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Computer Education Techniques aggregates and analyzes trial and open source package software in the public domain.

There is a challenge to address those areas of information technology where there is a scarcity of industry standard textbooks: 1- Update and extend textbooks with source software documentation into industry- and client- specific training resources. 2- Develop documentation for open source software. 3- Identify emerging use of hybrid commercial and open source commercial software.

A long term strategy is to develop a framework for an independent rating system for the textbooks, subscription magazines, and white papers associated with the leading open source licenses: Apache License 2.0/Apache 1.1, MIT License, BSD3-clause new or Revised License/BSD-2 clause simplified, Common Development and Distribution License 1.0, Eclipse Public License 1.0, GNU General Public Licenses v3.0/v2.0, GNU General Lesser Public License 2.1, Ms-PL: Microsoft Public License, and Mozilla Public License 1.1.

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Websites are being developed to prototype and benchmark the capabilities of trial versions of commercial software and free open source software: www.pcapplicationstrainingbysysed.us and www.databasetrainingbysysed.us. The code snippets, forms, and scripts are being incorporated into lesson plans and courseware.