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  • ANGEL: An enterprise course management system that combines an open and flexible architecture with a complete set of easy-to-use features.
  • ARIADNE Project: Joint European academic consortium. Offers WBT authoring, delivery and management tools. Foundation members have free access to a huge database of reusable course modules.
  • ATutor: An Open Source Web-based Learning Content Management System (LCMS) designed with accessibility and adaptability in mind.
  • BSCW: (Basic Support for Cooperative Work) is a web based collaboration / groupware environment. It is a shared workspace system and supports document upload, event notification, and `group` management.
  • Blackboard: Commercial course website software; can also create a free course on their site.
  • Claroline: An easy to use, open source software package based on PHP/MySQL.
  • CyberProf: Collection of tools to create and manage online courses.
  • Fle3: Future Learning Environment is open-source web-based software for computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL).
  • Generation21 Enterprise: An open architecture, open standard learning environment. The clients are web-based.
  • IBT-Server: Flexible XML based learning management system. Available in 6 languages.
  • ILIAS: An open source LMS for Web-based training in higher education. The system consists of an authoring tool for creating courses, personal desktops, mail/forum systems, `group` system and administration. (Link is the English-version site)
  • Interact: An open source platform for online learning and collaboration developed by the Christchurch College of Education.
  • IntraKal: Web based course environment featuring communication, online grading, student tracking, and content delivery.
  • Janison Toolbox: Commercial course website package of individual components, designed for the Microsoft Windows platform.
  • Jones e-education: A full-featured online course manager developed at Jones International University (JonesKnowledge.com).
  • Knowledge Environment for Web-based Learning: KEWL is an Open Source learning management system for the Microsoft Windows platform. It's easy to use and free, with many features.
  • Knowledge Forum: allows users to create a knowledge-building community. Each community creates their own database in which they can store notes and connect ideas. It features a web client or alternatively clients for Mac and Win platforms.
  • LogiCampus: An open source educational platform (in PHP) from Tap Internet that provides a single sign-on for students, faculty, and staff of an institution to a variety of tools for collaboration and content creation.
  • Lotus LearningSpace: Web course authoring, delivery and management environment from IBM.
  • Moodle: A free, open-source PHP web application for producing modular internet-based courses that support a modern social constructionist pedagogy. Easy to install, use and maintain on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
  • OLAT: Online Learning And Testing. Olat is an online learning platform, being developed at the university of Zuerich, Switzerland. It is available as GPL'ed open source software.
  • Online Instructor Suite: An integrated suite of software for adding and managing dynamic educational content on a website.
  • Open Knowledge Initiative: OKI is an architecture for learning management systems being designed by a consortium of universities and organisations that includes MIT, Stanford and Harvard.
  • Pythos: A commercial system designed to facilitate productive learning conversations between individuals. It functions as a testing or surveying mechanism between instructors and students.
  • The Dialogue Project: A web-based collaborative communication tool that supports the building of learning communities. It encourages collaboration and information sharing among the learning communities in order to promote conversation, scholarship, and understanding.
  • The Manhattan Virtual Classroom: An open source web-based virtual classroom system (written in C) that includes modules for discussion, chat, syllabus, handouts, assignments, grades, and private email.
  • TopClass: Web-based training authoring, delivery and management. The authoring environment is entirely Web based.
  • Virtual-U: a customizable virtual campus for distributed learning. It is entirely web based and supports multiple languages.
  • WebCT: Web Course Tools - WBT authoring, delivery and management. Reseller of web "courselets". Authoring environment is entirely Web based.
  • dotLRN: An open source e-learning system developed at MIT, based on AOLserver and OpenACS.
  • eCollege.com: Makers of eCourse, a course website toolkit, a smaller version called eToolkit (available for free), and eCollege Campus.

 

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