Networked Learning/Using free and open source software

From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Using free and open source software is an effective way to save money, maintain flexibility, consider new economic models, and develop more sustainable software skills and capacity.

Open Office A free alternative to Microsoft Office, Open Office can not only be a great way for students to obtain affordable (free!) office software, but also a remarkably easy way for you to create PDFs and Flash movies!

GNU Image Manipulation Program GIMP is a powerful image editing program.

Open Clip Art Open Clip Art Library Over 10000 clips + Over 600 artists. High quality and attractive clipart.