Adjust the configurations, Build and publish your courses and start delivering online learning

Open edX® is an advanced open source technology to deliver online learning. Created by Harvard and MIT and used by millions worldwide.

The tools to simplify and enhance operations, monitoring, reporting, communications, certificates generation and more.

Getting started with the Open edX platform

A six-step video guide that will show everything you need to get started.

Manage your Site

Configuring every little detail of your Online learning site is important and also a bit hard. The eduNEXT Management console has been designed to help you modify the looks and inner workings of your Open edX site effortlessly.

Build your courses

Create an impressive and engaging online learning experience using the most advanced tools and components.

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Run your courses

Tips and Tricks to help you run your courses when using the Open edX platform. Monitor operations, get reports, analyze the results, communicate with your learners, issue certificates, and more.

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Articles on managing the Open edX platform

Discover What is New in Open edX Ironwood

Ironwood will be the ninth release of the Open edX platform and will include improvements over the current Hawthorn.2 version. We installed and tested this version as soon as it was available, and here is a detailed description of the most relevant changes we’ve found.

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Open edX Hawthorn Brings New Improvements

The latest Open edX Hawthorn Release brings a wide range of improved convenience and usability features for learners as well as authors empowering them to make full use of the open edX platform’s strengths to deliver effective learning.

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Open edX upgrade

Are you stranded with an outdated open edX installation? We know that upgrading your production open edX instance to a newer named release can be a huge challenge. And preserving all your data and functionality, while minimizing any downtime of your site makes it even more difficult.

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