RASK consults Net Group on releasing Schoolaby digital learning platform as free and open-source software.


RASK consulted Net Group, a leading Estonian software producer, on releasing its Schoolaby digital learning platform as free and open-source software. Schoolaby is one of Net Group’s most ambitious educational technology projects in recent years, aimed at supporting teachers in organising distance learning and systematising curricula and study materials. Releasing it as free and open-source software, Net Group seeks to turn the platform into a constantly evolving ecosystem with the support of active users, which would increase the quality of education and improve access to high-quality educational content around the world.

To prepare for the release, RASK conducted an IP audit to ensure that the licencing terms and conditions for the libraries used to create the software support Schoolaby’s use as free and open-source software. RASK also consulted Net Group on selecting a software licence that would best serve its goals.

Net Group OÜ is a provider of business and software solutions that help clients achieve business efficiency, increased sales and improved customer relationships using smart software solutions. Net Group’s customers include governments, telecoms, energy companies and banks in Estonia, the Nordic countries, Europe and Africa.