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The AYLLU collaboration model aims people that behave as cooperative rational agents supported by software agents working as mediators. The interaction protocols used for collaboration purposes are semantic and well-structured. However, for real world situations, these features are not enough to support the requirements of group work. The general AYLLU distributed architecture, presented in this paper, not only includes components to apply the AYLLU cooperative approach, but also to provide personalization, context adaptation, awareness, and resource management. The AYLLU platform is a general collaboration framework that can be easily applied in specific domains; in this paper an example in the education domain is introduced.