LOGO is the computer language designed for learning, Here are MicroWorlds projects you can run from your browser links to other LOGO sites, books and other information teachers, parents and kids will find informative and fun.
If you are new to LOGO you should visit
What is Logo? by the Logo Foundation
Why Use Logo? An Overview of Logo in Education by Terrapin Software
Note: These documents will open in a new browser window.
- The Logo Users Ring.
The Logo Users Ring is a webring of sites dedicated to the Logo programming
- Logo Foundation
If you arrived here by following their link you know what their site
is all about. If you arrived here via some other route then you should
check their site out. It's a good place to order software and books, to
get general information about logo plus they have a lot of great links.
(Hey, they linked here right!)
StarLogo is a specialized version of the Logo programming
language. It is a programmable modeling environment for
exploring the workings of decentralized systems -- systems that
are organized without an organizer, coordinated without a
coordinator. With StarLogo, you can model (and gain insights
into) many real-life phenomena, such as bird flocks, traffic jams,
ant colonies, and market economies. Turtles, Termites, and Traffic Jams by Mitchel Resnick the developer of StarLogo makes a great introduction to and user manual for StarLogo.
George Mills' wonderful WIN95 port of Brian Harvey's UCBLogo.
Full featured Logo plus the ability to create Windows from within Logo. Oh and by the way its free.
- Going in Circles
A way to think about circles. Requires the plug-in from LCSI.
- Logo list server
The Logo disscussion group is now located at yahoo grpups.
To join visit the site.