Open source is about much more than free (as in beer and speech) software and hardware designs. It’s being harnessed to do things like bring free or affordable health care to undeveloped nations, and as the underpinning for free education.
The Screening Room
Collaborative teaching and learning can theoretically occur via a text wiki, but SlideWiki looks like it goes far beyond text wikis. This Google Hangout explains the rich feature set of SlideWiki, including machine translated versions of your digital presentations.
One of the key takeaways is that teachers can reuse content from SlideWiki, building about what other teachers and students have made. To stay in the loop on SlideWiki use and news, follow the SlideWiki account on Twitter.
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