Education

Open source solutions are improving how students learn—and how instructors teach—in communities around the world. Read the fascinating and inspiring stories we've collected about how open source is influencing education at all levels.

Students and professors work across the aisle during Election Night Hackathon

Students and professors work across the aisle during Election Night Hackathon
Over 140 students from across campus and across departments gathered together as the election night results rolled in to work on a range of civic...Read more

Growing the Duke University eNable chapter

Growing the Duke University eNable chapter
The Duke University eNable chapter is a student-run organization that connects amputees with 3D printed prosthetic devices.Read more

H5P: A CMS plugin for creating HTML5 interactive content

HP5: A CMS plugin for creating HTML5 interactive content
The creator of H5P, a free and open source tool for creating interactive, HTML5 content, talks with us about the tool.Read more

What is the Raspberry Pi Foundation? 10 million computers sold

What is the Raspberry Pi Foundation? 10 million computers sold
Learn more about the educational charity behind the popular Raspberry Pi mini computer.Read more

Education management with Moodle: The beginning, middle, and today

A deep dive into Moodle: The beginning, middle, and today
Martin Dougiamas, Moodle's founder and lead developer, talks with us about why he created Moodle, where it is today, and what's next in open...Read more

Bringing DevOps to the classroom

Bringing DevOps to the classroom
How to bring DevOps' speed to slow-moving classrooms.Read more

Open Chemistry project raises up the next generation of researchers

Open Chemistry project raises up the next generation of researchers
Learn about a few Google Summer of Code projects hoping to bring high quality open source tools to scientific research communities.Read more

2 free desktop recording tools to try: SimpleScreenRecorder and Kazam

2 free desktop recording tools to try: SimpleScreenRecorder and Kazam
This month we look at two free screen recording tools for Linux: SimpleScreenRecorder and Kazam.Read more