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    • GNOME Kids

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    • Free interactive geometry software

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    • Free learning support software

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    • Free learning management systems

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    • Anki (software)

    • Anki

      2.0.36: Anki is a spaced repetition flashcard program. Anki () is the Japanese word for memorization. The SM2 algorithm, created for SuperMemo in the late 1980s, forms the basis of the spaced repetition methods employed in the program. Anki's implementation of the algorithm has been modified to allow priorities on ca ... Read »


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    • Asymptote (vector graphics language)


    • ATutor

    • ATutor is an Open Source Web-based Learning Content Management System (LCMS). ATutor is used in various contexts, including online course management, continuing professional development for teachers, career development, and academic research. The software is cited as unique for its accessibility features, (useful ... Read »


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    • Auto-Latex Equations

    • Auto-Latex Equations is a Google Docs add-on that allows any Google Docs user to type mathematical equations inside their documents. Auto-Latex Equations uses MathJax and LaTeX-style syntax and functions similar to the Art of Problem Solving math typesetting. It can be downloaded from the Google Docs Add-on Store for f ... Read »


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    • Basic-256

    • Basic-256

      Basic-256 is a project to learn the basics of computer programming. The project started in 2007 inspired by the article “Why Johnny can't code” by David Brin. Its main focus is to provide a simple and comprehensive environment for middle/high school students to learn the basics of computer programming. Basic ... Read »


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    • C.a.R.

    • C.a.R.

      C.a.R.– Compass and Ruler (also known as Z.u.L., which stands for the German "Zirkel und Lineal") — is a free and open source interactive geometry software that can do geometrical constructions in Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry. The software is Java based. The author is René Grothmann of the Catholic ... Read »


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    • Calligra Flow

    • Calligra Flow

      Calligra Flow (formerly Kivio) is free diagramming software that is a part of Calligra Suite, an integrated graphic art and office suite by KDE. Flow is a flowcharting and diagramming application for the Calligra Suite and has a user interface that is similar to Microsoft Visio. It is fully integrated into Calligr ... Read »


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    • Cantor (software)

    • Cantor

      Cantor is a free software mathematics application for scientific statistics and analysis. It is part of the KDE Software Compilation 4, and was introduced with the 4.4 release as part of the KDE Education Project's kdeedu package. Cantor is a graphical user interface that delegates its mathematical operations to one o ... Read »


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    • CaRMetal

    • CaRMetal

      CaRMetal is an interactive geometry program which inherited the C.a.R. engine. The software has been created by Eric Hakenholz, in Java. CaRMetal is free, under GNU GPL license. It keeps an amount of functionality of C.a.R. but uses a different graphical interface which purportedly eliminates some intermediate dialogs ... Read »


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    • Celestia

    • Celestia

      Celestia is a 3D astronomy program created by Chris Laurel. The program is based on the Hipparcos Catalogue (HIP) and allows users to travel through an extensive universe, modeled after reality, at any speed, in any direction, and at any time in history. Celestia displays and interacts with objects ranging in scale fro ... Read »


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    • Cerego

    • Cerego, LLC

      Cerego is an adaptive learning technology platform based on principles of neuroscience and cognitive science. Cerego’s patented technology uses the scientific method of spaced rehearsal as the basis for memory retention for content available via their website. Cerego has partnered and collaborated with various or ... Read »


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    • Chamilo

    • Chamilo

      Chamilo is a free software (under GNU/GPL licensing) e-learning and content management system, aimed at improving access to education and knowledge globally. It is backed up by the Chamilo Association, which has goals including the promotion of the software, the maintenance of a clear communication channel and the buil ... Read »


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    • Chemtool

    • Chemtool

      Chemtool is a free software program for drawing chemical structural formulas, written in C using GTK for Unix and Linux. ... Read »


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    • Claroline

    • Claroline

      Claroline is a collaborative eLearning and eWorking platform (learning management system) released under the GPL open-source license. It allows hundreds of organizations worldwide ranging from universities to schools and from companies to associations to create and administer courses and collaboration spaces over the w ... Read »


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    • CrypTool

    • CrypTool

      CrypTool is an open source project. Main result is the free e-learning software CrypTool illustrating cryptographic and cryptanalytic concepts. According to "Hakin9" CrypTool is worldwide the most widespread e-learning software in the field of cryptology. CrypTool implements more than 300 algorithms. Users can adjust ... Read »


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    • DrGeo

    • Dr. Geo

      GNU Dr. Geo is interactive geometry software that allows its users to design & manipulate interactive geometric sketches. It is free software (source code, translations, icons and installer are released under GNU GPL license), created by Hilaire Fernandes. It runs over a Morphic graphic system (which means that it runs ... Read »


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    • Edu-sharing

    • edu-sharing

      edu-sharing is an open source e-learning integration solution. The core of the system is a repository for the co-operative creation, management and usage of objects such as: files, links, instances of integrated tools and courses of connected learning management systems such as Moodle. edu-sharing is mainly in the ... Read »


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    • Edubuntu

    • Edubuntu

      Edubuntu, previously known as Ubuntu Education Edition, is an official derivative of the Ubuntu operating system designed for use in classrooms inside schools, homes and communities. Edubuntu has been developed in collaboration with teachers and technologists in several countries. Edubuntu is built on top of the Ubunt ... Read »


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    • ELML

    • eLML

      The eLesson Markup Language (eLML) is an open source XML framework for creating electronic lessons. It is a "spin-off" from the GITTA project, a Swiss GIS eLearning project, and was launched in spring 2004. The eLML project is hosted at Sourceforge. The aim of eLML was to offer authors a tool that ensured conformity to ... Read »


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    • Etoys (programming language)

    • Squeak (Morphic) Etoys is a child-friendly computer environment and object-oriented prototype-based programming language for use in education. Etoys is a media-rich authoring environment with a scripted object model for many different objects that runs on different platforms and is free and open source. Etoys de ... Read »


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    • Euphoria (programming language)

    • Euphoria

      Euphoria is a programming language originally created by Robert Craig of Rapid Deployment Software in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Initially developed (though not publicly released) on the Atari ST, the first commercial release was for the 16-bit DOS platform and was proprietary. In 2006, with the release of version 3, Eu ... Read »


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    • EXeLearning

    • eXeLearning

      eXeLearning is a free / libre software tool under GPL-2 that can be used to create educational interactive web content. eXeLearning can generate interactive contents in XHTML or HTML5 format. It allows you to create easily navigable web pages including text, images, interactive activities, image galleries or multimedi ... Read »


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    • FET (timetabling software)

    • FET Free Timetabling Software

      FET is a free and open-source time tabling app for automatically scheduling the timetable of a school, high-school or university. FET is written in C++ using the Qt cross-platform application framework. Initially, FET stood for "Free Evolutionary Timetabling"; as it is no longer evolutionary, the E in the middle can st ... Read »


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    • FlightPath (software)

    • FlightPath

      FlightPath is an open-source, web-based academic advising system designed for universities. Originally created by The University of Louisiana at Monroe, the software package was released as open-source on March 13, 2013. FlightPath is designed to facilitate more accurate advising sessions on campus, as well as provide ... Read »


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    • Flowgorithm

    • Flowgorithm is a graphical authoring tool which allows users to write and execute programs using flowcharts. The approach is designed to emphasize the algorithm rather than the syntax of a specific programming language. The flowchart can be converted to several major programming languages. Flowgorithm was created at Sa ... Read »


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    • Food Force 2

    • Food Force 2

      Food Force 2 is an educational game developed with an aim to defy the pedantic system followed in many countries and to help children explore the community, learn importance of food nutrition. It is a sequel to Food Force, a game developed by the United Nations World Food Programme. Food Force 2 is free software releas ... Read »


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    • Fresh Memory (software)

    • Shareware and Fresh Memory is a spaced repetition flashcard application, similar to SuperMemo. The study algorithm is based on the SM2 algorithm, created for SuperMemo in the late 1980s. The presented cards may include text and images. The cards are stored in an XML-based format, called dictionary files. The cards ... Read »


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    • GCompris

    • GCompris

      GCompris is a software suite comprising educational entertainment software for children aged 2 to 10. GCompris was originally written in C and Python using the GTK+ widget toolkit, but a rewrite in C++ and QML using the Qt widget toolkit is since early 2014 in process. GCompris is free and open-source software subject ... Read »


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    • Genius (mathematics software)

    • Genius (also known as the Genius Math Tool) is a free open-source numerical computing environment and programming language, similar in some aspects to MATLAB, GNU Octave, Mathematica and Maple. Genius is aimed at mathematical experimentation rather than computationally intensive tasks. It is also very useful as just a ... Read »


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    • Ghemical

    • Ghemical

      Ghemical is a computational chemistry software package written in C++ and released under the GNU General Public License. The program has graphical user interface based on GTK+2 and supports quantum mechanical and molecular mechanic models, with geometry optimization, molecular dynamics, and a large set of visualization ... Read »


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    • GNU Chess

    • GNU Chess

      GNU Chess is a free software chess engine which plays a full game of chess against a human being or other computer program. The goal of GNU Chess is to serve as a basis for research. It has been used in numerous research contexts. GNU Chess is free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v ... Read »


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    • GNU Octave

    • GNU Octave

      GNU Octave is software featuring a high-level programming language, primarily intended for numerical computations. Octave helps in solving linear and nonlinear problems numerically, and for performing other numerical experiments using a language that is mostly compatible with Matlab. It may also be used as a batch-orie ... Read »


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    • GNU Smalltalk

    • GNU Smalltalk

      GNU Smalltalk is an implementation of the Smalltalk programming language by the GNU Project. The implementation, unlike other Smalltalk environments, uses text files for program input and interprets the contents as Smalltalk code. In this way, GNU Smalltalk acts more like an interpreter rather than an environment in t ... Read »


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    • GnuLinEx

    • gnuLinEx

      gnuLinEx, or LinEx, is a Debian-based operating system that uses GNOME for its desktop. An initiative of the regional government of Extremadura, Spain, gnuLinEx is intended to be used in all schools in Extremadura, as well as in official institutions. It is actively promoted for business and home use as well. gnuLinEx ... Read »


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    • Gnuplot

    • gnuplot

      gnuplot is a command-line program that can generate two- and three-dimensional plots of functions, data, and data fits. It is frequently used for publication-quality graphics as well as education. The program runs on all major computers and operating systems (Linux, Unix, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and others). It is a ... Read »


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    • GraphCalc

    • GraphCalc

      GraphCalc is an open source computer program that runs in Microsoft Windows and Linux that provides the functionality of a graphing calculator. GraphCalc includes many of the standard features of graphing calculators, but also includes some higher-end features: GraphCalc was developed by Brendan Fields and Mike Arris ... Read »


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    • GRASS GIS

    • GRASS GIS

      Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (commonly termed GRASS GIS) is a geographic information system (GIS) software suite used for geospatial data management and analysis, image processing, producing graphics and maps, spatial and temporal modeling, and visualizing. It can handle raster, topological vector, imag ... Read »


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    • ILIAS

    • Elias (name, alternate spelling) ILIAS (Integriertes Lern-, Informations- und Arbeitskooperations-System [German for "Integrated Learning, Information and Work Cooperation System"]) is an open source web-based learning management system (LMS). It supports learning content management (including SCORM 2004 compliance) a ... Read »


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    • Impro-Visor

    • Impro-Visor

      Impro-Visor is an educational tool for creating and playing a lead sheet, with a particular orientation toward representing jazz solos. The philosophy of Impro-Visor is to provide a tool to help musicians construct jazz solos over chord progressions. It includes a database capability for creating, saving, and reca ... Read »


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    • Cinderella (software)

    • Cinderella is a proprietary interactive geometry software, written in Java programming language. Cinderella was initially developed by Jürgen Richter-Gebert and Henry Crapo and was used to input incidence theorems and conjectures for automatic theorem proving using the binomial proving method by Richter-Gebert. The ... Read »


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    • ITALC

    • iTALC

      iTALC (intelligently Teaching And Learning with Computer) is open source software used for managing classroom computers in Linux and Windows. iTALC enables teachers to remotely monitor and control students' computers. This allows the teacher to perform demonstrations, to close windows and to shut down the computer. Or ... Read »


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    • IUP Portfolio

    • The IUP Portfolio is an education platform for Swedish schools, focused around the students individual development plan and learning portfolio. It is released under the GNU General Public License. In 2006 the Swedish government created a new law. It said that every pupil in K-12 schools, has to have an individual ... Read »


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    • JASP

    • JASP

      JASP is a free and open-source graphical program for statistical analysis, designed to be easy to use, and familiar to users of SPSS. Additionally, JASP provides many Bayesian statistical methods. ... Read »


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    • JChemPaint

    • JChemPaint

      JChemPaint is computer software, an molecule editor and file viewer for chemical structures using 2D computer graphics. It is free and open-source software, released under a GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). It is written in Java and so can run on the operating systems Windows, macOS, Linux, and Unix. There is ... Read »


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    • Kalzium

    • Kalzium

      Kalzium (German for: Calcium) is a periodic table of the elements for KDE Software Compilation 4. KDE is an international free software community. This software contains information about 103 chemical elements, including mass, charge, picture, discovery information, chemical and energy data, and a model of the atom. T ... Read »


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    • KCalc

    • KCalc

      KCalc is the software calculator integrated with the KDE Software Compilation. In the default view it includes a number pad, buttons for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing, brackets, memory keys, percent, reciprocal, factorial, square, square root, and x to the power of y buttons. Additional buttons for sc ... Read »


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    • KDE Education Project

    • The KDE Education Project (or KDE-Edu project) develops free educational software based on the KDE technologies for students and parents. These educational software is translated into more than 65 languages, so that users can access them without any problems. The KDE-Edu project also provides free software educational ... Read »


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    • KEduca

    • KEduca is GPL (version 2), (free software license) educational software included with the KDE desktop environment. It includes a module for constructing and saving new tests, and a module for loading and running the tests. Images can be included in questions, questions can have multiple answers with different scores, a ... Read »


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    • KGeography

    • KGeography

      KGeography is a Free and open source educational software game that tests students geographical knowledge. It forms part of KDE SC 4. Current version ships with KDE Education Project 3.5. Browse the maps clicking in a map division to see its name. Every nation's flag and capital will be shown as well. Besides for edu ... Read »


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    • KHangMan

    • KHangMan is an educational computer game designed for young children based on the classic Hangman game. It is part of the KDE Software Compilation, specifically, in the kdeedu package. The application features four themes (sea, winter, bee, and desert). In the sea theme, each incorrect guess makes a lighthouse project ... Read »


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    • Kig (software)

    • Kig

      Kig is free and open-source interactive geometry software, which is part of the KDE Education Project. It has some facilities for scripting in Python, as well as the creating macros from existing constructions. Kig can import files made by DrGeo and Cabri Geometry as well as its own file format, which is XML-encod ... Read »


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    • Kiten (program)

    • Kiten

      Kiten is a Japanese Kanji learning tool and reference for the KDE Software Compilation, specifically, in the kdeedu package. It also works as a Japanese-to-English and English-to-Japanese dictionary. The user can input words into a search box, and all related Kanji are returned with their meaning and part of speech. Ka ... Read »


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    • Kiwix

    • Kiwix

      Kiwix is a free and open-source offline web browser created by Emmanuel Engelhart and Renaud Gaudin in 2007. It was first launched to allow offline access to , but has since expanded to include other projects from the as well as public domain texts from the Project Gutenberg. Available in more than 100 languages, Kiwi ... Read »


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    • KSEG (software)

    • KSEG

      KSEG is a free (GPL) interactive geometry software for exploring Euclidean geometry. It was created by Ilya Baran. It runs on Unix-based platforms, it also compiles and runs on Mac OS X and should run on anything that Qt supports, it was also ported to Microsoft Windows. KSEG is a tool designed to let you easily visua ... Read »


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    • KStars

    • KStars

      KStars is a planetarium program using the KDE Platform. It can be used on most Unix-like computer operating systems, as well as on the Microsoft Windows platform using 'KDE for Windows'. It provides an accurate graphical representation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. The display incl ... Read »


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    • KTouch

    • KTouch

      KTouch is a software application to learn and practice touch typing. It comes with courses for many different keyboard layouts across dozens of languages. KTouch keeps track of the user's progress. If the user completes a lesson well enough the next lesson will be unlocked. KTouch is user customizable. The user can se ... Read »


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    • KTurtle

    • KTurtle

      KTurtle is an educational programming environment for turtle graphics. It is released under the open source GNU General Public License and is part of the KDE SC 4. KTurtle has a built-in programming language that is loosely based on the Logo programming language. It is one of the few localized programming languages; th ... Read »


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    • KVerbos

    • KVerbos is a software program for computers. It is an educational program that helps people practice Spanish verbs. The program comes with a set of more than 9000 Spanish verbs and its conjugation. You can select the verbs and tenses you want to train. It is possible to train especially the irregular verbs or simply lo ... Read »


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    • KWordQuiz

    • KWordQuiz is a computer program designed to teach new vocabulary, which is integrally part of KDE Education Project, which is part of KDE. This program is available under GNU GPL licence. KWordQuiz use kvtml format. It supports all languages because it supports Unicode. KWordQuiz can help teach other subjects, such as ... Read »


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    • LabPlot

    • LabPlot

      LabPlot is a free software and cross-platform computer program for interactive scientific graphing and data analysis, written for the KDE desktop. It is similar to Origin and is able to import Origin's data files. LabPlot was initiated by Stefan Gerlach, a scientist and IT administrator at the University of Konstanz. ... Read »


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    • LAMS

    • LAMS

      LAMS, the Learning Activity Management System, is an open source Learning Design system for designing, managing and delivering online collaborative learning activities. It provides teachers with an intuitive visual authoring environment for creating sequences of learning activities. These activities can include a range ... Read »


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    • Elgg (software)

    • Elgg

      Elgg is open source social networking software that provides individuals and organizations with the components needed to create an online social environment. It offers blogging, microblogging, file sharing, networking, groups and a number of other features. It was also the first platform to bring ideas from commercial ... Read »


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    • Instructure

    • Instructure, Inc.

      Instructure is an educational technology company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the developer of the Canvas learning management system, which is a comprehensive cloud-native software package that competes with such systems as Blackboard Learning System, Moodle, D2L and Sakai Project. Instructure also developed Ca ... Read »


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    • LMMS

    • LMMS

      LMMS (formerly Linux MultiMedia Studio) is digital audio workstation software. When LMMS is executed on a computer with appropriate hardware, music can be produced by synthesizing sounds, arranging samples, playing on a MIDI keyboard, and combining the features of trackers, sequencers, and synthesizers. It supports Lin ... Read »


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    • Logisim

    • Logisim

      Logisim is a logic simulator which permits circuits to be designed and simulated using a graphical user interface. Released under the GNU Public License, Logisim is free software designed to run on the Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. Its code is Java using the Swing graphical user interface library. The pr ... Read »


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    • Logo (programming language)

    • Logo

      Logo is an educational programming language, designed in 1967 by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon. "Logo" is not an acronym. It was derived from the Greek logos meaning word or "thought" by Feurzeig, to distinguish itself from other programming languages that were primarily numbers, ... Read »


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    • Marble (software)

    • Marble

      Marble is a virtual globe application which allows the user to choose among the Earth, the Moon, Venus, Mars and other planets to display as a 3-D model. It is free software under the terms of the GNU LGPL, developed by KDE for use on personal computers and smart phones. It is written in C++ and uses Qt. Marble is int ... Read »


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    • Mathomatic

    • Mathomatic

      Mathomatic is a free, portable, general-purpose computer algebra system (CAS) that can symbolically solve, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, and can perform complex number, modular, and polynomial arithmetic, along with standard arithmetic. It does some symbolic calculus (derivative, extrema, Taylor s ... Read »


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    • Maxima (software)

    • Maxima

      Maxima is a computer algebra system based on a 1982 version of Macsyma. It is written in Common Lisp and runs on all POSIX platforms such as macOS, Unix, BSD, and Linux as well as under Microsoft Windows and Android. It is free software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Maxima is based on ... Read »


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    • Metacoon

    • metacoon framework

      metacoon is an Open Source platform that can be used for online learning, cooperative work and for the creation of learning material. The system offers the functionality of a Learning Management System. The developer team also offers tools for the creation of learning and knowledge content(e.g. QTIquestions and tests o ... Read »


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    • Mnemosyne (software)

    • Mnemosyne

      Mnemosyne (named for the Greek goddess of memory, Mnemosyne) is a line of spaced repetition software developed from 2003 until the present. Mnemosyne is written in Python, which allows for its use on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. A client program for review on Android devices is also available but needs ... Read »


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    • Moodle

    • Moodle

      Moodle is a free and open-source software learning management system written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Developed on pedagogical principles, Moodle is used for blended learning, distance education, flipped classroom and other e-learning projects in schools, universities, workplaces and ... Read »


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    • OLAT

    • OLAT

      OLAT has many features typical for e-learning platforms: As the strategic LMS of the University of Zürich, OLAT is continuously being developed. In the meantime, OLAT gains increasingly more attention, especially within the European higher education market. OLAT and the Sakai Project have very similar goals, bu ... Read »


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    • Open Roberta

    • Open Roberta is the name of a project within the German education initiative "Roberta—Learning with robots", initiated by Fraunhofer IAIS, which is an institute belonging to the Fraunhofer Society. With Open Roberta Fraunhofer IAIS is looking to encourage kids to code by using robots e.g. Lego Mindstorms, and othe ... Read »


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    • Open-Sankoré


    • OpenCards

    • OpenCards

      OpenCards is a free spaced repetition flashcard program. The software is similar to SuperMemo, Anki or Mnemosyne. The flashcards are saved as PowerPoint presentation files and may include text, images, sounds and LaTeX equations. The learning states are saved in hidden meta-data files in the same directory as the flas ... Read »


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    • Opencast Matterhorn

    • Opencast is a term to describe audio and video content, primarily in an academic context. It combines the terms "Open" for Open Source and/or Open Access and "Broadcast". The term has been coined in the context of the Opencast Community and the Opencast Matterhorn project. The Opencast Community was initiated by UC Be ... Read »


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    • OpenCourseWare

    • OpenCourseWare (OCW) are course lessons created at universities and published for free via the Internet. OCW projects first appeared in the late 1990s, and after gaining traction in Europe and then the United States have become a worldwide means of delivering educational content. The OpenCourseWare movement starte ... Read »


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    • OpenOLAT

    • OpenOLAT

      OpenOLAT is a web-based learning management system for teaching, education, assessment and communication. The name OpenOLAT stands for Open Online Learning And Training, highlighting its open source and online nature. OpenOLAT is open source software and is being developed by frentix GmbH since 2011. OpenOLAT is based ... Read »


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    • OpenSIS

    • openSIS is one of several free and open source student information system available to K-12 and higher education institutions. The solution has been in development for several years and appears to have much of the functionality that long time commercial versions have. The solution is a web-based application developed a ... Read »


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    • Pingus

    • Pingus

      Pingus is a free, open-source computer game inspired by Lemmings and created by Ingo Ruhnke. It is a video game clone of Lemmings and features penguins instead of lemmings. Work on the game began in 1998. The first post-GotM version 0.6 was released in 2003 for Linux featuring new levels and a level editor. On Feb ... Read »


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    • Pora Ora

    • Pora Ora is a series of educational games and apps for primary school children ages 5 to 12. Suitable for use at both school and home, kids can learn things like multiplication tables, mathematics, spelling, and more, while enjoying themselves with colourful games. Pora Ora is the first offering of Caped Koala Studios, ... Read »


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    • PSPP

    • PSPP

      PSPP is a free software application for analysis of sampled data, intended as a free alternative for IBM SPSS Statistics. It has a graphical user interface and conventional command-line interface. It is written in C and uses GNU Scientific Library for its mathematical routines. The name has "no official acronymic expan ... Read »


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    • QCad

    • QCAD - The Open Source CAD System For Everyone

      QCAD is a free computer-aided design (CAD) software application for 2D design and drafting. It is available for Linux, Apple OS X, Unix and Microsoft Windows. The QCAD GUI is based on the Qt framework. QCAD is released under the GNU General Public License. Precompiled packages are available for 32-bit and 64-bit GNU/L ... Read »


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    • Qimo 4 Kids

    • Qimo 4 Kids

      Qimo 4 Kids (pronounced "kim-oh", as in "eskimo") is a child-friendly desktop environment built entirely with free software. Qimo comes pre-installed with educational games for kids: TuxPaint, eToys, GCompris, Tuxmath, and Tuxtyping. Large colorful icons help young users navigate easily. It is "designed for early elem ... Read »


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    • Raptor (programming language)

    • RAPTOR

      RAPTOR, the Rapid Algorithmic Prototyping Tool for Ordered Reasoning, is a graphical authoring tool created by Martin C. Carlisle, Terry Wilson, Jeff Humphries and Jason Moore. The software is hosted and maintained by former US Air Force Academy and current Carnegie Mellon University professor Martin Carlisle. The sof ... Read »


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    • RasMol

    • RasMol

      RasMol is a computer program written for molecular graphics visualization intended and used mainly to depict and explore biological macromolecule structures, such as those found in the Protein Data Bank. It was originally developed by Roger Sayle in the early 1990s. Historically, it was an important tool for molecular ... Read »


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    • REPLAY (software)

    • REPLAY is a management system for audiovisual content developed at ETH Zurich. REPLAY was developed as the future Multimedia Portal of ETH Zurich within the scope of the ICT strategy 2006–2009 and got branded „REPLAY“ in 2007. It is to manage the audiovisual content of ETH Zurich from production to ... Read »


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    • SageMath

    • SageMath

      SageMath (previously Sage or SAGE, "System for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation") is mathematical software with features covering many aspects of mathematics, including algebra, combinatorics, numerical mathematics, number theory, and calculus. The first version of SageMath was released on 24 February 2005 as f ... Read »


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    • Sakai (software)

    • Sakai is a free, community source, educational software platform designed to support teaching, research and collaboration. Systems of this type are also known as Course Management Systems (CMS), Learning Management Systems (LMS), or Virtual Learning Environments (VLE). Sakai is developed by a community of academic inst ... Read »


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    • SchoolTool

    • SchoolTool

      SchoolTool is a GPL licensed, free student information system for schools around the world. The goals of the project are to create a simple turnkey student information system, including demographics, gradebook, attendance, calendaring and reporting for primary and secondary schools, as well as a framework for building ... Read »


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    • SciDAVis

    • SciDAVis

      SciDAVis (Scientific Data Analysis and Visualization) is an open-source cross-platform computer program for interactive scientific graphing and data analysis. Development started in 2007 as fork of QtiPlot, which in turn is a clone of the proprietary program Origin. SciDAVis can generate different types of 2D and ... Read »


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    • Scilab

    • Scilab

      Scilab is an open source, cross-platform numerical computational package and a high-level, numerically oriented programming language. It can be used for signal processing, statistical analysis, image enhancement, fluid dynamics simulations, numerical optimization, and modeling, simulation of explicit and implicit dynam ... Read »


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    • Scratch (programming language)

    • Scratch

      Scratch is a free visual programming language developed by the MIT Media Lab. Scratch is used by students, scholars, teachers, and parents to easily create animations, games, etc. It provides a stepping stone to the more advanced world of computer programming. It can also be used for a range of educational and entertai ... Read »


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    • Scratch Jr

    • ScratchJr is a visual programming language designed to introduce coding skills to children ages 5–7. By creating projects in ScratchJr, young children can learn to think creatively and reason systematically, despite not being able to read. It is available as a free app for iOS, Android and Chromebook. ScratchJr i ... Read »


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    • Scribus

    • Scribus

      Scribus /'scraibes/ is a desktop publishing (DTP) application, released under the GNU General Public License as free software. It is based on the free Qt toolkit, with native versions available for Unix, Linux, BSD, macOS, Haiku, Microsoft Windows, OS/2 and eComStation operating systems. Scribus is designed for layout ... Read »


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    • Skolelinux

    • Skolelinux/Debian-Edu is an operating system intended for educational use and a Debian Pure Blend. The free and open source software project was founded in Norway in 2001 and is by now being internationally developed. Its name is a direct translation of "school linux" from Norwegian, derived from the Latin word . ... Read »


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    • Smalltalk

    • Smalltalk

      Smalltalk is an object-oriented, dynamically typed, reflective programming language. Smalltalk was created as the language to underpin the "new world" of computing exemplified by "human–computer symbiosis." It was designed and created in part for educational use, more so for constructionist learning, at the Learni ... Read »


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    • Snap! (programming language)

    • Snap! (BYOB)

      Snap! is a free, blocks- and browser-based educational graphical programming language that allows students to create interactive animations, games, stories, and more, while learning about mathematical and computational ideas. Snap! was inspired by Scratch, but also targets both novice and more advanced students by incl ... Read »


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    • Squeak

    • Squeak

      The Squeak programming language is a dialect of Smalltalk. It is object-oriented, class-based, and reflective. It was derived directly from Smalltalk-80 by a group at Apple Computer that included some of the original Smalltalk-80 developers. Its development was continued by the same group at Walt Disney Imagineering, ... Read »


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    • Stellarium (software)

    • Stellarium

      Stellarium is an open-source free-software planetarium, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2, available for Linux, Windows and macOS. A port Stellarium called Stellarium Mobile is available for Android, iOS & Symbian as a paid version, being developed by Noctua Software. It uses OpenGL t ... Read »


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    • Step (software)

    • Step

      Step is an open source two-dimensional physics simulation engine that is included in the KDE SC as a part of KDE Education Project. It includes StepCore, a physical simulation library. The program was developed by Vladimir Kuznetsov and introduced in February 2007. It was released along with KDE 4.1. The program ... Read »


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    • SWAD (software)

    • SWAD

      SWAD (originally stood for "Sistema Web de Apoyo a la Docencia" in Spanish or "Web System for Education Support", currently stands for "Shared Workspace At a Distance") is a web application to manage the courses, students and teachers of one or more educational institutions. The first version of SWAD appeared in S ... Read »


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    • Turtle graphics

    • Turtle graphics is a term in computer graphics vector graphics using a relative cursor (the "turtle") upon a Cartesian plane. Turtle graphics is a key feature of the Logo programming language. The turtle has three attributes: a location, an orientation (or direction), and a pen. The pen, too, has attributes: color ... Read »


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    • Tux Paint

    • Tux Paint

      Tux Paint is a raster graphics editor (a program for creating and processing raster graphics) geared towards young children. The project was started in 2002 by Bill Kendrick who continues to maintain and improve it, with help from numerous volunteers. Tux Paint is seen by many as a free software alternative to Kid Pix, ... Read »


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    • Tux Typing

    • Tux Typing is a free and open source typing tutor created especially for children. It features several different types of game play, at a variety of difficulty levels. It is designed to be fun and to improve words per minute speed of typists. It is written in the C programming language and is available in the reposito ... Read »


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    • Tux, of Math Command

    • Tux, of Math Command

      Tux, of Math Command (TuxMath, for short) is an open source arcade-style video game for learning arithmetic, initially created for Linux. The game-play mechanic is based loosely on that of the arcade game Missile Command, but with comets falling on cities, rather than missiles. Like Missile Command, players attempt to ... Read »


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    • TuxMathScrabble

    • TuxMathScrabble

      TuxMathScrabble is a math version of the classic word game Scrabble (Trademark of Hasbro) which challenges kids to construct compound equations and to consider multiple abstract possibilities. TuxMathScrabble was originally developed for Linux, but much effort was subsequently put into making the game platform-independ ... Read »


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    • TuxWordSmith

    • TuxWordSmith

      TuxWordSmith is a multi-language word game similar to Scrabble in which users play against Tux, the Linux mascott. The game is distributed with over 80 language[i]-language[j] dictionaries courtesy of the xdxf project. Players take turns submitting words in language[i] and, if the word is valid (i.e. occurs within the ... Read »


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    • UberStudent

    • UberStudent

      UberStudent is a free and open-source computer operating system and collection of programs for everyone, especially higher education and secondary students, their teachers and schools, as well as researchers, knowledge workers, and lifelong learners. Dubbing itself "Linux for Learners", UberStudent describes itself as ... Read »


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    • UCBLogo

    • UCBLogo

      UCBLogo, also known as Berkeley Logo, is closest to a de facto standard Logo programming language with its facilities for handling lists, files, I/O, and recursion in scripts, and can be used to teach most computer science concepts, as UC Berkeley lecturer Brian Harvey did in his Computer Science Logo Style trilogy. Fo ... Read »


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    • Visual Logic

    • Visual Logic

      Visual Logic is a graphical authoring tool which allows students to write and execute programs using flowcharts. It is typically used in academics to teach introductory programming concepts. Other educational programming languages include: ... Read »


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    • XBlock

    • XBlock

      XBlock is the SDK for the edX MOOC platform, written in Python2, and announced and released publicly on March 14, 2013. It aims to enable the global software development community to participate in the construction of the edX educational platform and the next generation of online and blended courses. Documentation ... Read »


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    • XBoard

    • XBoard

      XBoard is a graphical chessboard for the X Window System. It is developed and maintained as free software by the GNU project. WinBoard is a port of XBoard to run natively on Microsoft Windows. Originally developed by Tim Mann, these programs are compatible with various chess engines that support the such as GNU C ... Read »


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    • Xplanet

    • Xplanet is a renderer for planetary and solar system images, capable of producing various types of graphics depicting the solar system. It is normally used to create computer wallpapers, which may be updated with the latest cloud maps or the regions of Earth which are in sunlight. Xplanet can be used to produce pr ... Read »


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