Students love manipulating digital sound with Audacity. Learn how to use it in the classroom.
The Open Source Initiative (OSI), working with the Schodack Central School District in upstate New York, developed the FLOSS Desktops For Kids Incubator Project.
SageMathCloud allows you to run Jupyter notebooks without having to install any specialized software.
Copyright is a really complicated topic, and when it comes to online use of creative works, accidentally crossing the line between fair use and a copyright violation is easy.
From the days of Gutenberg, technology has been linked to education. Curriki and Sankoré use open source to bring high-quality education to people who need it, and otherwise cannot access it.
In a post-Brexit Britain, Code Club hopes to help provide more opportunities for children and young people to develop the skills that will help them compete in an increasingly digital world.
I've dedicated myself to teaching electronics to beginners, both kids and adults.
Schools can save money and provide better teaching and learning with open source.
This month I've rounded up a list of seven open educational resources for K-12 and higher education.
Out of the many reasons for supporting student participation in open source, here are five of the most compelling reasons.