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I am involved in a multiple intelligences camp this summer and my role is to introduce students to interesting, useful, educational software. It must be open source/free so that students can use it at home without incurring any cost. So far I have: Audacity Google SketchUp Windows movie maker (not free but loaded on just about every PC) We are a PC environment and, as such, are limited to applications that run on these machines. Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks, Russ