ATutor is an Open Source Web-based Learning Content Management System (LCMS) designed with accessibility and adaptability in mind. Administrators can install or update ATutor in minutes, develop custom themes to give ATutor a new look, and easily extend its functionality with feature modules. Educators can quickly assemble, package, and redistribute Web-based instructional content, easily import prepackaged content, and conduct their courses online. Students learn in an adaptive learning environment.

Try the demo to experience ATutor's adaptability, and its flexibility for course designers. Download ATutor to get a copy of your own.

Why ATutor?
ATutor supports these accessibility standards:
W3C WCAG 1.0
W3C WCAG 2.0
W3C ATAG 2.0
US Section 508
Italy Stanca Act
IMS AccessForAll 2.0 draft
ISO FDIS 24751

ATutor supports these interoperability standards:
IMS Content Packaging 1.1.2+
SCORM Content Packaging
IMS Question Test Interoperability (QTI) 1.2/2.1
IMS Common Cartridge 1.0

ATutor's base in Open Source technology makes it a cost effective tool for both small and large organizations presenting their instructional materials on the Web, or delivering fully independent online courses. Comprehensive help is available through the documentation, through a number of support services, or through the public forums. Full language support is available through the ATutor Translation Site.

Open Source
ATutor is an Open Source project. You may copy, distribute, and modify ATutor under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). See ATutor Licensing for examples of permitted free use.

ATutor Awards
IMS Gold Learning Impact Award 2008: Selected by industry leaders, the IMS Learning Impact Awards recognize the high impact use of technology to improve learning across all industry segments and in all regions of the world.

Mellon Award for Technology Collaboration 2007: Presented by The Andrew Mellon Foundation. recognizing not-for-profit organizations that are making substantial contributions of their own resources toward the development of open source software and the fostering of collaborative communities to sustain open source development.