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The Open Source Movement: Implication for Education - Comprehensive Essays
This paper explains the importance and implications of open source in education. The open source movement has become more than just a better way of writing software. The open source movement can be seen as a culture, an ideology and a better way for humans to work together on shared pursuits. The specific characteristics of open source communities vary. While many open source communities exist as informal, distributed entities, there have been attempts at developing more formal, proximal open source communities (e.g., local Linux User Groups or LUGs).

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Company:Educationaltechnology.ca
Language:English
Length:100 pages
Topic(s):Linux, Open Source, Web Reporting


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