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Humanitarian Open Source

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POSSE RIT 2011, Monday

It’s fascinating being on the teaching end of a POSSE experience. I was on the itinerary to open with a presentation on IP, copyright, and Open Source history this morning. Originally geared towards undergraduates, I tweaked my presentation towards an audience of educators, but since my own background in OS is still somewhat limited I … Continue reading

POSSE RIT 2011 GREETINGS

Just a quick hello to everyone coming to POSSE at RIT this week! Chris and I have a packed week of Open Source goodness for you. I’m looking forward to meeting you all this evening at the Lovin’ Cup.

Obama’s STEM Videogame Challenge & IP

As a professor it’s often interesting what life throws at you in a course.  I am now in the third week of teaching Humantarian Open Source Software course at the Rochester Institute of Technology.   Primarily a project-based course, students in this class are here largely to create or improve educational software for the Math4 Team … Continue reading