Sofware freedom day 2010

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Presentation by Carolyn Stuart and Paul Seiler in Wellington on Sunday 19th September 2010

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  • Sofware freedom day 2010

    1. 1. Why start with an acorn? http://www.flickr.com/photos/denisgiles/4987763767/in/photostream/
    2. 2. Managed learning environments - “software tools and digital content that support learning” Guiding attributes of the MLE work program <ul><ul><li>educationally relevant
    3. 3. open
    4. 4. modular
    5. 5. standards-based
    6. 6. sustainable </li></ul></ul>Some of these relate to free and others to freedom After all, eduaction is about the free sharing of knowledge Context for Ministry of Education support for open (source) and education
    7. 7. Some core modules or components <ul>SMS </ul><ul>Content Stores </ul><ul>LMS </ul><ul>Parent portal </ul><ul>IAM </ul><ul>Reusable and portable content </ul>IAM <ul>Content creation tools </ul><ul>IdP </ul><ul>SMS – directory mapping </ul><ul>ePortfolio </ul><ul>Searching </ul>
    8. 8. Open and/or free options for schools Online support community <ul>SMS * </ul><ul>WikiEducator </ul><ul>Mahara or MyPortfolio </ul><ul>Moodle </ul><ul>Open Source Parent portal </ul><ul>IAM </ul><ul>Reusable and portable content </ul>IAM <ul>Open Office or WikiEductor </ul><ul>SimpleSAMLphp </ul><ul>phpldapadmin </ul><ul>ePortfolio </ul><ul>DigitalNZ </ul>
    9. 9. Questions http://www.flickr.com/photos/80417459@N00/2471314610/in/photostream/

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