From: Eric Brown <ericbrown mi-spot com>
To: 'Support list for opensource software in schools.' <k12osn redhat com>
Subject: RE: [K12OSN] Re: AR/STAR Take XXXXXVI (give or take a few)
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 21:52:59 -0600
I've thought just this same thing.
My idea was to get questions submitted from teachers. It would start slowly
at first, but as K12LTSP/Linux usage grows, more might be willing to
contribute. It would be too much work for say a dozen people to contribute
questions for several thousand books, but if we could eventually get several
thousand teachers to cover a dozen books.
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Of John Baillie
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 9:27 PM
To: k12osn redhat com
Subject: [K12OSN] Re: AR/STAR Take XXXXXVI (give or take a few)
Don't get me started :-/
We ended up installing a Windows Terminal Server to provide Renaissance
I've had some communication with codeweavers recently and they were
ready to start porting it to their product but there was not enough
interest to make it worth their while. Also Renlearn is in the process
of moving all products to their Renaissance Place software model.
Chances are the old products will be shelved over the next few years.
Honestly, building an OSS interface and DB back end for what I'd like to
"Everyone Reads!" is very doable. It's the test bank that is the real
It would take quite an initiative to get enough volunteers to build up a
test bank to make such an undertaking worthwhile.
So there it is, my semi annual AR gripe session.
3. AR/STAR Take XXXXXVI (give or take a few) (Jeff Davis)
I'm sure this has been asked and/or answered here before - Can k12ltsp
allow the linux terminals to run AR/STAR via wine or ??? This would be
part one of a two part holy grail. The other would be MS Access (yuck).
Jefferson K. Davis
Technology and Information Systems Manager
Standard School District
1200 North Chester Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93308
661-392-2110 ext 120
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