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  1. Open VS Proprietary Source Software in Croatia Nikolaj Lazić Mihaela Banek Zorica Jasmin Klindžić FFZG.HR

  2. Introduction • There are three different properties of the software that we can distinguish. • source and proprietary source • free and non-free software • commercial and non-commercial software

  3. Hypothesis • users would choose open source or non-commercial software because this would help local economy (if one does not have to pay for software then this money could be spent for personal education or for tutorials in local institutions)

  4. Survey • four groups of questions according to the purpose of the software • office packages • photo editing • vector diagrams • sound editing

  5. Survey (possible answers) • I've never heard of the program • I've heard of it but I have never used it • I've used it but it did not meet my demands • I'm still using it

  6. Usage of different office packages

  7. Usage of different photo editing software

  8. Usage of different programs for making vector diagrams and images

  9. Usage of different sound editing programs

  10. Participants are only using commercial, proprietary software???Why???

  11. Conclusion • At present time students at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are unfamiliar with open source software. • The reason is exposure to only proprietary and commercial software throughout their education. • Students presented with open source programs continue to use it.

  12. The end! Thank you!