Khronos Education Forum

The influence of technology in the world is rapidly growing. Academia is at the forefront of meeting the needs of this changing landscape, developing courses for new programs and standards to create tomorrow’s software engineers.

The Khronos™ Education Forum was created to support educators developing courses on Khronos technologies. Through the forum, educators have access to a platform for sharing courses, which may be reviewed by Khronos Working Groups. Educators and the public have access to the collection of existing open course material, and may share ideas, ask questions, submit issues, notify others when new material has been made available, or make pull requests. The platform may also be used to send Khronos input and feedback.

Here are some details about the program:

  • The courses are shared and managed in the GitHub Khronos Open Educational Resources repository with a CC BY license, or by linking directly to educators’ sites.
  • We are looking for a variety of content: full courses, course notes, modules, individual lectures, lesson plans, syllabi, tests, openly licensed streaming videos, etc.
  • While only educators are expressly invited to contribute to the repository, the content is publicly accessible and open
  • Those repositories that have been reviewed by Khronos Working Groups will be tagged to show as such.

Submitted material that is deemed inappropriate will be removed.

How to get started

Create and share your own content to receive peer review and critical feedback and support the industry with cost savings, reduction in teaching prep time, and open licensing

If you are an educator and would like to participate in the Khronos Education Forum, get started by sending an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with your name, the name of your education institution, and the Khronos standards for which you have or plan to create a material.

When your course is ready to upload, Khronos will either create a repository for your course material, giving you administrative access, or if you already have a course online, you may submit a link to the course, as a pull request.

Visit the Github Education Forum