Open Education Day 2019

Organized by the Open Source Association CH Open, this free conference provides knowledge and experience on open source technologies, open content and computer science skills in Lehrplan 21. In one of the numerous workshops, Ivan Bütler shows the methods of hackers.

CH Open has been committed to the promotion of Open Source since 1982. With regular national conferences and events CH Open wants to deepen and promote the knowledge and exchange about Open Source.

The Open Education Day 2019 is aimed at teachers and IT managers who want to  introduce or promote open source, open content or open hardware at their school. A wide range of presentations, workshops and short presentations await the participants.

 

Ivan Bütler, Co-Founder of Compass Security and inventor of the ethical hacking online plattform Hacking-Lab, shows from 2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. hacker's hottest tricks. Because those who know and understand these can protect themselves effectively against attacks.

 

Special event for pupils: Join the Scratch introduction course with Google CS-First! The workshops starts at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

 

 

Get an overview of the exciting program and register now!

 

Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019

Venue:
Pädagogische Hochschule PH Bern
Fabrikstrasse 6 und 8
3012 Bern

Program and registrationhttps://openeducationday.ch/ 

 

 

Reference: 

https://pixabay.com/de/studenten-computer-kleiner-junge-99506/  /  April 2013

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