Category Archives: Open Source

Open Source (and really all “opens”) are of interest to me, philosophically as well as practically when it comes to education

Making Transana work on Ubuntu

Transana is a fantastic open source software for transcribing and categorizing qualitative empirical material such as interviews and video. And it actually works fairly well on Linux. Here I will describe how to make it work in Ubuntu good enough … Continue reading

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The UTEPia empire fell…

.. or not empire, but empirical base at least. I had scheduled for a in service distance training course for teachers where they would be testing, experimenting and along with me, develop the usb disk. Now I just received news … Continue reading

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