In the last two years, we of the Free Knowledge Institute (the FTA's parent organization) were very, very, very busy with the Horizon2020 DiDIY (Digital DIY) Project. Have a look at the DiDIY website, and you will understand why, and why it was also important from the FTA point of view (and you may also want to sign the DiDIY Manifesto for a Creative Society!).
The rebuilding of the whole Free Technology Academy continues. Slowly, but surely.
Today, we are pleased to announce that our Modules page now has all working links to the pages of all our courses, and that almost all those pages include a working link to the corresponding FTA textbook. Practical information about all the FTA courses instead, that is calendars, fees, enrolment procedures and so on, continues to stay in the main Courses page.
As far as the textbooks are concerned:
We are pleased to announce that, following the "recovery" of our Gnu/Linux textbooks last week, we now have online also the NEW EDITION of the official textbook for our course on Open Network Technologies. Both this course on Open Networks and the two ones on Gnu/Linux (Basic and Advanced) will run a new session starting September 28th, 2015.
As you may already know, last month we started to (slowly) rebuild from scratch the whole website of the Free Technology Academy, to make it much easier to maintain and use than it was before.
The Free Technology Academy is happy to announce that registration is open, at a reduced price, for new sessions of the following online courses, all starting on September 28th, 2015:
We have finally moved the FTA website to a fresh Drupal 7 installation. It is likely that some links are still broken, we will fix them as soon as possible. In the meantime, please have a look at the menus to know what the FTA will offer in Autumn 2015
2014 has been a busy year for the Free Technology Academy (FTA), even if almost nothing of that activity was visible from the outside. Some of the fruits of this work, however, will be available at the beginning of 2015, as follows: