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Open edX Basic Demo Course

Are you curious about Open edX or new to the platform? This course will show you the essential components that make it up.

About This Course

Are you curious about Open edX? This is your course. The demo course is a guide through the components of a course in the Open edX platform. Here, you will find how the content resources such as text, video, or embedded elements work, as you will also see examples of the different self-guided and social activities. There is also an example of a simple exam to create the entire experience of a virtual course on the platform. Each component will have its particular explanation and an astronomy example to give you a better experience of all that you can do with the platform.

For whom is this course?

This course is for anyone recently getting close to Open edX as a course creator or any manager interested in the benefits this platform could bring to their organization for training, learning, and development. You are in the right place, even if you are intrigued about why there is so much noise about something called Open edX.

Welcome, let us guide you!

After this course, you will know why this LMS is the perfect solution for your organization.

Course Staff

Johannes Kepler

The persons who contributed their knowledge to create this course were:

Johannes Kepler

(27 December 1571 – 15 November 1630) was a German astronomer, mathematician, astrologer, natural philosopher, and music writer. He is a crucial figure in the 17th-century Scientific Revolution, best known for his laws of planetary motion and his books Astronomia Nova, Harmonice Mundi, and Epitome Astronomiae Copernicanae, influencing Isaac Newton, among others, providing one of the foundations for his theory of universal gravitation. The variety and impact of his work made Kepler one of the founders and fathers of modern astronomy, the scientific method, and natural and contemporary science.

Sir Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton

(25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/27) was an English polymath active as a mathematician, physicist, astronomer, alchemist, and theologian. He was crucial in the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment that followed. His pioneering book Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), first published in 1687, consolidated many previous results and established classical mechanics.

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