administration, management and learning related activities. As a school administrator you can use it to manage students, teachers, employees, courses and all the system and process related to running your institute efficiently.
The main problem which affects education institutions is lack of resources. In this day and age, global education is looking for sharing the ideas which can make the education more powerful. To counteract the lack of educational resources, available open source tools are playing a pivotal role. Many funded research projects produce software as part of their work.
Those educational institutions that are making use of open source tools are at the forefront of continuing education. School administrators are incorporating Fedena, and their open source approach into their corporate culture in order to compete and succeed in the new century. The adoption and application of these new management strategies are already evident within many companies in almost every industry. Higher education and other public and private institutions are able to acquire and use these tools at little or no cost.
Most open source operating systems and related tools are low-cost or free for educational use. They come with a variety of useful administration tools and user applications. Open source software is generally free, and so the world of support through the vibrant communities surrounding each piece of software. One only has to look at how well supported Linux has been over the years to see the benefits of using open source tools.
So let’s review.
Fedena is Free. The basic version of Fedena is available for free download.
Fedena is Opensource. Fedena allows you to edit the source code and make changes of your
Fedena is user friendly. The UI/UX of Fedena is done carefully considering the teachers and
parents as users.
Fedena is business friendly. Fedena is license under Apache License 2.0. It allows business to
keep their changes to the source code under their own licenses.
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(This if the first in a series on a theme of open source education tools)