When it comes to which users we address the answer goes from very generic to very specific:
1) Whoever is interested in learning a language or contents in a specific (mainly less resourced) language in any which way is a potential user.
2) Depending from the applications and terminology groups different user groups are addressed:
2.1 ) Primary school age: this is our first main focus. Children that see their mother language written for the first time. Of course we are also producing for the big languages, but the main focus of Vox Humanitatis is languages of less resourced cultures.
2.2 ) University level/teachers: the main problem we have in less resourced cultures is that on one hand we have to get teaching on the way, and so where you start is primary school, but on the other hand you have the situation that teachers don't even know the language they should teach. Therefore they also need to learn their own language, but on a different level, because they need to be able to explain things to children.
2.3 ) Middle and high school level is the intermedium part. Most of what is necessary for them will be there resulting from points 2.1 and 2.2.
Which software for who:
1) Primary school level: the easiest places to start is KHangMan and Kanagram. For Parley the contents creation gets too complex to reach high level results for primary school for now: but in a second stage we will go that way.
2) University level/teachers: Parley - it is in some way the "all-rounder" for adults.
3) Middle- and highschool: a mix of 1 and 2
Sabine Emmy Eller and Outi Sané