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Kennisnet (translated from Dutch as Knowledge Net, previously Kennisnet Ict op school) is a Dutch public (semi-governmental) organization dedicated to ICT-innovation for primary and secondary education and vocational training. Kennisnet provides educational content and information to teachers, pupils and parents. Kennisnet also stimulates the use of information technology in educational processes by providing technical and practical support for several innovative educational aids. The Davindi search engine is used to search for information in the Kennisnet database.
Davindi is a search engine for searching the open source Kennisnet database. The name is a pun on Leonardo da Vinci's surname and the Dutch word vind which means find in English. It does not crawl the internet, but only gives search results which are vetted by Davindi editors. Apart from text documents, also videos images and sound files can be found. The search engine also gives results from other educational sources such as Kennislink. Davindi gives results from more than 50,000 sources related to primary and secondary education, vocational education and adult education.