This week, Ingots, a group dedicated to teach IT skills based on open source, has published “Introduction to OpenOffice.org for Windows and Linux” (Use “Login as a guest”, to view the material).
I like the concept and the content of the course. However, I’m curious how it compares to the innovative approach of “Plan-B for OpenOffice.org. What is your opinion?
Do you prefer a traditional course offering like the one from Ingot or do you prefer the video based Software manuals from Plan-B?
Would you like to have course material with demo documents and quizzes on Plan-B for OpenOffice.org?
Please leave your comments about innovation in software manuals.