An increasing number of instructors are using publishing as a pedagogical tool. From blog posts and Wikipedia entries to apps and open-source tools, instructors are encouraging students to make their work public and usable by others. This approach introduces opportunities for acquiring new...more
The tourism industry has been gaining momentum for decades. In fact, many countries' economies and political stability rely on tourism and travel industries. Macau, for example, generates $26.6 billion annually from tourism, which accounts for ...more
Are you searching for a job in the bustling tech industry? Whether you're a seasoned member of the tech community looking for a new challenge or a recent graduate looking for your first job, contributing to open source projects can be a great way to boost your attractiveness as a candidate....more
OSPRI (Open Source Pedagogy, Research + Innovation) is harnessing the power of open to transform education for the 21st century. Guided by open source principles and methodologies like open knowledge and access to information, collaboration and community, transparency and meritocracy, inclusion and diversity, and iterative creation and adaptability, OSPRI is designing an open learning ecosystem for a more open world.
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Students research contemporary Open Source innovations
A learning lab at the intersection of open knowledge and technology
Students develop an open source education technology prototype
Why libraries need to get with apps and APIs
Getting started with Open edX to host your course
Open Source Innovation Grants
Supporting students who want to use the power of open source to create a better world.
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