Join Us at the Open edX Con 2019

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The sixth official Open edX conference is taking place in march 2019 in San Diego, California. Hosted by the UCSD University of California at San Diego from March 26th to 29th.

This year eduNEXT will be a featured sponsor and will host a number of talks about the Open edX technologies and its possibilities in the context of this year’s main theme, Collaborative learning.

This annual conference is for developers, system administrators, education specialists, and anyone who works with or wants to learn more about the Open edX platform.

As part of this year’s conference schedule, 4 members of the eduNEXT team will be presenting a selection of talks.

Also, we’re proud to announce that eduNEXT is sponsoring the 2019 Open edX Conference and we are looking forward to greeting you there and to display our share of contributions to the Open edX global community!

Check out the full schedules for the conference at https://con.openedx.org/sched. This is a great opportunity to catch up with everything that is going on at edX, in the MOOCs Space, and in the Open edX community worldwide.

For more information about this event, visit https://con.openedx.org/

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