Scratch, a programming language for kids

Scratch is a free educational programming language for kids, available in 50 different languages and runs on just about any modern computer: Linux,...Read more

Introducing the new culture of learning

open source lightning talks
Education is broken, but there is a new culture of learning gaining traction, according to Sebastian Dziallas, a student at the Franklin W. Olin...Read more

Open brain program aims to improve our working memories

Connections in the classroom
Brain Workshop is an open brain training program that may help children with attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) by focusing on learning...Read more

Does the Indian education system teach students how to collaborate?

Parallels between open source and education
Education, infrastructure development, and the democratization of media are the three key sectors on which progression of any society depends. In the...Read more

Teaching the open source way: An interview with Sameer Verma

An interview with Sameer Verma
Dr. Sameer Verma first learned about open source software when a college friend gave him a weekend crash course in Linux. Now a professor of...Read more

Learning Fedena teaches professors how to collaborate

This academic year was my first year as assistant professor in the ISIGK ( المعهد العالي للإعلامية و التصرف بالقيروان ‬ | Tunisia). I enjoy teaching...Read more

Open Educational Resources: The Education Ecosystem Comes to Life

I was asked to explain why the introduction of open educational resources into the education ecosystem might in fact be one of the most important...Read more