LiveCode Player for 5.5
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Mar 28 17:10:00 EDT 2012
I've been in computer labs where computers wouldn't have an (accessible) CD-rom drive or USB port. Computers in offices may not allow limited users to start an exe that's not installed in the programmes folder on the network.
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On 28 mrt 2012, at 22:55, Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have read the messages in this thread and please, correct me
> if I understand wrong:
> 1) Too many students and teachers are too "inexperienced" (not dumb)
> to use the available computer educational tools in their institution.
> 2) Most of the digital educational applications aim to teach using only
> the lower (or lowest) skills available to all participants.
> Surely, I am interpreting all this information in the wrong way because
> my conclusion is that education (as described here) is effectively dumbing
> all the participants (teachers and students alike).
> How many of you are aware that you could run Livecode (including all
> externals and Quicktime) from a Portable device as a USB pendrive
> or Secure Digital Card or even from media as a Rewritable CD or DVD?
> No plugin or installation. Just click and run:
> In this computer lab:
> the IT manager used Metacard Free Starter Kit to create exams
> that students run from a CD. He opened the exam (a stack), take out
> the CD and repeat the procedure in each machine. In this way, the exams
> only runs in RAM and the students could not copy or save to the
> computer. It works fine for him for many years...
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