We check in with the Kramden Institute, a non-profit in North Carolina that is helping bridge the digital divide, and we find out the role 10 new Raspberry Pi devices will play in their classroom.
One of the most exciting starter activities to do with a Raspberry Pi is something you can't do on your regular PC or laptop, such as flash an LED or control a motor. In this month's Raspberry Pi column, Ben Nuttall introduces a few projects to get you started.
High school student Susan Black shares her experience with Penn Manor High School's student-run IT help desk.
At Penn Manor school district they are unlocking the true power of technology. See how in this 5 minute video.
Michael Taggart shares how he configured Git for use in his middle school programming classes.
Chris Aniszczyk lists helpful resources for students looking to contribute to open source projects.
CK-12 aims to revolutionize access to affordable, high-quality, and open educational materials for teachers around the world.
Don Watkins recaps some of the year's best education stories on Opensource.com in 2015.
During his time as an educator, Don Watkins found an open source tool for every educational need his school had.
When I talk to college students who are working on their first open source projects, the message I emphasize over and over and (yes, one more time) over again is the importance of working openly. And yet, as I discovered myself while writing this post, working openly is harder than it sounds.