eduCommons

Various authors, Website, Aug 14, 2009
Commentary by Stephen Downes

eduCommons is software that works behind the scenes at many open courseware sites around the world. It is essentially a staging and preparation environment, providing a way to do things like clear IP and create metadata. Developed by enPraxis. It can be compared to Alfresco, another open source CMS. The difference (say eduCommons people) is that eduCommons is designed specifically for OERs. Features: easy to install, can create a static site (and store it to a Flash drive), RSS for more recent items, Common cartridge exort, MIT course import.
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