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World University & School's (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University - like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware) - mission, in reaching out to the entire world, is to provide a free, wiki-based education platform and, through facilitating the development of broadband worldwide, to make our service accessible to under served parts of the world. The WUaS mission is thus to facilitate all levels of teaching and learning opportunities (and future degrees) through an open, editable wiki in all languages, nation-states and subjects with great universities, and for One Laptop per Child countries and everyone.
 
 
  
  
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Revision as of 04:40, 25 May 2010


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World University and School {in a virtual world}

Welcome to World University and School Wiki
which anyone can add to or edit.
The Global, Virtual/Digital, Open, Free, {potentially Degree- and Credit-Granting},
Multilingual University & School
where anyone can teach or take a class or course


About WUaS Museums

World University and School will link with multiple, online museums, as a wiki. While World University & School may develop its own museum over time, in a virtual world, for example, at first WUaS will simply aggregate free, open museums that are accessible on the web. Just as many universities have their libraries, World University and School will have many diverse, free open libraries.


  • Add a Museum.
  • Add Museums below with free, open, online content, where you can 'go' there online.


Museums

Add free, online Museum Museum http:// Location Other Info Language Tags
Digibarn Cyber-Museum http://www.digibarn.com/collections/index.html The DigiBarn Computer Museum seeks to capture personal stories and track technological evolution through a large collection of vintage computer systems, manuals, videos, interviews, and other fossil relics of the "Cambrian explosion" of personal computing that ignited in 1975.


Other Museums

Add free, online Museum Museum http:// Location Other Info Language Tags


Alternative Museums

Add free, online Museum Museum http:// Location Other Info Language Tags


Digibarn Cyber-Museum http://www.digibarn.com/collections/index.html The DigiBarn Computer Museum seeks to capture personal stories and track technological evolution through a large collection of vintage computer systems, manuals, videos, interviews, and other fossil relics of the "Cambrian explosion" of personal computing that ignited in 1975.


Louvre Museum. http://www.louvre.fr/llv/musee/visite_virtuelle.jsp?bmLocale=en Online visitors can view the museums 175,000 permanent pieces and experience the building and its history in 3D.

Museum of Modern Art. http://www.moma.org/ Modern and contemporary art, this museum contains a huge online database for exploration and learning.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. http://www.metmuseum.org/ A large searchable database of The Met's permanent collection for online viewers to explore.

CAMIO. http://www.oclc.org/camio/default.htm The Catalog of Art Museums Images Online contains a huge database of 95,000 art images online. This database of rights-cleared images for educational use features images along with audio, video, and multimedia.

Smithsonian Institute. http://www.si.edu/ A virtual database of art, science, and history museum exhibits.

The Tate. http://www.tate.org.uk/ National art gallery houses the greatest collection of British art. The Tate features large full color pictures of its entire collection online along with in-depth explanations.

Olga's Gallery. http://www.abcgallery.com/ Over 10,000 works of art.

The National Gallery of Canada. http://www.gallery.ca/ The National Gallery of Canada (NGC), features over 10,000 images of the permanent collection online.

The State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace. http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/ A high-resolution digital gallery to closely examine art pieces online.

The National Gallery. http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/ Western European paintings. The entire collection of 2,300 paintings is available online through high quality images.

Seattle Art Museum. http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/ The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) has more than 23,000 pieces in their permanent collection, some of which can be viewed online.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. http://www.sfmoma.org/ Allows you to explore 4,446 pieces of the permanent collection online. The Artscope visual browser offered by SFMOMA provides a unique virtual experience for online visitors.

Whitney Museum of American Art. http://whitney.org/ The Artport, offered by the Whitney Museum of American Art, allows online visitors to experience the museum online. The museum's collection can be explored through audio, video, and pictures.

The Art Institute of Chicago. http://www.artic.edu/aic/ This online museum site gives you digital access to most of the permanent collection; also features an Art Explorer for exploration of the Impressionist and Post Impressionist collection.

Addison Gallery of American Art. http://www.addisongallery.org/ In Andover, Massachusetts, it features their entire permanent collection online.


Virtual Models of the Earth

(http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University)