The Impact of Open Source Software (OSS) on Education

July 5, 2007 § Leave a comment

Back in March, Ken Udas, Executive Director of Penn State’s World Campus, began a series entitled The Impact of Open Source Software (OSS) on Education on the Penn State World Campus’ blog, Terra Incognita. The topics of the series while focusing on OSS on Education have evolved to include open educational resources (OER), open courseware (OCW) and governance.

Ken has assembled quite a who’s who of thinkers and practitioners from both the open source software and education communities from around the world. I strongly recommend it.

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