SlideWiki's goal is to revolutionise how educational materials can be authored, shared and reused. By enabling authors and students to create and share slide decks as HTML in an open platform, communities around the world can benefit from materials created by world-leading educators on a wide range of topics.
Create a new deck or import existing slides from PowerPoint (*.pptx) or OpenDocument Presentation (*.odp) files. Your imported slides will be converted into HTML to allow you to continue to edit and add new content.
SlideWiki's editor offers many formatting tools, including being able to add images, videos, equations and code snippet.
SlideWiki is built on the Open Educational Resources (OER) ethos and all content is published under Creative Commons licenses. This means you can reuse and repurpose content from SlideWiki decks. SlideWiki allows you to create your own slides based on decks that have been published on SlideWiki by:
SlideWiki allows authors and students to collaborate. Through managing editing rights, you can enable colleagues to edit and add to your decks. Comments and Questions (coming soon) allow students and readers to interact with your decks.
Through a range of interactive and open tools, SlideWiki aims to nurture knowledge communities around the world. Our goal is to significantly increase content available to a world-wide audience. By involve peer-educators in improving and maintaining the quality and attractiveness of your e-learning content SlideWiki can give you a platform to support knowledge communities. With SlideWiki we aim to dramatically improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the collaborative creation of rich learning material for online and offline use.