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As on-the-ground employees in India, China, etc. from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Global Libraries Initiative expressed interest for interview, who of us can conduct the interviews?
We need understand their background and design a good questionnaires.
Hi Mountain, We (Bridgespan) suggested reaching out to contacts that we have through the Bill and Melinda Gates' Foundation's Global Libraries Initiative - they haven't requested an interview at this point.
If it seems like they could have useful information, we will take the lead on making contact. Does this help?
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Thanks, Laura. I had gotten the info from People to Interview, but I might misunderstand it.
Just something to note - if you're doing "newsworthy" interviews it would be really good to see them go up on Wikinews - there is even a zh version. --Brian McNeil 01:38, 20 October 2009 (UTC)
Very good idea, Brian. In general, there's an opportunity for us to be sharing lots of our work through Wikinews and other places. For example, perhaps the final output of our work should also be published on Wikibook.