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Free/Libre & Open Source Software In Education [FLOSSIE] Conference
By alex, Section GNU-Friends
Posted on Tue Dec 9th, 2003 at 06:42:04 GMT
FLOSSIE is a joint conference, being organised by the Assocation For Free Software (AFFS), SchoolForge UK and The Learning Machine, taking place at the London Institute of Education on the 18th February 2004. It will focus on the practical aspects of using free software in an educational environment.

 

A number of MPs, businesspeople, educators and managers have already committed to speaking on a range of subjects, including case studies of practical free software-based projects. In particular, this will be a good conference if you are involved in education but not especially technical: you will be able to draw on the experiences of those already using these systems, and will be shown how you could make these work in your institution.

You can find out more about the FLOSSIE conference by reading the Schoolforge UK page, this is the URL to pass to people: http://www.schoolforge.org.uk/flossie/conference200402.html.

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