community is are already working on new translations, the next planned langauge is French.

 

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