OSI (Open Source Initiative) says that:
Open source software is made by many people and distributed under an OSD-compliant license which grants all the rights to use, study, change, and share the software in modified and unmodified form.
However, I can't understand what the rights exactly are in this definition. So that, I wonder software(s) under one of the OSI-approved licenses (they can be seen here and here) allow anyone to use/run it for any purpose.
For example, can I prepare a course (which shows the software's symbols/logos/icons/screen video records, use of it or its functions) with software(s) under one of the OSI-approved license and sell it on Udemy?