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Phil Brown

50 UNIX / Linux Sysadmin Tutorials - 35 views

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    50 UNIX / Linux sysadmin related tutorials
Bill Maginnis

Linux Journal | The Original Magazine of the Linux Community - 10 views

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    very cool mini-series on setting up virtualized Linux servers and a host PC took learn about web servers, email servers, DNS, etc. Looks like a great resource for a classroom
Lennie Symes

Download Free AVG Rescue Bootup CD: Repair Infected Computers - 12 views

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    "AVG Rescue CD is basically a portable version of AVG Anti-Virus supplied through Linux distribution which can be used as a bootable CD or bootable USB flash drive suitable for recovering MS Windows and Linux operating systems (FAT32 and NTFS file systems) from virus and spyware attack. AVG Rescue CD administration toolset also includes a Windows Registry editor, a TestDisk utility for recovering deleted files and lost partitions, a file browser for navigating folders, and a Ping tool for basic network diagnostics. How does AVG rescue CD work? Simply download to any CD or USB stick and insert into damaged computer like a recovery disk. Upon booting, the free AVG software will automatically mount all hard drives of the computer and scan them for viruses and malware, while automatically restoring a safe network connection. Download AVG Rescue Free now onto any CD or DVD or USB flash drive. They promise free support and service for paid license holders of any AVG product."
William Weaver

Blog of helios: Linux - Stop holding our kids back - 0 views

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    Open Source Software illegal in schools? Please say this is a joke...
Justin Eames

How to Run Your Favorite Programs at Work Without Admin Access | Webmaster Tips - 9 views

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    Running a small version of Linux on a Windows XP system.  Great experience for students to see other operating systems.  
Phil Brown

sigil - A WYSIWYG ebook editor. - Google Project Hosting - 41 views

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    multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor
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    Sigil is a multi-platform EPUB ebook editor for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Roland Gesthuizen

Create a Highly Organized, Synchronized Home Folder with Dropbox - 138 views

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    "When you love Dropbox like we do, you start syncing more and more stuff. The more stuff you sync, the harder it is to organize. Here's a simple way to sort quickly and stay organized across multiple computers, Windows, Mac, or Linux. We're going to deal with two things here: organization and synchronization."
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    Good file management advice for teachers syncing files between home and school across different computers then organizing these into folders.
Roland Gesthuizen

Free Computer books Download | Online computer ebooks | online free computer science ebooks - 158 views

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    "Freebookcentre.net contains links to thousands of free online technical books. Which Include core computer science, networking, programming languages, Systems Programming books, Linux books and many more."
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    Great collection of Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics and Electronics books.
donnatmachado

10 Great ways to use Audacity with your Students | Tip of the Iceberg - 121 views

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    Audacity is a great audio editor for use in the classroom. It can be used on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, and the best part about it is that it is free!
Bob Rowan

Desktop QR Code Reader | dansl - 78 views

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    Potentially useful application for Windows, Mac, and Linux to read QR Codes, includes detailed instructions on how to use the program (assuming your computer has a camera)
Wayne Holly

Need a good video transcoder? - 2 views

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    Handbrake is an open-source program (free) that converts video.It is available for PC, MAC and Linux platforms.
Judy Robison

Easy classroom computing - 46 views

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    "The ubermix is an all-free, specially built, Linux-based operating system designed from the ground up with the needs of education in mind. Built by educators with an eye towards student and teacher empowerment, ubermix takes all the complexity out of student devices by making them as reliable and easy-to-use as a cell phone, without sacrificing the power and capabilities of a full operating system. With a turn-key, 5 minute installation, 20 second quick recovery mechanism, and more than 60 free applications pre-installed, ubermix turns whatever hardware you have into a powerful device for learning."
Dan Lucier

Education Software for Schools: Free Software, Open Source | School Forge - 98 views

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    SchoolForge's mission is to unify independent organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for education. We advocate the use of open texts and lessons, open curricula, free software and open source in education.
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    An excellent resource for any educator looking to take advantage of free and open source software
Tamara Connors

Share More! Wiki » Anthology/Slide Thinkfinity into the Curriculum with Diigo Slides? - 92 views

  • To plan out my WebSlides above, I followed this process: Wrote a short narrative for the introduction Created a List in Diigo so that I could save my bookmarks to it while bookmarking the web pages I would use. Actually Bookmarked the web pages that I would use, making sure to highlight and add comments about parts I wanted to call attention to, as well as check the box that said ADD TO LIST and choosing the list I wanted to save bookmarks to. Recorded my audio using Audacity (free audio recorder that works on Windows, Mac and GNU/Linux computers) Viewed the MyList page and clicked on WebSlides, then clicked on the preferences to upload my audio. Adjusted the duration of the slides to match my narration. Relaxed and enjoyed the audio narrated WebSlide. Be sure to share your examples of educational Diigo WebSlides!
Kathleen N

Meet Zonbu: The Cloud-assisted OS - 0 views

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    Bring new life to old pcs
Ed Webb

Will $99 Moby tablet swim or sink? | eSchoolNews.com - 35 views

  • In Turkey we are about to start 1 to 1 netbook for 15.000.000 students with $ 7 per month installments for 36 months through credit cards. I knew technology would change until we complete to provide 15.000.000 netbooks. So I will write to Marvel. We can finance them, we can buy the first 1.000.000 netbooks at $ 120 per piece. I hope quality and functions are as they say . Hurra, education complainers. It is time to go online courses for 60 million USA K12 students. You have no excuse now.
  • We have dealt with Tablet PC before in one of our Smart School initiatives here in Malaysian and I must say the Moby Tablet is quite impressive.
Greta Oppe

Going Google at TCE - 95 views

Going Google at TCEA 2011   Amidst the freezing weather, teachers were amazed, astonished, and astounded by the things teachers and students can do using Google Apps. One of these Apps is ...

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