Spanish version of the platform launched

Spanish version of the platform launched
Oct. 2, 2013

Today the Spanish version of “IMAGINARY - open mathematics” was launched. With the new language selector on top of the page or the direct link www. imaginary.org/es you can open the Spanish version of the platform. All main exhibition contents are translated and we invite collaborators to join our translation community to help translating our user content. The Spanish version has been edited by the Real Sociedad Matemática Española (RSME), our partner in Spain. RSME organized already more than 15 exhibitions in Spanish cities and two temporary museum exhibitions in Madrid and Barcelona.

We are also working on the German, French and Portuguese versions and will keep you updated!

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