[olpc-nz] Sugar in the south
rekrapenator at gmail.com
Tue May 24 03:10:40 EDT 2011
Thanks Tim - a couple of questions on behalf of the students - ages 10-12.
How do we add applications of our choice (or is this really complicated) -
the students really like the physics programme on Mirabelle but on the later
live XO there are more applications but no Mirabelle - we would like the
best of both worlds?
.....and is it possible to change the setup default from German keyboard -
one less instruction?
Can we save documents or settings - we are running live cds in 256mb ram
computers, removed hds and disconnected floppy drives - USB stick?
On 24 May 2011 13:27, Tim McNamara <mcnamara.tim at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Nathan, thanks for the query. I've been tracking your interest in the
> Sugar Learning Platform on the MLE list.
> Your students are welcome to ask questions here if they're willing.
> I think your school is the earliest adopter in New Zealand. Although, I
> think Tim Kong from Seatoun School has also dabbled with Sugar. If you have
> any ideas on how to outreach to more educators, let me know. I didn't want
> schools to think that I was selling them a product. I'm more interested in
> Sugar because it's useful.
> Tim McNamara
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> On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 8:04 PM, nathaN P <rekrapenator at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi - I have some students years 5-8 interested in using live Sugar disks
>> on retired computers.
>> 2 of these students are keen to learn more - I have limited knowledge to
>> Are there any other schools using Sugar we could connect up with to give
>> us some guidance.
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