What a year it’s been for GeoGebra!
- There were three International GeoGebra Conferences in 2010
3 million netbooks with GeoGebra were given to students in Argentina. Similar projects are running in Australia and Europe.
GeoGebra was part of Google Summer of Code 2010
24 new GeoGebra Institutes in all continents (except Antartica)
3.8 Million Downloads of GeoGebra this year
5 Million Visitors to www.geogebra.org this year. This means up to 33,000 visits per day or 170,000 visits per week
Our visitors came from 217 countries and territories. Most visitors came from Europe and North America
- GeoGebra received the National Technology Leadership Award in Education
I am so pleased to be a part of bringing this software to the public’s attention. GeoGebra is the kind of thing that I wish I’d had when going through middle/high school, to say nothing of college. To me, it’s an elegant, simple to use interface between me and the beauty and structure of mathematics. Whenever I share GeoGebra with people, they invariably are amazed, stunned, and lastly thankful, that they can control the creation of such works of math/art.
If you have not yet worked with this fabulous software, please make a point of visiting the GeoGebra website, where the Mathemagic begins.
Here’s the page with all this information and more.