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Old 08-02-2010, 04:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Linux Learning - Taking a Step Forward

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While attending the 2010 Linux Against Poverty event, I was approached by Dr. Neal Scogin. Dr. Scogin resides in College Station Texas and made the trip to Austin to talk to me about one of his most important projects. Neal knows what many of us know...through the slow but steady processes already in place, Linux as a desktop will become an important part of the educational experience. The operating system has become fully functional but much of the educational software as it applies to Linux itself is lacking. What Neal sees as a critical need, is a way to teach kids about their Linux system. What better way than through a game?



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