October 2004

ICT and Education

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In Free Software Foundation/UNESCO Free Software Directory available on http://directory.fsf.org/, 3588 packages are indexed among which Fle3, Ggradebook, granule, Pauker and Recruit are in general used for education. Apart from these, software available for education are categorised as per the mode or standard of education. Software available for different standards and modes of education are as follows:

Adult education

  • AKFQuiz quiz generator – lets one make own quiz-games or questionnaires;
  • bingo-cards – lets one create number, word/letter, and picture bingo cards;
  • Claroline – lets users/institutions host courses administered by professors/teachers through web;
  • Diogenes – Scripts for searching classics texts;
  • DrPython – highly customisable, simple, clean editing environment for developing Python programmes;
  • FET – evolutionary programme for automatically generating time-table of a faculty or high-school;
  • Gretools – a vocabulary building tool for GNOME, a fun and efficient way to learn words;
  • Hanzim (“Hanzi Master”) – an interactive visual dictionary for learning and seeing relationships between Chinese radicals, characters, and compounds;
  • kdrill – helps people learn Japanese 'Kanji' characters;
  • linSmith – a Smith charting programme mainly designed for educational use;
  • The Manhattan Virtual Classroom

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