Heidi Ellis is a Professor at Western New England University and has been active in software engineering education for the past 20 years. She has been involving students in humanitarian free and open source software (HFOSS) since 2006 and has been co-PI on four different NSF grants to support this effort. She is part of a group of academics who are working with Red Hat to support Professor's Open Source Software Experience (POSSE) workshops that bring professors up to speed on student involvement in HFOSS projects. She has multiple publications and presentations related to student participation in HFOSS.
Webcast: Open Source 101 October 11, 2016
Join these four seasoned open source contributors, as they discuss why open source is so important, how to avoid obstacles, and find the right solutions for your project.