How to involve students in FOSS projects

  title={How to involve students in FOSS projects},
  author={Heidi J. C. Ellis and Gregory W. Hislop and Mel Chua and Sebastian Dziallas},
  journal={2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)},
Software projects are frequently used to provide software engineering students with an understanding of the complexities of real-world software development. Free and Open Source Software projects provide a unique opportunity for student learning as projects are open and accessible and students are able to interact with an established professional community. However, many faculty members have little or no experience participating in an open source software project. In addition, faculty members… CONTINUE READING

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