Software Offering Links

Learning in the Palm of your hand

Center for Highly Interactive Computing in Education (Hi-CE) at the University of Michigan
The folks from Hi-CE have developed a collection of Palm applications for the classroom along with instructions for each. http://www.handheld.hice-dev.org/

Palm OS Emulator

Palm, Inc.
Used by developers this emulator is software that emulates the hardware of the various models of PalmĘPowered handhelds. It is extremely valuable for writing, testing and debugging applications. Create "virtual" handhelds by running the Emulator on Windows, MacOS, or Unix computers. http://www.palmos.com/dev/tools/emulator/

Geney

Simon Fraser University
Geney is a collaborative problem solving application to help children explore genetics concepts. It is designed to simulate the breeding of a species across a distributed population. The goal of the game is to breed a specific creature. The technology encourages players to collaborate and share knowledge in order to complete the task. http://geney.juxta.com/game.cfm

Explore Software

PalmSpot, Inc.
Explore more applications! Browse through our directory of over 2,200 freeware, shareware, and commercial applications that are ready to run on your Palm device! http://www.palmspot.com/software/

MemoWare™

MemoWare is a unique collection of thousands of documents (databases, literature, maps, technical references, lists, etc.) specially formatted to be easily added to your PalmOS device, Psion PDA, TI Avigo, or WinCE device. The documents available here come in a variety of formats and cover a wide range of topics. Unless otherwise mentioned, all documents are free for your use -- however, a very few are shareware. http://www.memoware.com/

Ecological FootPrint Calculator (EFC)

KidSolve™, Inc.
KidSolve is developing free Palm Software in conjunction with The Concord Consortium. The Ecological Footprint Calculator is a tool that enables students to calculate their own ecological footprint, and to visualize their footprint in various ways. EFC, and the soon to be released What If Builder (WIB), were both originally developed through Concord's Education for a Sustainable Future (ESF). http://www.kidsolve.com/products/index.html