Research Versions of Logo
Scratch is a
programming language that makes it easy to create your
own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and
art -- and share your creations on the web
Your Own Blocks)
is an advanced
offshoot of Scratch.
stands for "Educational Logo Interface
for Creative Activities." It is a direct descendant of
is a free
implementation of Logo for Windows based on
is a free version of the programming language Logo and a promoter of
its educational philosophy.
by George Mills is built on the core of UCBLogo. It includes multimedia
and other capabilities that are possible in the the Windows
environment. A French adaptation of MSWLogo is available from MSWLOGO
multi-agent programmable modeling
environment inspired by the orginal StarLogo.
is a free
version of Logo in French.
by Richard Embry is designed for use on the World Wide Web.
was developed by a team led by Mitchel Resnick at the MIT Media Lab.
You can download
both a Macintosh version and a newly released Java implementation that
is suitable for PCs. There is also an active StarLogo project at Northwestern
is The Next
Generation of StarLogo. It brings
with it several advances - 3D graphics and sound, a blocks-based
programming interface, and keyboard input - that make it a great tool
for programming educational video games.
is written by Timothy J. Lipetz. It works on Palm III and Palm V hand
is a full-featured version of Logo was developed by Brian
Harvey and his students at the
University of California at Berkeley.