Educational Tablet PC Goodies

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 19 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

I’m actually not quite sure how I found this link. I think it was in one the handful of blogs I read. In any event, Microsoft has released a free Education Pack for the Tablet PC. Incremental Blogger reports that it comes with:

* Equation Writer–Converts your handwritten equations to typewritten images.
* GoBinder Lite–Keep track of your schedule with this planner.
* Hexic – MSN game that’s Tablet enhanced
* Ink Flash Cards–Create flash cards to help you learn facts or study for an exam.
* Send to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003–Print web pages, pictures and other files to OneNote so you can annotate them.

I actually remember looking for a flash card program last year and not finding one I liked. So I’m pumped to try it out. I’m also looking forward to seeing what the Go Binder Lite is all about. I currently use Outlook because it lets me sync with my SPOT watch. I currently use the Windows Journal program to markup files, so it should be nice to keep them all in OneNote.

The price also isn’t too bad either, can’t really beat $0.00.