Aussie pupils prove value of getting in Kahootz

13th June 2003 at 01:00
Visitors to a creativity event run by Bristol's Nesta Futurelab earlier this year were amazed at a display of work produced by children in Australian schools. The work was created using Kahootz software, a set of CD-Rom multimedia authoring tools that can create visually stunning 3D environments. A showcase their work is on display at Kahootz's website.

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