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Education Miscellaneous Materials
Here we list various kinds of materials that we use in the Education section of this website, such as pictures, videos, transcriptions and subtitles in various languages, and similar.
The license of images and audio can be found by following the links to the pages where they are included. For videos, the license is stated in the video itself.
Pictures
Case Studies
Ambedkar Community Computer Center (AC3) Bangalore, India
RMS with Indian youth, jpeg 97 KB, 400 KB
Vocational Higher Secondary School Irimpanam (VHSS Irimpanam)
Resistance
Remote Education: My Children's Freedom and Privacy at Stake
Software
Tux Paint
GCompris
Videos
Richard Stallman's video on Education
Original version in Spanish without subtitles, 20.7 MB.
  Other versions with embedded subtitles in the following languages:
How GIMP Changed Mani's Life - We Use GNU/Linux
Freedom in Practice at Irimpanam School
Original version in Malayalam without subtitles, 107 MB.
  Other versions with embedded subtitles in the following languages:
Video Transcriptions and Descriptions
Transcriptions of Richard Stallman's video on education
Albanian | Dutch | English | French | German | Italian | Portuguese (Brazilian) | Spanish |
Descriptions of the video “How GIMP Changed Mani's Life - We Use GNU/Linux”
Croatian | English | French | Portuguese (Brazilian) |
Video Subtitles in SubRip Format
Subtitles for Richard Stallman's video on education
Albanian | Dutch | English | French | German | Italian | Portuguese (Brazilian) | Spanish |
Subtitles for the video “Freedom in Practice at Irimpanam School”
Albanian | English | French | Portuguese (Brazilian) |
Audio
Pronunciation in Malayalam of autochthonous flowers
Education
Main page
Case studies
Argentina
India
Resources
Educational Software
Groups & projects
Free learning resources
Resistance
Successful resistance
Online teaching
FAQ
Our team
In depth
Why educational institutions should use and teach free software
Why schools should exclusively use free software
The education system in India
DRM in school eBooks: When life imitates dystopian stories
Miscellaneous materials
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