The growth of deployed Open edX websites and produced courses significantly accelerated in the last year: from 340 websites to over 800, and from 240 courses to more than 800.
These data come from the edX organization‘s internal research and are shown in the graphic above.
The majority of these websites and courses are located out of the United States, although some big Open edX ecosystems have been released in the country; namely, NVIDIA‘s Deep Learning Institute to train engineers, Global Knowledge‘s new platform or George Washington University‘s Engineering initiative with courses using Jupyter technology.
More details will be provided during the 2018 Open edX conference. Specifically, four edX managers will address the edX growth subject during a talk titled “The State of Open edX”. Also, Global Knowledge and GW’s representatives will talk about their projects.
We took our data of global #openedx deployments, imported into @MapD, et voila! We have a snazzy graph! From installing Docker to displaying the graph took less than 30 mins. pic.twitter.com/I67HnCwDTI
— Open edX (@OpenEdX) April 26, 2018