The Impact of Open Source Software on Education

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This resource has been compiled from a collection of postings by an international group of leading authors on "The Impact of Open Source Software on Education". The authors' contributions and comments serve as a series of case studies about how institutions around the world (UK, India, New Zealand, Iran, Africa, Caribbean, US, Australia, etc.) have made use of open source educational software and the ways that these educational resources have been made available within their respective universities and to the public.

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