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    Electronic Information for Libraries

    What is eIFL.net?
    eIFL.net is a not for profit organisation that supports and advocates for the wide availability of electronic resources by library users in transitional and developing countries. Its core activities are negotiating affordable subscriptions on a multi-country consortial basis, supporting national library consortia and maintaining a global knowledge sharing and capacity building network in related areas, such as open access publishing, intellectual property rights, open source software for libraries and the creation of institutional repositories of local content.
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    Interactive mathematics on the internet
    Interactive mathematics

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    !!!!!


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    The role of Linux and computers in schools

    The role of Linux and computers in schools

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    Erm...Excuse me?

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    Interesting. Shame I don't have time to read it all right now.

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    I'm tempted to move the entire thread to the links forum.

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    Awww, I was waiting to see how big it grew!

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    linuxeducd Linux-EduCD is a distribution developed by Poland's SIMP Studium Techniki, with focus on education, graphics, office and multimedia software and designed for deployment in Polish schools. The newly released version 0.9 is the project's first build based on PCLinuxOS (previously it was based on Ubuntu). his version includes new graphical configuration tools, an option to create a custom live CD/DVD or an image for USB storage devices, improved support for WiFi cards and HP printers, and a range of educational software. The distribution is built on top of a Linux kernel 2.6.22.15, while the desktop is KDE 3.5.8. Also included are OpenOffice.org 2.3.1, PVM, Octave 3, IBM OpenDX 4.4, Firefox 2.0.12, Opera 9.25, WordPress 2.3.3 and VirtualBox 1.5.2.
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    ftp://ftp.icm.edu.pl/pub/Linux/dist/...ducd_09dvd.iso

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    Physics-Live CD is a Slax-based live CD containing essential software for mathematics, physics, and chemistry, for computations, and for developing simulation programs.
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    eLearnix: (formerly FreeLoader Linux), this has a host of Linux tutorials to get you started on basics of Linux, its about 320 megs, My favorite for learning Linux.

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    Hi Dos_Box,

    I just started the thread because i had a lot of links in my bookmarks about education and i thought it a good idea to post em so everybody could benefit and after that whenever i read an article related to education i put it up in the same thread, I started this in a linux forum and was asked to submit here!!by a member , there might be some repetitions and/or dead links , feel free to trim ,del, modify them

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    Maybe we can add this all to a page on the wiki and link to it on this thread makes more sense..

    Russ

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    If there's dead links, why are you posting them?

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    I said there might be, tried my best but there might be some left, like formerly FreeLoader Linux is now eLearnix, also had links to articles on blogs that I thought were interesting

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