The following are links to selected blogging web sites with a focus on innovative 'open source' education & training technologies and solutions:
* For another perspective from across the Atlantic, ComputerWorldUK publishes a collection of blogs on open source technology and solutions worth reading.

Open Education & Training

'Open Educational' resources are materials that can be re-used for teaching, learning, research and more. They are made available for free through open licenses, which allow uses of the materials that would not otherwise be possible due to restrictive copyright restrictions.

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YouTube Education Technology Video

The State of Washington sends $64,344,99.66 from Olympia to 295 school districts per year to outfit 1,034,153 students with textbooks. That does not include millions more that local school districts spend from local levies. An apple to apple comparison of cost per textbook, shows it will cost about $6 for Open Education Resources instead of $120-plus for proprietary, commercial textbooks.   –   The Year of Open Educational Resources