SlideWiki EU Project - EU ICT-20-2015 Project SlideWiki

The SlideWiki EU project started 2016 with seventeen partners from Europe and Brazil using the award-winning open-source SlideWiki platform from germany as a basis. All project goals aiming at creating a large scale accessible learning and teaching platform using educational technology, skill recognition and global collaboration.

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OpenCourseWare platform

If you are looking for the SlideWiki Authoring platform for OpenCourseWare, visit slidewiki.org.

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Developers Page

Developers Page

In case you are searching for our developers page, head over to slidewiki.github.io.

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Using SlideWiki in WordPress and working alongside MOOCs

Over the last few months the ECS Accessibility team (University of Southampton) have started the process of republishing a range of learning materials on digital accessibility and assistive technology through SlideWiki.  One of the SlideWiki goals is ensuring that everyone, including those with disabilities, can access digital resources and websites.  However, there are only a few […]

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Feature Preview: Presentation Rooms

TL;DR: Presentation Rooms is a new feature of SlideWiki enabling anyone to create a virtual classroom with up to 100 participants per room. Presentation rooms allow you to broadcast your slideshow through SlideWiki to offer a dynamic classroom experience. Rooms are publicly visible on SlideWiki, are not access restricted in any means (you don’t even need an account), […]

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Win your prize! OpenCourseWare Competition #OECWC2018

Intro By organising this OpenCourseWare (OCW) Competition, the SlideWiki Consortium invites participants to create and import high-quality educational content in the SlideWiki platform. This educational content will have the form of slide presentations and will be directly related to secondary education, vocational and professional training, higher education and/or community-driven open-education with contributions from academics, teachers […]

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SlideWiki at OEB Global 2017 – Shaping the future of learning

Alexander Mikroyannidis (The Open University) was in Berlin on December 6-8 to present the SlideWiki project at the OEB Global 2017 conference. OEB (Online Educa Berlin) Global brings participants to the forefront of learning and technology developments, gives new insights on opportunities and challenges that are changing the world of learning, and shows the latest best practices from leading organisations. More than 2,000 particpants attended […]

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Training trainees

SlideWiki was presented to MOOC trainers in November at Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV).  Over 40 teachers, researchers and PhD students from different universities learned all the features and opportunities that the SlideWiki platform offers. Participants also had the opportunity to use the platform and to create new content in a collaborative way. This way […]

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