EduApps: it's the environment, stupid

Martin Hawksey, Kenji Lamb, Craig Mill, Sarah Price, Association for Learning Technology, Jul 25, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

EduApps is a set of tools installed on a USB drive that allows students to have assistive technologies available to them on any computer. "EduApps extends the AccessApps philosophy of free portable software in your pocket to include bundles of applications specifically designed for teachers 'TeachApps' and learners 'LearnApps'. Currently we host over 90 open source and freeware software applications which can be entirely used from a USB stick on a Windows computer." Here is the full list of apps.
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