Its summer time again and engaging children with fun apps that give experiences as well as contribute to their instinctive learning curve. Here are top 4 Linux based Apps your young ones should explore and have a riot.
This article is specially formulated for unixmen readers who like to seek out engaging as well as educational software for their kids. In this post, I will review a coloring software “color it by numbers” available here. The software is simple and easy to be used by kids. No formal instructions or guideline is required to […]
OpenSUSE Edu Li-f-e 11.4 for education is released. Based on openSUSE 11.4,” this release includes the latest carefully selected software for students, educators, as well as parents. The software selection encompasses everything required to make a productive computing experience for either home or educational use without having to install anything additional. Right out of the […]
Gone are the days when it was sufficient if students coming out of high schools knew one end of the computer to the other. With each passing year, children are becoming increasingly techno-perfect, in small degree, which translates into better career prospects such as better paying jobs, higher salary etc. To achieve higher levels of […]
Openoffice.org for kids or better say OOo4kids is a project that aims to provide a simplified version of openoffice.org for kids between 7-12 years . Ooo4Kids is based on OpenOffice.org source code. Everything is made with the idea to contribute back to OpenOffice.org Project, through OpenOffice.org Education Project, and students projects, but not only (all […]
15-05-2009 OSOR : Schools in Austria are no longer compensated for software licence costs they make for office applications, as of the coming school year, starting this fall. Instead, the ministry of Education is promoting the use of the open source alternative OpenOffice, by paying 10 euro for each PC switched over.
64Posted May 20, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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