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  3. 3. • OER was coined in 2002 in UNESCO Forum . • The Cape Town Open Education Declaration (2008) and Paris OER Declaration (2012) provided guidelines and encouragement to the Governments to release Educational resources with open licenses INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. • OBJECTIVES: •To familiarize the OER, FOSS, CC licensing, Ubuntu OS etc. •To adopt and use OER, FOSS and Ubuntu OS related to the Educational System. •To explore similar tools of OER,FOSS etc
  5. 5. Importance of Open Educational Resources •OERs are useful in improving education across the globe. •They offer free access to some of the world’s best courses. •OERs allow us to bring the excellent teaching learning materials in to our education system •They offer equal access to knowledge and re-usability. •They provide self-paced learning. •They offer flexibility in study time i. e. anywhere and anytime the learner can study. •Provide access to huge amount of study materials. •Help in enhancement of content knowledge. •Accessible and affordable for all. •OERs are adaptable and allow others to reproduce them for their use. •Help in advancing knowledge and widening participation. Help in one’s own professional advancement.
  6. 6. Various OER Initiatives 1.KOER 2.NROER etc.,
  7. 7.  During 2013-14, the “Karnataka Open Educational Resources” (KOER) program was designed and implemented by RMSA Karnataka with DSERT for its 'in-service teacher education' component.  Mathematics, science and social science teachers have collaborated to create digital learning resources for the new class IX textbook topics for KOER
  8. 8.  NROER is launched by the MHRD, Govt. of India.  NROER is developed as a solution to address the challenges faced by the education sector of our country.  It aims at reaching the unreached and prioritizes to extend education to all.  It is a collaborative platform involving everyone who is interested in education.  It offers resources for all school subjects and grades in multiple languages.  It brings together all the digital resources for a school system such as educational videos, audio, images, documents and interactive modules and also allows you to contribute your own resources.
  9. 9.  The Open Educational Resources Universities (OERU’s) is an education platform offering a number of MOOC-type, university level courses and programmes.  MOOC’s are the Massive Open Online Courses.  There are several courses offered on this platform.  Some of these courses offer credits towards further study.  This initiative is useful for individuals interested in studying further.  For more detailed information about OERu please visit the site http://www.col xGRztrWv-k
  10. 10.  Free and open-source software (FOSS)  FOSS is computer software that can be classified as both free software and open-source software.  Anyone is freely licensed to use, copy, study, and change the software in any way, and the source code is openly shared so that people are encouraged to voluntarily improve the design of the software.  This is in contrast to proprietary software, where the software is under restrictive copyright and the source code is usually hidden from the users.
  11. 11.  General:  Open Cog — A project that aims to build an artificial general intelligence (AGI) framework.  Image editor  digiKam — Integrated photography toolkit including editing capabilities  GIMP — Raster graphics editor aimed at image retouching/editing  Inkscape — Vector graphics editor  Krita — Digital painting and sketching application, with a variety of brush engines  RawTherapee — Digital image workflow management aimed at RAW photo Processing  Ascalaph Designer — Molecular modeling and simulation  GROMACS — Protein, lipid, and nucleic acid simulation 
  12. 12.  Ubuntu is a Debian-based Linux operating system for personal computers, tablets and smart phones, where Ubuntu Touch edition is used;  And also runs network servers, usually with the Ubuntu Server edition, either on physical or virtual servers.  Ubuntu is published by Canonical Ltd, who offer commercial support.  It is based on free software and named after the Southern African philosophy of ubuntu (literally, 'human-ness'), which Canonical Ltd. suggests can be loosely translated as "humanity to others" or "I am what I am because of who we all are".   Ubuntu is the most popular operating system running in hosted environments, so–called "clouds", as it is the most popular server Linux distribution.
  13. 13.  A default installation of Ubuntu contains a wide range of software that includes LibreOffice, Firefox, Thunderbird, Transmission, and several lightweight games such as Sudoku and chess.  Many additional software packages are accessible from the built in Ubuntu Software Center as well as other package management tools.  Many additional software packages, such as Evolution, GIMP, Pidgin, and Synaptic, that are no longer installed by default, are still accessible in the repositories, installable with the built in Ubuntu Software Center; or by any other package management tool and Snappy.  Ubuntu operates under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and all of the application software installed by default is free software. Security: