The Free Technology Academy 2012 campus activities start in January 2012. The following course modules can be offered provided that a minimum number of enroled learners is reached:
|The concepts of Free Software and Open Standards||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Legal aspects of the Information Society||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Basic GNU/Linux||April 9, 2012||380 €||Open|
|GNU/Linux Advanced||September 10, 2012||380 €||Open|
|Software Architecture||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Economic aspects of Free Software||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Software development||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Network Technologies||On Demand||380 €||Open|
|Deployment of Free Software and Case Studies||On Demand||380 €||Open|
As the degree of interaction, necessary to provide a fruitful learning experience, depends on the number of participating learners, the scheduled modules will only take place if they reach or surpass a minimum threshold of 10 participants.
The FTA is committed to make all software and educational materials openly available under free licenses, so access and reuse is maximised. The FTA charges tuition fees to cover only the marginal costs of running the courses and tries to keep costs as low as reasonably possible to make participation in its tutored courses accessible to those interested. In case that tuition fees are an unsolvable problem for participation, please suggest a solution through the contact form and we can consider alternatives. For 2012, the tuition fee for a standard 5 ECTS course is defined as EUR 380. Tuition fees will be lowered as the number of enrolments increases. For more details, see the FTA wiki page on bottom-up organisation of courses.
Here you can find more information about enrolment in the Academy and about the general conditions or go directly to the enrolment page. For participation in the FTA, we recommend you join the FTA discussion list.