Projects & Communities

Apereo is made up of a series of overlapping and interlocking software, regional and thematic communities.

The Open Academic Environment is a powerful new way for researchers, students and faculty to create knowledge, share, collaborate and connect with the world. It is a multi-tenant and highly scalable platform that is able to support multiple institutions at the same time.

Bedework is an open-source enterprise calendar system that supports public, personal, and group calendaring. It is designed to conform to current calendaring standards with a goal of attaining strong interoperability between other calendaring systems and clients

CAS

The Central Authentication Service project, more commonly referred to as CAS is an authentication system originally created by Yale University to provide a trusted way for an application to authenticate a user.

EDexchange provides the open source building blocks necessary to create and maintain a web services network for the secure exchange of education data.

Karuta is a flexible tool for the incremental prototyping and the diffusion on the web of digital portfolios or eportfolios for various purposes (showcase portfolio, learning portfolio, assessment portfolio).

The Opencast community is a collaboration of individuals, higher education institutions and organizations working together to explore, develop, define and document best practices and technologies for management of audiovisual content in academia.

The Sakai Project is a robust LMS system supporting over 4 million educational users to enhance collaborative teaching, learning and research. 

The open source SSP case management software supports a holistic coaching and counseling model which expedites proactive interventions for students in need.

uMobile is a new open source initiative to bring campus applications, content, and data to mobile devices.

UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes. It is a distributed system that allows multiple university and departmental schedule managers to coordinate efforts to build and modify a schedule that meets their diverse organizational needs while allowing for minimization of student course conflicts.

uPortal is the leading open source enterprise portal framework built by and for the higher education community.  uPortal continues to evolve through contributions from its global community and is supported by resources, grants, donations, and memberships fees from academic institutions, commercial affiliates, and non-profit foundations.

The Xerte Project provides a full suite of open source tools for elearning developers and content authors producing interactive learning materials.