on Mon, Mar 15, 2004 at 04:21:38PM -0500, Omar Olivos (email@example.com) wrote: > Hi, > > I am working on a presentation for schools on the possibilities of Open > source Software in Education from the technical and educational point of > view. My idea is to try to explain --based on my limited experience-- on > how to implement OSS in schools. I will talk about Linux Terminal > Server, which I think is great, Samba, Open Office, among other > possibilities. I've been preparing a presentation along similar lines, currently posted for review at: http://linuxmafia.com/~karsten/LIE-Presentation.sxi Note that I'd prefer this not be distributed/published yet as I'm still working on it and have some art issues. I'd welcome comments/feedback/suggestions. The text and overall structure may be used freely w/o restrictions. Ditto the master layout (if you like it). It's large, ~50+ slides, 2MB+, and growing. More something you'd pick bits from to use than present in one sitting. > Have you got any ideas that can help me? > > I'm also planning on giving out copies of K12LTSP, OpenOffice, OpenCD, > etc. Knoppix and GNUWin II are highly recommended. Knoppix for Kids is also good, though dated (about a year old). I've got a spool or more of Knoppixen to distribute shortly. Peace. -- Karsten M. Self <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://kmself.home.netcom.com/ What Part of "Gestalt" don't you understand? A few years ago you could buy a CD, knowing that it was a standard product... Now, you...find that you can play it in your hi-fi, but not in your car. Next time, you're not going to make that mistake, you'll just log on to Kazaa and download an MP3. -- Pete Chown, on why DRM promotes piracy.
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