[ubuntu-uk] Open Education Disc (was :Re: serious advice)

Rob Beard rob at esdelle.co.uk
Thu Nov 15 08:34:39 GMT 2007

John Levin wrote:
> Rob Beard wrote:
>> Maybe you could give her a few copies of The OpenEducationDisc to give 
>> out to her friends as Christmas presents?  They could all then get to 
>> grips with things like TuxPaint, TuxTyping and TuxMath (actually, I'm 
>> not sure if they're all on there, I've been working on a custom branded 
>> OpenDisc of my own which I'm going to distribute in my local area).
> I'd never heard of the OpenEducationDisc before; a google later gives:
> http://www.theopendisc.com/education/
> It's a version of OpenDisc, which was once The Open CD, launched but a 
> month ago.
> Version 7.10 (ohh, ubuntu-style release numbering!) has just come out;
> the list of programs is at:
> http://www.theopendisc.com/education/?page_id=16
> Just a FYI,
> John

Yep it's not bad.  I think it caters more for the older kids rather than 
younger Primary School kids.  It's still got a pretty good variety of 
software on there though.


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