The Open Source Initiative (OSI) actively promotes open source software by educating developers, decision makers, and users about the advantages of open source software and collaboration techniques. OSI's members are active in the core open source development communities as well as in government, academic and industry circles, helping to educate people about open source. As part of its mandate on education, OSI members deliver presentations about open source technologies, collaboration techniques, and community building at conferences and seminars across the world. OSI Board members and individual members have also conducted workshops as well as short and long courses on open source concepts, techniques, and technologies.
OSI's Education Committee focuses on the use and teaching of open source software in the educational context, from high school through graduate and post-graduate levels. The Education Committee is responsible for developing, arranging, and conducting educational conferences, programs, courses of instruction, and online educational seminars covering open source software, licensing, and communities.
The committee chairperson currently is Prof. Tony Wasserman. Additionally, the members of osi-edu-discuss at members.opensource.org also participate in the discussions around education.
The International Network of Free/Libre/Open Source Software Competence Centers, or FLOSSCC network, is a collaborative network of FLOSS Competence Centers around the world that promote Open Source in their respective geographical regions. Most of the Competence Centers have Education as one of its major focuses and many of them are hosted in universities and educational institutions. You may join their mailing list if you want to collaborate with them or even create your own Competence Center in your region.