There are some amazing open source projects taking place at Seneca College (where I teach):
David Humphrey has developed one of the first courses anywhere dealing with the how of open source, focusing on the processes, community, and models that make open source work. Club Moz is a student group that sprang out of this course.
The ISA graduate certificate program has been teaching open source system administration (Linux admin, including key server apps and the open source desktop) for a number of years.
There are dozens of other open source initiatives underway, and many different partnerships with open source projects, companies, and other educational institutions. We're concentrating these initiatives under the umbrella of the Seneca College Centre for Development of Open Technology (CDOT).
On June 7, CDOT is hosting a wine and cheese reception to showcase our work, describe where we're headed with open source, and discuss partnership opportunities. There may be room for a few more guests, so if you're in the Toronto area and are interested in attending, drop me a line.
These are my first two books: X Power Tools, a thorough guide to the X Window System (O'Reilly, ISBN 9780596101954) and Fedora Linux: A Complete Guide to Red Hat's Community Distro, a practical hands-on book on Fedora (O'Reilly, ISBN 9780596526825).
Fedora Linux is also available for online reading through Safari and in downloadable PDF format from oreilly.com