Xournal is a note taking program that I've been using on Linux for several years and has finally been ported to Windows. This is great for those of us that work in hybrid environments. Thanks Dirk for posting your work and thanks Denis for making Xournal. Here are the directions of what Dirk did to get Xournal working on windows (http://dirkgerrits.com/2009/10/28/xournal-on-windows/). Now you can download the binary and simply extract the zip archive and double click the exe to run. I didn't even have to install it (download Xournal). Xournal is similar to Microsoft Windows Journal or to other alternatives such as Jarnal, Gournal, and NoteLab.
I quickly test the software on Windows Vista and the PDF annotation and export appear to work fine. It even opened the annotations that I made in Linux and stored in my DropBox. This is great since I've been wanting to be able to open my files at school from home and vice-versa.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Sunday, May 15, 2011
A few facts about ASchool.us/math
- Students have answered over 920,000 math fact questions since ASchool.us/math Facts was launched in January 1, 2009.
- 9 students have solved over 20,000 problems.
- The average student has solved 5,701 problems.
- 2010-2011 school year statistics
- 106 students solved over 477,572 problems during the school year.
- One student has solved over 23,000 problems during the school year.
- 11 students solved over 10,000 problems.
- The average student solved 4823 problems.
- 8 locations that are actively using ASchool.us/math
- Spangle, Washington
- Caldwell, Idaho
- Anchorage, Alaska
- Fairbanks, Alaska
- Palmer, Alaska
- Dillingham, Alaska
- Juneau, Alaska
- Sitka, Alaska