Academic Software - Ubuntu

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    Is anyone aware of any kind of reading, math, or other academic software
    that is open-source?
    Celestia and Stellarium are great examples of science software that can
    be used in the classroom. What do we have for reading and math?

    Thanks,
    Josh Beck

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    Josh Beck
    Northeast Independent School District
    iMAK (Interactive Media Applications at Krueger)
    http://www.neisd.net/imak
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    Josh Beck wrote:

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    > Is anyone aware of any kind of reading, math, or other academic software
    > that is open-source?
    > Celestia and Stellarium are great examples of science software that can
    > be used in the classroom. What do we have for reading and math?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Josh Beck
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    > Josh Beck
    > Northeast Independent School District


    It might be worth your examining Edubuntu - the educational version of
    Ubuntu: http://www.edubuntu.org/

    C.

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