Browse our list of useful resources to guide you through the configuration, operation and usage of the open edX platform for online courses delivery.
The fifth official Open edX conference is taking place in may 2018 in Montréal, Canada, at HEC Montréal (Pavillon Decelles) from May 29th to june 1st.
27 March, 2018View more
Open edX Ginkgo is the name of the latest open edX release. This new release includes significant changes to the course outline, video player, administering exams, and more! …
16 December, 2017View more
The fourth official Open edX conference, and the first one to be hosted outside of the US, is taking place in may 2017 in Madrid, Spain, at the Carlos III University (UC3M). 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 …
29 March, 2017View more
The edX insights platform is an additional application that runs next to the open edX platform, and it's dedicated to compute actionable insights based on the application logs. Contact eduNEXT for professional services regarding edX insights in Amazon EMR, native hive hadoop, MS Azure and private infrastructures.
21 March, 2017View more
14 March, 2017View more
Open edX Ficus is the name of the latest open edX release. It brings new and improved functionalities and performance and security upgrades.
6 March, 2017View more
Ever since edX announced the plan to develop a new ecommerce service to replace the original shopping cart that came in cypress and earlier named releases of the open edX platform, there has been a lot of interest in this feature. Adding an e-commerce service working along your open edX site, is the way to allow learners to …
6 January, 2017View more
eduNEXT's Open edX Software as a Service subscriptions provide a way to integrate ecommerce into your online learning strategy, featuring payment processors such as Paypal and Cybersource, paid courses, course upgrades, coupon codes, and more.
1 December, 2016View more
Course contents in a course built on the open edX platform is organized in a structure of sections, subsections and units. In principle, the learner is expected to engage with those unit following the order from beginning to end, or to wander freely choosing the contents he or she wants to explore. However, as a course designer, you may need …
16 November, 2016View more