We are in the midst of a paradigm shift where information technology provides unprecedented opportunities for society at large and especially for education. Where proprietary technology has an intrinsic lock-in effect, free technology aims for self-dependence and taking away the boundaries to learning, creating and sharing with peers. Our future depends on our ability to make use of these technologies and implement these values in our educational system.
The emerging open education movement combines the established tradition of sharing good ideas with fellow educators and the collaborative culture of the Internet and free software communities. It is built on the belief that everyone should have the freedom to use, customize, improve and redistribute educational resources without constraint. Educators, learners and others who share this belief are gathering together as part of a worldwide effort to make education both more accessible and more effective.
- The Free Knowledge Institute participates in "Digital DIY" Project
- New strategies and ideas
- FTA Community demands TradePub to correct inappropriate use of FTA course books
- open educational framework for computer science Software Engineering
- Open standards in Dutch public education
- FTA Community Portal opens its doors
- FKI nominated for the International Prize!
- A vision for the FTA
- Varna Free University from Bulgaria joins the FTA
- Dutch civil society expresses worries about anti-imitation treatment ACTA