The three fundamental axes for this didactic work, to my mind, are: freedom: that allows to use, study, copy and modify the program. Gratuity: for that this freedom can be exercised without financial outlay. Legality: to let you see as normal copy illegal computer programs. Conclusion when you get that OpenOffice.org will be adopted in the training programs of Office Automation for all adults we will be benefiting: management, training centres and students. And all this from the perspective of a free, legal and economic solution.
References 1 free Software in secondary education, Pedro Reina. Free software in computer teaching, Baranda (Jesus d. Gonzalez – Barahona) jgb/articulos/soft-libre-educacion El Software Libre in university education, Illa Rivero, Alberto Morales, Patricio Garcia and Francisco de Sande, arguments in favor of free Software in classrooms, Jean-Rene Merou, 2 Microsoft modifies their educational license usage conditions with some frequency. You can get more information at 3 Recull de ask month fra on the Windows in Catalan, Softcatala. 4 Microsoft Office 2003 in Catala, Xavi Caballe, Marc Belzunces, and Jordi Mas. 5 The full report is available in 6 with regard to the BSA and their methods, can be very interesting reading the controversial and passionate article Toc, toc, who is? BSA: Closes the wall, Jorge Cortell. The author is Professor of eCommerce and intellectual property of the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia. 7 8 9 10 11 12 (English) 13 14 15 16 17 18 Ismael Fanlo Ex-contable and Professor of computer science, is a member of the Executive Board of the APIF (Freelance computer science teachers Association). His enthusiasm for free software have led him to give lectures, conferences and workshops in different Spanish cities, having transformed the web that maintains, SuperAlumnos.net, in an essential reference for users of OpenOffice.org worldwide of Spanish-speaking.