Do also have a project colecting "discarded" computers
and passing them onto people in need? (Our user group had a project "Computers for
charities" to collect, refurbish and donate old computers to needy
people/organisations. It was very popular).regardsharsha godavari
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From: Raghavendra Kamath <raghu(a)raghukamath.com>
To: GNU/Linux Users Group, Mumbai, India <linuxers(a)mm.ilug-bom.org.in>
Sent: Wed, 22 Aug 2018 23:02:43 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Re: [ILUG-BOM] Comprehensive list of open source education tools
On Thursday 23 August 2018 9:12:12 AM IST Rushabh Mehta wrote:
Is there a comprehensive list of F/OSS education tools and games?
As a part of our ILUG-BOM activities targeted towards education we had made a
small list of software that we could include in our customized ISO for
schools, you can download the list from this link:
This is not a complete list there are many other educational software, you can
find some in Debian Edu , and also in KDE Education Section.
There is also a collaborative textbooks initiative by KDE, wikimedia and
others called - wikitolearn, it is pretty nascent.
Our Central Govt. also has produced some textbooks for CBSE, the topics are
all based on F/LOSS tools. You can also download these from the website.
There are also textbooks from Kerala board, which can be downloaded, Milind
Sir had collected them.