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Welcome to TeachingOpenSource.org
Open Source is becoming a dominant development model in the software industry. The next generation of software developers, computer scientists, system administrators, analysts, and build engineers need to understand Open Source and must be able to work efficiently within Open Source communities.
This is a neutral collaboration point for professors, institutions, communities, and companies to come together and make the teaching of Open Source a global success.
As a collaboration point, this initiative depends on your participation.
Create and edit pages, debate new educational approaches, collaborate on teaching materials, form alliances and partnerships, develop new funding models, and teach the world how to do Open Source.
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