[kde-edu]: Q: Optimal framework for vocabulary+sound
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Sat Sep 15 12:40:10 CEST 2007
A Dissabte 15 Setembre 2007, Markus Büchele va escriure:
> I think that Parley is going to be an excellent programme in the near
> future - much more usable than KVocTrain.
> Nevertheless, if there parents want a Kanagram-like user interface, perhaps
> JClic would be a better choice. It's a java based GPL-licensed learning
> programme for children which was developed in Catalonia a is available for
> Linux as well.
> Screenshot (even one with a Linux System):
> Does anyone see a possibility of migrating it into kde-edu?
Well, it's Java based, so does not make sense inside kde-edu, unless we can
convince them KDE is much better than Java as a platform and they do the port
(with us helping that's it)
> My children are using this programme and what they like is that it links
> pictures and spoken words. That's perhaps just what these parents need?
> Am Freitag 14 September 2007 23:38:48 schrieb RalfGesellensetter:
> > Dear list,
> > there is a question on our German Debian-Edu list: some parents plan to
> > create freely available vocabulary for their kids (3rd form/primary
> > school), including artwork and pronounciation (sound files).
> > They ask for an easy to use data base - and tend to reject KVocTrain
> > (KDE 3.5 version) for design reason (it doesn't support sound files
> > anyway). I think what they are looking for is rather a frontend like
> > Kanagram's.
> > What is your advice?
> > Thanks
> > Ralf
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