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.
- 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).
- Automated generation of certificates.
- Tracking of users progress.
- Embedded social learning network and linking to other social networks.
- Videoconferencing system.
- Synchronous and asynchronous communication channels.
- Many tools allowing for all learning types (visual, auditive, practical, serious games).
- Easy installation.
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