LogiCola is a program to help students learn logic.
It was last modified on 15 August 2015, and now works well on Windows 10.
You can run it on Windows, Macintosh, or Linux.
To install LogiCola in Windows:CLICK HERE
After you click, you'll be asked: Do you want to RUN or SAVE this file? Click RUN; and keep insisting, if asked, that yes you do want to run this file. You may have to click your way around dire warnings about this being an unknown program that may harm your computer. Soon this dialog box will appear:
If you installed to your flash drive, open it using MY COMPUTER so you can get to the LogiCola icon.
If you installed to your computer, the icon will be on your desktop or Start menu/page program list.
TOUCHSCREENS AND TABLETS: You can do LogiCola using only touch, or using mouse-and-keyboard. LogiCola works nicely on Window tablets.
CLOUD SYNC: If you want to install LogiCola on multiple computers (not on a flash drive) and keep LogiCola scoring and configuration data in sync on all these computers, install a free Dropbox on each computer's desktop and turn on Cloud Sync using LogiCola's OPTIONS menu.
Cloud sync uses Dropbox. Click here to get free 2-GB cloud storage.
FURTHER UPDATES: If LogiCola is updated, you can repeat the setup process to update your program. But it's easier for you to update using TOOLS | UPDATE LOGICOLA on LogiCola's menu bar. Updating either way preserves your scores.
NON-WEB INSTALL: You can install LogiCola directly to a flash drive from any computer that has LogiCola installed; use TOOLS | COPY SCORES OR PROGRAM TO FLASH DRIVE on LogiCola's menu bar.
WINDOWS VERSIONS: The current Windows LogiCola should work with Windows XP-Vista-7-8-or-10, whether 32- or 64-bit. For earlier Windows or DOS, use these zipped forms of the 2003 LogiCola and its score processing program, which use the same score format.MACINTOSH & LINUX: You can also run LogiCola in Macintosh or Linux.
iPads: You can run LogiCola on an iPad (or even an iPhone or iPod Touch) using a "remote server." Open the app store, get the free PocketCloud app, and follow the directions to set up PocketCloud on a Windows computer (on which you install LogiCola). Then you can run LogiCola on your iPad through this remote computer; however it's very slugglish and each remote computer can service only one iPad at a time. But could this basic idea over time evolve into something more usable?
handout about downloading LogiCola that teachers can give to their students. YOUNGER SISTER: LogiCola has a younger sister, EthiCola, about moral philosophy.
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS: teacher manual for second edition of the book, teacher manual for first edition, Logic Pretest (printable), Logic Pretest (Web-interactive), Flashcards, Sample Quizzes, Why the star test works, Logic symbols that you can paste into other documents, and classroom slides for many chapters: Introduction, Syllogistic Logic, Fallacies, Basic Propositional Logic, Propositional Proofs, Basic Quantificational Logic, Relations and Identity, Basic Modal Logic, Further Modal Systems, Deontic and Imperative Logic, Belief Logic, A Formalized Ethical Theory, Metalogic, History of Logic, Deviant Logic.SYLLABI: for my basic and intermediate logic courses.