OpenMeetings is a free browser-based application that allows you to set up an instant online conference using a microphone or a webcam. You can share documents on a white board, share your screen or record meetings.
Xerte is an interactive learning content tool kit. It yet possible to create rich interactivity. It offers a user friendly authoring environment for the simple creatin of learning objects with a minimum of scripting knowledge.
Open Exhibits is an open source multitouch SDK for Flash that is free for museums, students, nonprofits, and educational use.
The Sakai CLE is a free collaboration and learning environment platform for use in teaching, research and collaborative scholarship; developed by Sakai Foundation contributors.
Big Blue Button is an impressive interactive Web conferencing platform, aimed at further and higher education distance learning courses.
PKP Public Knowledge Project is a series of open source software titles for the management, publishing, and indexing of journals and conferences. It includes Open Journal Systems (OJS) and Open Conference Systems (OCS) which increase access to knowledge, improve management, and reduce publishing costs. It also includes Open Harvester systems (OHS) which allows the creation of centralized search services on meta-data from Open Archives Initiative-compliant databases. And it includes Open Monograph Press (OMP), an online workspace for publishing monographs, edited volumes, and scholarly editions.
DPubS (Digital Publishing System) is an open-source software system designed to enable the organization, presentation, and delivery of scholarly journals, monographs, conference proceedings, and other common and evolving means of academic discourse.
DSpace is Open Source software for building open digital repositories, used by academic, non-profit and commercial organizations to disseminate research outcomes.
Firefox addon that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It’s easy to use, lives in your web browser where you do your work, and it’s free.
OpenScholar represents a paradigm shift in how the personal academic and research web sites are created and maintained. Built on the open-source framework Drupal, OpenScholar makes it possible to create academic web sites in a matter of seconds. Each web site comes with a suite of powerful tools from which users can facilitate the creation, distribution, and preservation of knowledge faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Babiloo is a free open source software developed to read offline dictionaries.
eFront is an easy to use, visually attractive, SCORM compatible, eLearning and Human Capital Development system. It is suitable for both company and educational usage.
Docebo is an e-Learning platform (LMS and LCMS) that supports 12 languages, is compliant to the SCORM 1.2 standard, and different didactic models. Including: Blended, Self-Directed, Collaborative and even Social Learning through Chat, Wiki, Forums etc.
Dokeos is a learning management system used in more than 600 companies and public administrations to manage e-learning and blended learning programmes.
Claroline is an Open Source eLearning and eWorking platform allowing teachers to build effective online courses and to manage learning and collaborative activities on the web.
Moodle is a course management system – an Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities.
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