[open-science] [okfn-discuss] Hangout on OpenCourseWare authoring with SlideWiki on Jan 21, 15:00 CET
auer at informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Sun Jan 26 09:55:06 UTC 2014
For those of you who were not able to participate live last week, the
video recording of our SlideWiki.org webinar is now available:
As mentioned before, SlideWiki facilitates the translation of courses
through Google Translate API integration and crowdsourcing of the
required revisioning process. From my perspective the use of SlideWiki
could facilitate the creation and translation of OKF's various Open X
On 1/21/2014 7:44 AM, Sören Auer wrote:
> Dear all,
> We will host the hangout/webinar on SlideWiki today as a hangout on Air.
> Please note the updated URL:
> The webinar takes place today Jan 21st 15:00 CET (check your timezone
> here: http://goo.gl/ULiq3l).
> Hope to see you there.
> On 1/11/2014 11:47 AM, Sören Auer wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> On January 21st at 15:00 we are organizing a hangout introducing
>> SlideWiki.org is a platform for OpenCourseWare authoring and publishing.
>> Similar as Wikipedia allows the collaborative authoring of encyclopedic
>> texts, GitHub of sourceode or OpenStreetMaps of maps, SlideWiki enables
>> communities to create comprehensive open educational resources.
>> SlideWiki is open-source software and all content in SlideWiki is Open
>> Knowledge. In this hangout we want to introduce SlideWiki's rich feature
>> set and explain how SlideWiki can be used for educational projects and
>> We aim to make SlideWiki an official OKF Germany project and would also
>> be excited to see other OKF projects (such as School of Data and/or the
>> various handbooks on open data, journalism etc.) using SlideWiki for
>> Would be great if you joined the hangout. Meanwhile feel free to play
>> with SlideWiki (http://SlideWiki.org) and to look at the documentation
>> On behalf of the SlideWiki team,
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