How the Open Source Movement Has Changed Education,” OEDb

  1. Colleges (MIT, Tufts, Notre Dame, etc…)
  2. Organizations (OpenCourseWare Consortium)
  3. Online Encyclopedias (Wikipedia)
  4. Online Collections (Project Gutenberg)
  5. Operating Systems (Linux)
  6. Software (OpenOffice.org)
  7. Browsers (Mozilla)
  8. Education (Google)
  9. Instructors (EduResources)
  10. Students

Education Fellows: watch the discussion.
Five educators, demonstrating leadership in technology and education, were awarded Pop!Tech Fellowships presented by Sun Microsystems and Curriki, a new open-source-focused educational foundation. Check out their discussion about the future of technology and education.

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