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Re: [school-discuss] Tegrity information or experiences?

I, too, am very interested in comments on this topic. Some on our campus are pushing to "try" Tegrity, and I'm arguing for an open source approach.

Alan E. Davis wrote:


What can I do with GNU/Linux Free/OpenSource software that parallels Tegrity? Have any GNU/Linux educators been able to work with Tegrity? I am attending a workshop on distance learning, and find it difficult to stomach the requirement to use MS Windows or Mac.

Also, what equivalent solutions have been worked up using Free/Open Source software and hardware solutions?

Alan Davis
Kagman High School
Saipan, N. Mariana Islands.


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