What is Pavlov?
We've all made decks of flashcards and slogged through them to study (oftentimes boring) material. Wouldn't it be great if the flashcards magically shuffled themselves to optimize your study time? Wouldn't it be great if they sung to you and danced and entertained you while you studied?
This is Pavlov - efficient, entertaining study.
Pavlov uses easy-to-write "pluglets" for feedback mechanisms (entertainment) and question choice strategies (efficiency). Just pop a new pluglet in the right directory to expand your Pavlov universe.
PAVLOV 1.1.2 Now Available
(30 Jun 04) Download the latest version of Pavlov and enjoy -- it's FREE SOFTWARE. New features include:
If you murder a test using Pavlov, please drop us a note! If you like the program, please rate it at freshmeat.net.
165,000 Language Questions Now Available
The Pavlov Project, with help from The JDict project and the European software company Majstro Aplikajoj are pleased to provide a set of huge language learning question books. These books are "bidirectional," so that, for example, the "English/French" book could be used by an English speaker to learn French or a French speaker to learn English. The files can be downloaded at the Pavlov Project Page.
A much larger set of books should be available in September 2004. All books are in XML/Unicode format and distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Where's The Project Manager?
The Pavlov Project Manager, T.J. Willis, will be in the Indian Ocean, probably completely cut off from the Internet until Feb 2006 Direct emails will almost certainly not be answered during this time. Questions may be sent to the Pavlov Developer's Mailing List firstname.lastname@example.org.