SEUL.org: Linux in education report #39 for March 5Mar 05, 2001, 21:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Doug Loss)
[ Thanks to Doug Loss for this link. ]
"LinuxWorld recently published an interview with Jean-Pierre Archambault, an official of the Centre National de Documentation Pedagogique (CNDP), a governmental agency under the authority of the French Minister of Education. In it Archambault summarizes the three main issues facing the French school system as it works to integrate Linux...."
"Hugo Rimbert told us about his current work: "Since October 2000, I'm developing the beginning of a graphical interface for kids." His project looks interesting, and could spark some discussion on how interfaces specifically designed for children might differ from more common interfaces...."
"We're ready to announce our new listing of educational software for Linux. All of the applications we've listed in these reports are there, with facilities for users to add reviews of the programs they've used to the listings for those programs. The indexing is currently fairly rudimentary, but we hope to address that next."
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