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Had to do some research on free Genogram software, and thought I’d share a couple of programs here. Genograms are essentially family trees with metadata about relationships between people. The software does a great job with making family trees, and … Continue reading
Looking for a particular type of software, and thinking that you would like to see what open source options are out there? openDesktop.org describes itself as “a network of portals and community websites for open source and free software projects” … Continue reading
The Annenberg Media website at learner.org is a resource that offers on-demand streaming video for “schools, colleges, libraries, public broadcasting stations, public access channels, and other community agencies”. These are top-notch programs, several which I recognize as having been used … Continue reading