KDE wants your input

David Van Assche dvanassche at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 17:28:01 UTC 2009

Salasaga allows u to create learning objects that output to .swf
files... this could probably be used with whiteboard software


kind Regards,
David Van Assche

On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 1:45 AM, Christopher Chan
<christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk> wrote:
> Jordan Mantha wrote:
>> HI all,
>> Recently I wrote a blog post [0] about how I think Edubuntu and Linux
>> in general in Education really need to succeed for Linux/FLOSS to go
>> mainstream. In particular, we (Edubuntu) need to advocate for
>> educational users to open source software developers. Well, Aaron
>> Seigo, one of the lead developers of KDE, read it and has responded
>> [1]. He's asked for educator feedback on somethings he's been thinking
>> about and has created a wiki page [2] to brainstorm ideas for making
>> one of KDE 4's new technologies, plasma [3], work hard for education.
>> Anyway, I thought it might be of interest to the list.
> What alternatives are there to Activstudio from Promethean?
> That piece of software makes it easy for teachers to create content for
> use in their classes and can be used in tandem with a physical
> interactive whiteboard which allow their pupils/students to get involved.
> A powerful and easy to use content creation tool that is easily used
> with an interactive whiteboard can mean a lot. Not all teachers are
> going to want to use subject specific software. All teachers would
> however appreciate being able to make their own stuff for their classes.
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