From taking a podcasting course, students learn the benefit of Creative Commons and open source
Hosted by Kevie on 2015-03-11 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: open source, ccmusic, audacity, school, education.
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For his second attempt at a solo episode of HPR, Kevie talks about a very positive experience he had introducing school pupils to podcasting. From this he was able to discuss the benefits of Creative Commons music and using open source, cross platform software. The ultimate success came when three students took the plunge and installed Linux on their own computers.
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Comment #1 posted on 2015-03-11T01:02:16Z by Ken Fallon
I listen to all shows
I listen to each and every show. Even the Scottish ones :)
Comment #2 posted on 2015-03-12T07:55:51Z by Dave Morriss
Hearing the story of how you introduced your students to FLOSS brought a big smile to my face.
It's so sad that a knowledge of how the world works, critical thinking and similar topics aren't already on the curriculum.
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