University of Nice publishes…

University of Nice publishes e-Learning system


Jalon is a learning content management system originally developed by the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis in France and available on Joinup as of December 2011. It is built on the Plone content management system as an e-learning tool for distance-learning and it’s published using the GNU-GPL license.

The e-learning system is currently used and developed by two universities, the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, its original creator, and University Versailles - Saint Quentin en Yvelinnes, which has joined Jalon as a user and a co-developer.

Jalon delivers around five hundred online courses each year at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis and it's used daily by thirty percent of teachers  and fourty percent of students.The university has also integrated its e-learning platform into Apogee, a French pedagogical and administrative information system. It allows teachers and instructors to administer students’ assignments and information from within Jalon.

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Jalon on Joinup

Jalon’s repository

City/Location: Sophia-Antipolis, France

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