May. 21, 2019

"Carnegie Mellon University has moved forward in its efforts to release education tools into the world. Last week, the institution officially introduced OpenSimon, a community and collection of tools dedicated to "[catalyzing] a revolution in learning and teaching" for higher education and K-12. According to the university, the software that will eventually be made available under open source licenses represents an investment of $100 million in research and development."

Read the entire article by Dian Schaffhauser in Campus Technology here: First Wave of Carnegie Mellon Learning Tools Now Available