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Energize Education Tip of the Day!

If you’re an educator looking for a mind-mapping tool, check out Freemind. Freemind is an open source, free mind-mapping application that allows users to quickly build mind-maps and provides the capacity to enhance them with graphics and hyperlinks to external Web sites.

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Energize Education Tip of the Day!

If you’re looking for a versatile and powerful open source chat client for Windows and Linux, then take a look at Pidgin. Pidgin supports multiple simultaneous chat room logins and a wide range of Instant Messaging protocols, including AIM, ICQ and MSN Instant Messenger.

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Energize Education Tip of the Day!

Qimo4Kids (pronounced “kih-mo for kids”) is a free, open source Linux operating system for learners on the primary and intermediate levels.  It presents a kid-friendly interface and incorporates open source educational applications to help students develop math, language and problem-solving skills among others.

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Energize Education Tip of the Day!

Kalzium is an open source interactive periodic table of the elements.  Download it today and your chemistry student will thank you tomorrow.

 

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BlueGriffon  provides an approachable way to create Web pages, allowing users to easily switch between graphical and text modes.

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Tip of the Day!

You Web developers should check out Bluefish Editor, an open source, feature-rich editor.

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KHangman is a great vocabulary builder and just one of many educational applications that are available as part of the KDE Education Project.

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Tip of the Day!

Chromium Web Browser offers stable secure browsing and served as the template for Google Chrome.

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Project Status

I just received the cover and body proofs from Lulu Publishing and they look great.  I see the need for a few tweaks, but otherwise all is well.

Tip of the Day!

LibreOffice Impress can produce slick, flashy presentations that will rival  those made using MS PowerPoint.

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