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GeoGebra goes Web, Touch, and 3D

Today, we have released our new GeoGebra Chrome App and GeoGebra Web App including a brand-new user interface that works great both with Touch and Mouse, so you can use it on laptops, desktops and tablets all the great features you know from our

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GeoGebra goes 3D

Phew! We’ve had to rewrite pretty much the whole of GeoGebra to achieve this, and we’ve had to do this while doing other cool things like HTML5 & the CAS View but finally we’re ready to release GeoGebra 5 with 3D.

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Faster, Smaller GeoGebra Applets

We were very pleased with how the switch to HTML5 on GeoGebraTube went at the end of last year, and with how the community responded by helping each other to sort out the minor changes from our Java to HTML5

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Tablet apps, take 2

The latest update of our tablet apps brings the following new features: New tools: area, length, slope, circle with point and radius, angle with given size, segment with given length Increased font size, bigger sliders Support for right-to-left languages Decreased

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GeoGebra Ambassador #11

Who are you, what are you doing? My name is Agustin Carrillo de Albornoz Torres and I am a Secondary School Mathematics Professor. At present I am working at the University of Cordoba (Spain), I am the director of GeoGebra Institute in

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Help us show us the the Impact of GeoGebra

GeoGebra friends, You know yourself how good GeoGebra is, and so do the millions of users. But we are trying to go further. We wish to collect hard evidence on the impact of GeoGebra. This may come from activities you

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GeoGebra 20-20 STEM Challenge: Call for New Interns and Mentors!

Tran Minh Phuc and Bence Karpati have successfully graduated their Geogebra Internship.Following a presentation with Milestone students in Budapest GeoGebra offices at the end of last year, we agreed a challenge  to identify and put together new and existing best

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Google Education on Air GeoGebra hangouts

Today is the last episode of the Google Education on Air hangout series. If you missed the episodes, you can watch them on YouTube, or embedded here. 1) EDU ON AIR – Introduction to GeoGebra Chrome App Recorded in Las

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GeoGebra in Venezuela (TEM Group)

Today let us present you the impressive story of the TEM (Technology in Mathematics Education) Group from the Faculty of Education and Humanities at the University of Zulia (LUZ), Maracaibo, Venezuela. Juan Luis Prieto, Rafael Luque and a few other

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ORBIT: New deadline for submission: 18th February 2013

Last chance to submit your primary mathematics activity for a chance to win University of Cambridge prizes & certificates and have your activity posted on a high profile educational website! Members of the GeoGebra community will vote for the top

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