|Material Type||Title||Overview||Courses||FOSS Area||Tags||Source|
Runestone is a project that has four main parts to it:
1. A Textbook hosting service that allows you and your students to access any of the textbooks written using their tools.
|CS0/Non-majors, CS1/CS2/Data Structures, Data Mining/Business Intelligence, Web Systems & Technology||Coding & Style||OER,||Jan Pearce|
|Learning Activity||Instantly Run An App in the Cloud using OpenShift||
Students need to know what Cloud Computing really means, how it fits into the wider computing context, and how they can use an open source cloud alternative to quickly host coding platforms for them to toy around in. This activity sets out to do all of this as a walkthrough learn-as-you-go tutorial via Red Hats Open Shift platform – a completely open sourced cloud-hosted coding platform.
|Web Systems & Technology||Tools & Communication||cloud, openshift,||foss2serve.org|
|Learning Activity||Deploy & Customize Ushahidi||
Students will download Ushaidi and install it on either the cloud (using Heroku) or on a VM or on an actual Linux machine.
|Operating Systems, System Architecture & Administration, Web Systems & Technology||Product Packaging & Distribution||Heroku, Ushahidi,||foss2serve.org|