Category: Open edX applications

Academic Institutions

Discover the Open edX multi-tenancy enhanced features

Multi-tenancy enables organizations to successfully run multiple LMS sites published in different domains, out of a single Open edX installation. As part of eduNEXT’s involvement in the open edX community, we have always promoted and contributed to the advancement and maintenance of the multi-tenancy capabilities.

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DISCOVER

What’s new in Open edX Juniper

The latest version of the Open edX ® platform is called Juniper,
It comes with a number of changes and improvements over Ironwood. Let’s dive into the major changes for the different roles interacting in the Open edX platform.

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Cloud Subscriptions

Getting valuable information out of your Open edX instance

The Open edX platform is an advanced technology with a lot of moving parts and advanced knowledge is required to install it, configure it, and operate it to its full potential.

Even if you have the technical and human resources to face the task and you have done it very well so far for your site, you may not want to deal forever with this kind of challenges.

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Academic Institutions

The Open edX Mobile App

The Open edX mobile app offers users the possibility to access and consume the content of the courses conveniently from their Android and iOS phones. It

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eduNEXT Services

Self-Hosting the Open edX Platform

What is Open edX? Open edX is a world-class web-based platform for creating, delivering, and analyzing online courses. It is the open-source platform that powers

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Consulting

How to add gamification to the Open edX platform

Gamification in Open edX platform can make a meaningful difference for individuals and institutions of academic-industry who are looking to substantially improve the engagement and learning capacity of their students through productive and interactive means. This article provides ideas on how to implement this kind of strategy in the Open edX platform.

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