Experience it yourself…
Visit eduNEXT’s Open edX feature Showcase site to see everything working nice and easy from the learner’s perspective.
Open edX documentation
You can always choose one of eduNEXT’s Software as a Service Subscriptions to get all the power of Open edX effortlessly. However, if you want to find out more, or get it all up and running on your own, these are the most useful online resources to explore:
What about the Open edX community?
Open edX has a growing and active community of developers, learning experts, translators and more, that contribute to this open source project, and eduNEXT has been a very proud member of this community since the very beginning.
There are several channels and resources for the community to stay in touch and to collaborate with each other.
- remove_from_queueThe open edX community website
- chatThe slack channel
- emailA few mailing lists powered by google groups
- slideshowThe youtube channel
- codeThe github repository and wiki
- descriptionThe confluence wiki
- question_answerA newly announced team collaboration site on answerhub
- languageThe open edX i18n community in Transifex
The Open edX community also meets in regional and international events at least once every year. The open edX conference, gathers developers, contributors, service providers, organizations and and individuals that are interested in the open edX project. eduNEXT takes pride in participating in every event as part of our long term commitment with this initiative. Take a walk through all the international gatherings by visiting the open edX event gallery.