- Electric Fields Visualization Python
- This is educational software that demonstrates the field and fluxlines for electric charge particles.
- FET is free software (using heuristic algorithms) for automatically generating the timetable of a school, high-school or university.
- Gretools is a vocabulary building tool for GNOME. It is a fun and efficient way to learn words. It uses a modified version of the word list at http://pllab.kaist.ac.kr/~gladius/gre/, which has about 4000 words. Gretools consists of a synonym quiz and a word guessing game. It also allows you to look up words. It automatically remembers the words that gave you difficulty, and lets you revise them. You can set a filter to restrict the space of words used for practice. It is particularly useful for preparing for word tests.
- iGNUit is a memorization aid based on the Leitner flashcard system. It has a GNOME look and feel, a good selection of quiz options, and supports UTF-8. Cards can include embedded audio, images, and mathematical formulae (via LaTeX). iGNUit can import and export several file formats, including CSV. iGNUit can be used for both long-term learning and cramming.
- 'KLearningAid' pops up kvtml file items on the desktop. Using KWordQuiz or FlashKard, produce kvtml files and load them into Klaid. It will grab all complete n x m related items (e.g. "Question" and "Answer", or "Word A" and "Word B") and display them periodically as PopUps on the your desktop. It is like someone is sitting behind you making sure you know all the terms for your next exam or test while surfing the web, coding, or whatever.
- Kana no quiz
- Kana no quiz is a little educational tool to memorize Japanese kana (hiragana & katakana) pronouncing in an easy fashion. This free/libre software is written in Python and is cross-platfrom (working both on Unices and Windows using different default interface). It features several ways and many options to either teach the complete beginner or test the wizard skill on kana recognition and pronoucing. Progressively, a great part of the Japanese writing (excepted Kanji) becomes phoneticaly readable to the foreign student, which is a first step into the learning of the language.
- Kurso de Esperanto
- Kurso de Esperanto is a multimedia computer program for teaching yourself Esperanto.
- Lavengro is a vocabulary test engine that uses text files as its tests. The user creates the tests themselves. It has a tutor mode, a test mode, and a CBT learning mode. Both versions (Lavengro in the console, Lavengro_B in the browser) have an automated installation program for GNU/Linux, but Lavengro is OS-neutral and can be used anywhere Python is supported.
- linSmith is a Smith charting program mainly designed for educational use. As such, there is an emphasis on capabilities that improve the 'showing the effect of'-style of operation. Users can enter either discrete components or transmission lines, then see the results on screen or generate Postscript output. Component values can be changed numerically or using scrollbars. Problems can be solved on-screen, and high-quality Postscript can be output for publication.
Its features include
- Definition of multiple load impedances (at different frequencies)
- Addition of discrete (L, C and transformer) and line components (open and closed stubs)
- Connection in series and parallel
- A 'virtual' component switches from impedance to admittance to help understand parallel components
- Charts that work in real impedances (not normalized ones)
- Generates a 'log' file with textual results at each intermediate step
- Stores load and circuit configuration separately, permitting several solutions without re-defining the other.
- Manhali is a free, open source Learning Management System (LMS). It is installable and multi-language. Licensed under the GNU-GPL 3 and written in PHP and MySQL. Manhali can track and evaluate learners' behavior and learning styles by clustering all learners in profiles (A, B, C, D and E) according to their behavior on the platform to allow educators to personalize courses for each profile.
Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the page “GNU Free Documentation License”.
The copyright and license notices on this page only apply to the text on this page. Any software or copyright-licenses or other similar notices described in this text has its own copyright notice and license, which can usually be found in the distribution or license text itself.