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Cornélia Castro

Opensource para qualquer quadro interativo - 50 views

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    Really Interesting!
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    The free, open-source interactive digital teaching software Open Sankoré
Tero Toivanen

The Power of Open - 30 views

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    "...The Power of Open inspires you to examine and embrace the practice of open licensing so that your contributions to the global intellectual commons can provide their greatest benefit to all people."
Kerry J

Open Source Content Management System - Open Source CMS - CMS PHP - CMS Made Simple - 15 views

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    Content Management System
Steve Ransom

KeePassX - 19 views

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    Open source password manager that's cross-platorm
wittyben

EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing - 15 views

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    "... a new and productive way to collaborate on text documents, useful for meeting notes, drafting sessions, education, team programming, and more" (retrieved 2010.10.15)
David McGavock

CK12.ORG - FlexBooks - 41 views

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    "About CK-12 Foundation Traditional textbooks are both expensive and rigid. FlexBooks conform to national and state textbook standards. They are free, easy to update and easy to customize. With FlexBooks, you can customize your textbooks to support your innovative work in the classroom. The CK-12 Foundation provides FlexBooks free to anyone who wants to use them."
Frances DiDavide

Performous - Announcements - 21 views

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    Learn to sing!
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    Learn to sing online.
Martin Burrett

blender.org - Home - 38 views

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    Blender is a superb open source professional 3D animation program. Download and make cartoons that what make Pixar proud in no time. Addition free download may be required when prompted. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Video,+animation,+film+&+Webcams
Philippe Scheimann

Q&A on diaspora - 5 views

  • What do you think are the most important features a social network should have? How would you prioritize them? Do you plan to Build Less or go big? If building less, what is the minimal set of features you can get away with? We plan to “build less.” These are the features which we aim to complete first: 1. A good secure protocol, encrypted at every leg, including a specification for a lightweight, probably HTTPS, RESTful set of routes. We see all of this communication happening between two Diaspora servers, rather than strictly between peers. We realize there is the problem with polling with this model, but we think there are several tricks worth trying which all have their relative pros and cons: PubSub (fast and easy, requires some level of centralization), querying friends servers from the browser side and posting responses back (requires browser side decryption) to name a couple. Alternatively, we are considering going with XMPP altogether due to the ability to be able to push content between nodes, but we need to research it further to see if it is something we would want to implement. 2. A datastore and corresponding interface that can store all of your stuff in one place. MongoDB is what we are looking at for V1, but the redundancy of TahoeFS is intriguing(as well as serving a slightly different purpose). 3. A clear extension framework. Diaspora will be service-agnostic and we will need to make it easy to import from and export to any format/web service. It is also our goal to make Diaspora as content-agnostic as possible, by providing abstract data types and an easily extended UI so that whatever new content people want to store and share can be integrated without re-rewriting parts of the whole application stack. 4. Be your own OpenID provider. Having a single identity across lots of services is great, but why trust a web service to hold it? Once we are the keepers of our own data, we can also selectively allow services access to it through Oauth.
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    alternative to fb...
Philippe Scheimann

NodeXL: Network Overview, Discovery and Exploration for Excel - 9 views

  • NodeXL is a template for Excel 2007 that lets you enter a network edge list, click a button, and see the network graph, all in the Excel window. You can easily customize the graph’s appearance; zoom, scale and pan the graph; dynamically filter vertices and edges; alter the graph’s layout; find clusters of related vertices; and calculate a set of graph metrics. Networks can be imported from and exported to a variety of data formats, and built-in connections for getting networks from Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and your local email are provided.
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    might be interesting to see what;s going on in the classroom
Amy W

Science of the Olympic Winter Games | lessonopoly.org - 30 views

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    This website provides activities and lesson plans to go along with the NBC Learn video series on the Science of the Olympics. An excellent resource just in time for the Winter Olympic Games!
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    This website provides activities and lesson plans to go along with the NBC Learn video series on the Science of the Olympics. An excellent resource just in time for the Winter Olympic Games!
Maggie Verster

Take Any College Class for Free: 236 Open Courseware Collections, Podcasts, and Videos ... - 41 views

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    If you're interested in specific open courses, you can find a variety on the Web (or through this list of 100 courses). Usually, those single courses will contain all the materials you need to learn one subject for free. But, if you're after more than a single focus or if you need a deeper perspective on a subject, this list of open courseware collections may be just what you need. Each resource listed below contains a collection or collections of educational materials. You'll find digital archives, a variety of courses, Podcasts, videos and sometimes a mix of everything you can imagine so you can learn any given subject in depth.
Sheri Edwards

Site Tour Creator - Simple. Free. Open Source. | Amberjack - 29 views

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    create your own site tour
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