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Chamilo

Chamilo

Chamilo is an open-source e-Learning and content management system, aimed at improving access to education and knowledge globally.

Chamilo is widely regarded as one of the most intuitive open-source e-learning systems to use. E-learning being all about learning specific content, Chamilo tries to be as invisible as possible to learners and as useful as possible to teachers.

 Chamilo 1.9.10.2

Price
Free to download

Size
61.5MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Dokeos Latinoamérica SAC / BeezNest Latino SAC

Website
www.chamilo.org

System Requirements
Web browser
Apache
MySQL 5.1 or higher
PHP 5.3 or higher

Support:
Quick Reference Sheets, Forums, SourceForge Project Page, Google Code

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Easy creation of educational content
  • Courses, users and training cycles advanced management (student, tutor, teacher, coach, HR director, admin, including SOAP web services to manage remotely)
  • Documents, agenda, announcements, exercises, glossary, survey, ...
  • SCORM 1.2 compatibility and authoring tool
  • Multi-institutions mode (with central management portal)
  • Time-controlled exams
  • International characters (UTF-8)
  • Timezones
  • Automated generation of certificates
  • Tracking of users progress
  • Embedded social learning network and linking to other social networks
  • Multi-URL
  • Videoconferencing system
  • Synchronous and asynchronous communication channels
  • Many tools allowing for all learning types (visual, auditive, practical, serious games)
  • API
  • Easy installation

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