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LibreLogo – turtle vector graphics for everybody

LibreLogo adds a simple localized programming interface to the vector graphics of LibreOffice. The presentation shows multiple applications of LibreLogo in education and graphic design.

Laszlo Nemeth
17.Oct.2012 from 17:00 to 18:00
60 minutes

Details of the Talk

LibreLogo was originally indented as a portable, open source alternative of the closed source, platform-dependent Logo programming environments used in Hungarian elementary schools, but based on LibreOffice and Python, it combines the learning of basic computer science with practical office suite skills, vector image handling and word processing for education, also it can be a useful tool for graphic design. Features:

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