Sakai and Kuali are unique communities building open source enterprise applications as cooperative efforts among leading universities and companies around the world.
I’m proud to say that my company, rSmart, is an active member of these communities and provides commercial support and services for the applications we’re developing.
|Sakai is an open source community developing collaboration software used by institutions and corporations all over the world for Teaching and Learning online and in blended environments, research collaboration, elecronic portfolios, and other forms of group collaboration.
The software is comparable to course management systems (CMS), or learning management systems (LMS) like Blackboard, WebCT, Angel, Desire2Learn, and others.
Sakai is easy and free to try:
|Kuali is a meta-community developing and sustaining open source enterprise administrative software for colleges and universities.
Under the Kuali community umbrella there are a growing number of projects that all leverage the services of the Kuali Foundation, a non-profit organization that coordinates the efforts of partners, manages and protects the community’s intellectual property, and handles common concerns among Kuali projects. The projects are: