NOSOLORED SL – Socio oficial de Chamilo (software para gestión de aulas virtuales)


Nos hemos convertido en socio oficial del software para la creación y gestión de aulas virtuales vía Web. En breve informaremos sobre nuestros servicios.

Fuente: Boletín de Chamilo (http://www.chamilo.org/ )

Primeros socios de la Asociación Chamilo

Ha llevado su tiempo pero finalmente hemos comenzado el proceso de registro de nuevos socios, dando la bienvenida a 3 nuevos socios corporativos e institucionales.

Este mes, damos la bienvenida a la Asociación Chamilo a Contidos Dixitais (España), NoSoloRed (España) y a la Universidad do Tocantins (Brasil) como nuestros tres primeros miembros oficiales.

Los socios corporativos nos ayudan a promover servicios de gran calidad entorno a Chamilo, mientras que los socios institucionales contribuyen con recursos humanos, investigación y desarrollo, asegurando la mejora de la calidad del software, la provisión de servicios realmente profesionales y la generación de una comunidad de aopoyo.

Si quieres saber más sobre como convertirte en miembro de la Asociación Chamilo, tanto a título personal como a través de tu empresa, contacta con nosotros enviando un correo a info@chamilo.org.

Publicación sobre Chamilo 2.0

Jean-Marie Maes, presidente de la  Asociacion Chamilo, ha presentado “Chamilo 2.0: A Second Generation Open Source E-learning and Collaboration Platform” en la conferencia  ICELW 2010, en la Universidad de Columbia, Nueva York. Esta publicación ha sido publicada en el International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC), Vol 3, Número 3 (2010), pp. 26-31. Es gratuíta su descarga pero es necesario efectuar un registro. Enlace:  http://online-journals.org/index.php/i-jac/index
La Universidad do Tocantins de Brasil se une a Chamilo

La Universidad do Tocantins de Brasil, invitó a representantes de la Asociación Chamilo a su sede para charlar sobre el modelo de negocio del software libre y sobre la plataforma Chamilo a lo largo de unas jornadas de 2 días de duración repletas de charlas y encuentros que culminaron con una conferencia sobre Chamilo que reunió a más de 320 personas, un breve curso sobre desarrollar en Chamilo y la firma de un acuerdo entre la asociación y la universidad de 2 años de duración.

Chamilo Association’s first members

It has taken some time to start, but we have finally started registering members of the Chamilo Association, with 3 new corporate or institutional members joining us.

This month, we welcome Contidos Dixitais (Spain), (Spain) and the Universidad do Tocantins (Brazil) as our first official members.

Business partners help us promote professional quality services around Chamilo, while institutional partners will help us establish highly necessary human resources basis for software research and development, ensuring you get all of an incredible software, great professional services and an outstanding community.

If you would like to know more about becoming a member of the Chamilo Association, either personally or as an organization, please send us an e-mail at info@chamilo.org.
Chamilo 2.0 Publication

Jean-Marie Maes, chairperson of the Chamilo Association, presented the “Chamilo 2.0: A Second Generation Open Source E-learning and Collaboration Platform” paper at the ICELW 2010 Conference, Columbia University, New York. This paper has now been published in the International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC), Vol 3, No 3 (2010), pp. 26-31. No fee required, but registration is needed to be

able to read the journal. Link: http://online-journals.org/index.php/i-jac/index
Universidad do Tocantins, Brazil, welcomes Chamilo

The University of Tocantins, Brazil, invited representatives of the Chamilo Association to discuss the open-source business model and the Chamilo platform during a two-days event filled with meetings and speeches, culminating in a 320-people speech about Chamilo and open-source software development in the real world, a short course about how to contribute code to Chamilo and the signature of a two-years collaboration agreement between the association and the university.

Read more http://www.chamilo.org/en/news/unitins-invites-chamilo-2010
Chamilo visit in China and translation to Chinese

Frederik Questier, our Research&  Innovation Coordinator, will be staying in Beijing, China for a month, starting 25th of August, for a collaboration project between his institution (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and a famous university there.

This news comes backed up by the very recent review of the translation to Chinese by our friends at Emeneo [www.emeneo.com], which means more people will now be able to use Chamilo professionally for the huge Chinese audience market.

Frederik will take the opportunity to spread the word about Chamilo as much as possible. If you would like to contact him, please send him an e-mail at research@chamilo.org
-= Development news =-

Chamilo 2.0 Roadmap

At the start of July the 2.0 development team met in Ghent (Belgium) to evaluate the 2.0 alpha release and to set the schedule of Chamilo 2.0 releases.

This is the release schedule:

– October 18th: Release of the second Chamilo 2.0 BETA

– November 22th: Release of the first Chamilo 2.0 Release Candidate

– December 2010th: Release of Chamilo 2.0

Would you like to help in any way with these releases? Check  http://support.chamilo.org where you find all standing issues, both bugs and features, or contact our 2.0 lead developers: Hans or Sven. Check

the Chamilo website regularly to catch up up with the latest news!
Code&  Documentation Sprint @ University College Ghent – Belgium

On Wednesday the 18th and Thursday the 19th of August several members of the Chamilo 2.0 community met in Ghent (Belgium). The aim of this two-day meeting was twofold:

– brainstorming session on the Chamilo documentation system

– development session on the rolls and rights system in Chamilo 2.0.

In these sessions the basis was laid for the extension of the 2.0 rolls and rights system, making it possible to create rolls and assign rights in a flexible way.

Furthermore agreement was reached on how to build up the online documentation and the embedded help system for the Chamilo software. The Chamilo 2.0 developers are going to develop a new application making it possible to add documentation online, to translate it and to link it to your own Chamilo installation.

More news on this shortly!
Developing in Chamilo 2.0

We recently added the possibility to link Chamilo 2.0’s internal repository to various external repositories like YouTube, Google Docs and Flickr. This kind of framework creates a lot of opportunities  for additional links and on top of that it’s an ideal case for new interested developers to get involved with the project. For more information on this new framework and for an article on rights management in Chamilo 2.0, check the chamilo.org website!