Using FLOSS Project Metadata in the Undergraduate Classroom
This paper describes our efforts to use the large amounts of data available from public repositories of free, libre, and open source software (FLOSS) in our undergraduate classrooms to teach concepts that would have previously been taught using other types of data from other sources.
KeywordsOpen Source Software Undergraduate Research Structure Query Language Free Software Foundation Open Source Software Development
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