Teaching teachers to teach open source

Teaching students to participate in open source communities can be difficult. Teaching teachers to teach students to participate in open source...Read more

Work on a free software project for a humanitarian cause

What is Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) in education and how can we get more students involved? HFOSS is open source software that...Read more

A guide to teaching FOSS: teachers as learners

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Knowing everything about any open source project is impossible. If you're going to deal with a large community, you're not going to know all the...Read more

How to get a class involved with an open source project

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We talk about "community" a lot when it comes to open source, but it's important to remember that just like local communities within a city, town,...Read more

Getting started with HFOSS in the classroom

If we look at the big picture view, most frequently people think of student contribution as code. But student learning can span HFOSS (Humanitarian...Read more

Open source software experience for educators

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The Professors' Open Source Software Experience (POSSE ) workshop is being held this year in Philadelphia from June 2-4. To prepare for the workshop...Read more

Open Faculty Expertise grant helps teachers gain necessary expertise

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A group of colleagues— Stoney Jackson (Western New England University), Sean Goggins (Drexel University), Darci Burdge (Nassau Community College),...Read more

POSSE 2012: Where true open source project problems and solutions arise

POSSE (Professors Open Source Summer Experience) is a week long introduction to the FOSS community and its tools, development and instruction that...Read more