Welcome to eduCommons
eduCommons is a content management system designed specifically to support OpenCourseWare projects.
What is eduCommons?
eduCommons is a content management system designed specifically to support OpenCourseWare projects like Notre Dame OCW OCW Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, OCW Universidad de Cantabria. eduCommons will help you develop and manage an open access collection of course materials. It is built around a workflow process that guides content developers through the process of publishing materials in an openly accessible format. Try eduCommons for yourself on our demo site, or visit our eduCommons Adopters page for dozens of examples of OCW sites powered by eduCommons.
eduComons 4.1.1 Production Release is Here!
Security Advisory for all versions of eduCommons <= 4.1.0. Please go here for details.
Calling all translators! We are currently gearing up to translate the new eduCommons 4.x release into as many languages as possible. If you would like to help us out with this please contact us here.
We are always looking for more volunteers to help with additional translations which will be released in a language pack in our next update. If you are interested in translating eduCommons into your language, please visit our localization page and email us .
Support for eduCommons
There are several options for getting support with eduCommons. A good place to ask questions and search existing responses is the eduCommons forums page. The community is friendly and responsive. Many OpenCourseWare Consortium members use eduCommons and are willing to help newcomers. For-fee consulting, hosting, and custom development is also available via enPraxis and over 300 Plone consultants worldwide.
How do I get involved?
There are many ways to participate in the eduCommons community. Developers and testers are welcome to check out our getting started page and join the development email list. For those interested in translating eduCommons we encourage you to join the localization email list. Please email us if you have any questions, or if you would like to report a bug or make a feature request.