The University of Kentucky’s CECentral.com is an internally-developed learning platform that has been successful by leveraging open-source tools. Using CECentral as a case, this BoF will be a discussion of open source tools, developers and their utility inside academia and specifically, the potential for efficiencies and innovation that may not be possible with other alternatives.
Topics for discussion might be, but not limited to: *Developer concerns – recruitment, benefits, community, innovation; *University concerns – security, license agreements, vendor relationships, sub-contracting; *Potential uses – education, research, outreach, service.
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