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ECESIS : Eclipse Community Education Project
The goal of the Eclipse Community Education Project (ECESIS) is to promote the creation, improvement and distribution of commercial and academic quality Eclipse courseware, education and training technologies, and resource material.

ECESIS's basic objectives are as follows:

  • To develop a starting set of high quality Eclipse courseware, tools, and non-course educational resources
  • To distribute freely all educational material under an open source license
  • To encourage the production and development of further material
  • To encourage and promote the widest possible use of such material

Penumbra Perspective for Eclipse
The Penumbra Perspective is designed by Frank Mueller, Dr. Tony Hosking, and Dr. Jens Palsberg at Purdue University. It simplifies the Eclipse Java Perspective for use in teaching introductory programming.

BuddySpace is an instant messenger with four novel twists: (1) it allows optional maps for geographical & office-plan visualizations in addition to standard 'buddy lists'; (2) it is built on open source Jabber, which makes it interoperable with ICQ, MSN, Yahoo and others; (3) it is implemented in Java, so it is cross-platform; (4) it is built by a UK research lab, so it is 100% free with full sources readily available. But BuddySpace is about more than just 'messaging', as we explain below.

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