SlideWiki provides open educational resourcs and courses across a wide range of topics and education levels. Slides and presentations can be reused and adapted to suit your needs.
Create a new deck or import existing slides from PowerPoint (*.pptx) or OpenDocument Presentation (*.odp) files. Your imported slides will be converted into HTML slides to allow you to continue to edit and add new slides.
There are many ways that you and your students can engage and interact with slides and decks. Use the Slideshow mode to view a deck as a slideshow. Includes a timer and speaker notes' view. Share decks via social media or email.
SlideWiki is an online slideshow tool that offers users the chance to create and collaborate on slides, assessments and to share content as structured open educational resources using a Creative Commons licence. With SlideWiki you can engage with your audience by collaborating with colleagues to co-design and co-create course materials and share your knowledge across the world. SlideWiki is an open-source platform, and all its content can be reused under Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license. SlideWiki development, large-scale trials and underlying research is funded from Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 under grant agreement no 688095. The project involves 17 partners to develop, test and trial SlideWiki. visit the project website.