World University and School {in a virtual world}

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The Global, Virtual/Digital, Open, Free, {potentially Degree- and Credit-Granting},
Multilingual University & School
where anyone can teach or take a class or course

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Preliminary SPARQL endpoint for Wikidata [Wikidata-l] non-degree Markus Kroetzsch Browser "Below this email are some example queries to get you started (this is a bit of a learning-by-doing crash course in SPARQL too" English
Course's Name http:// non-degree Browser Start anytime English

WUaS Idea- and Academic ResourcesEdit


Use the newly developing WikiData ( and WikiBase ( for the 'backend' of the World University and School wiki.

Publish my article in a WUaS academic journal in this subjectEdit

Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project.

(WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at

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Manske, Magnus. 2014. THE WHELMING: TECH, TOOLS, AND TRIBULATIONS. Cambridge, UK:

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Ayers, Phoebe, Charles Matthews and Ben Yates. 2008. How Wikipedia Works: And How You Can Be a Part of It. No Starch Press.

Lih, Andrew. 2009. The Wikipedia Revolution: How a Bunch of Nobodies Created the World's Greatest Encyclopedia. Hyperion.

Reagle Jr., Joseph Michael, with Lawrence Lessig. 2010. Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Tapscott, Don and Anthony Williams. 2006. Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. Portfolio Hardcover.

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MediaWiki. 2014. MediaWiki Project:Calendar. .

WikiMedia IRC office hours. 2014. WikiMedia IRC office hours. .

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OpenSym 2014 (formerly WikiSym) in Berlin, Germany, Aug 27-29. In-cooperation with ACM SIGWEB, ACM SIGSOFT, archived in the ACM Digital Library.

General call for papers:

Track-specific calls for research papers:

1. Open Data:

2. Open Educational Resources:

3. Free/Libre/Open Source Software

4. (IT-Driven) Open Innovation:

5. Wikis and Open Collaboration:

6. Wikipedia

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Pintscher, Lydia, and Daniel Kintzler, with Gerard Meijssen (interviewer). 2012. #Wikidata, the interview. Netherlands: .

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The Wikidata-l Archives. 2014. The Wikidata-l Archives.

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DBpedia 2014 Downloads. 2014. DBpedia 2014 Downloads. (This pages provides downloads of the DBpedia datasets; DBpedia is a crowd-sourced community effort to extract structured information from Wikipedia and make this information available on the Web. DBpedia allows you to ask sophisticated queries against Wikipedia, and to link the different data sets on the Web to Wikipedia data. We hope that this work will make it easier for the huge amount of information in Wikipedia to be used in some new interesting ways). .

MediaWiki Tutorial. 2014. MediaWiki Tutorial: How to Install and Use MediaWiki.

Wikidata Toolkit. 2014. Wikidata Toolkit. (See too: and and

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AFP. 2012. Wikipedia sees future - and threat - in cell phones. December 13.

Ananian, C. Scott. 2015. SUBMISSIONS/TEMPLATES ARE DEAD! LONG LIVE TEMPLATES!.!_Long_live_templates! .

billava. 2011. Wikipedia Edits Around the World. May 23.

Brady, Diane. 2011. Jimmy Wales's Wikipedia Balancing Act: The Wikipedia founder on empowering his army of volunteers while still maintaining control of the site—and not selling out. June 2. Business Week.

Bustillos, Maria. 2011. Wikipedia And The Death Of The Expert. May 17.

Carr, David. 2012. How I’m Surviving (or Trying to) Without Wikipedia at My Fingertips. January 18. New York, NY: New York Times.

DAVIS, BRYAN, CHAD HOROHOE AND KUNAL MEHTA. 2015. Modernizing MediaWiki with libraries. JANUARY 29. .

Douglas, James Earl. 2015. SOA proliferation through specification. San Francisco, CA: .

Education/Assignment Design. 2012. Education/Assignment Design.

Erxleben, Fredo, Michael Günther, Markus Krötzsch, Julian Mendez, and Denny Vrandecic. 2014. Introducing Wikidata to the Linked Data Web. Dresden, Germany: Technische Universität Dresden.

Ferguson, Lisa, Weiping Li, Alex Laverty, Renata Avila, Chan Myae Khine, Ellery Roberts Biddle, and Sarah Myers (eds.). 2013. Netizen Report: Wikimedia Stands Ground in Russia, France. April 16.

Gardner, Sue. 2013. Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director Sue Gardner’s response to paid advocacy editing and sockpuppetry. October 21.

Geiger, S. and Ford, H. 2011. Participation in Wikipedia's article deletion processes. (See Heather Ford's papers here - Proc. WikiSym '11.

Graham, Mark (and Jon Hughes?). 2014. Geotagging Reveals Wikipedia Is Not Quite So Equal After All. London, UK: .

Grants:IEG/Wikidata Toolkit. 2013. Grants:IEG/Wikidata Toolkit.

Hill, Benjamin Mako. 2011. Almost Wikipedia: What Eight Collaborative Encyclopedia Projects Reveal About Mechanisms of Collective Action. Cambridge, MA:

horselight. 2012. Wikipedia As a "War Zone," Rather Than a Collaboration. June 23.

jampola. 2011. Wikipedia To Dump GoDaddy Over SOPA.

Kohs, Gregory. 2011. Wikimedia UK stonewalling effort to see documents. December 20.

Kohs, Gregory. 2011. Wikipedia's forgotten creator. December 23.

Krötzsch, Markus. 2012. Wikidata: The Next Big Thing for Wikipedia. October 7. Oxford, UK:

Mani. 2011. Average Wikipedia reader is 36 years old.

Mietchen, Daniel, Sabrina Eckert, Soraya Sierra, Scott Edmunds, David King, Gregor Hagedorn. 2014. pro-iBiosphere - Coordination & policy development in preparation for a European Open Biodiversity Knowledge Management System, addressing Acquisition, Curation, Synthesis, Interoperability & Dissemination Proposal. Berlin, DE:

Ohlig, Jens. 2014. Establishing Wikidata as the central hub for linked open life science data. Oktober 22. .

Palmer, Craig L. 2011. Wikia to move our 500+ domains from GoDaddy over their support of SOPA legislation. December 30.

Pintscher, Lydia. 2015. Scaling Wikidata: success means making the pie bigger. January 3. Berlin, DE: .

Pintscher, Lydia. 2013. Wikidata:First Birthday. October 29. Mountain View, CA:

Pintscher, Lydia. 2013. First steps of Wikidata in the Hungarian Wikipedia. January 14. Berlin, Germany:

Pintscher, Lydia. 2012. Wikidata applies for the Knight News Challenge and you can help. June 25. Berlin, Germany:

Richter, Pavel. 2013. The Future of Wikidata. February 20. Berlin, Germany:

Roth, Matthew. 2012. The Wikipedia data revolution. March 30th. Berlin, Germany:

Saenz, Aaron. 2012. Who’s Donating to Wikipedia? Everybody. Latest Drive Raises $20M from 1M+ Donors. January 10.

Saldanha, Ayesha. 2011. India: The Future of Wikipedia. June 30. Cambridge, MA: Global Voices Online.

Shema, Hadas. 2012. Interview with Richard Price, CEO. October 31. Scientific American Blogs.

Simón, Cristina with Dani Easton (trans). 2013. Wikipedia Reaches 400,000 Article Milestone. April 19. Cambridge, MA:

Soulskill. 2011. Wikimedia Foundation Enables HTTPS For All Projects. October 04.


Vrandečić, Denny. 2012. Wikidata as a central free repository of identifiers for the whole Web. Berlin, Germany: Wikimedia Deutschland.

Vrandečić, Denny, and Markus Krötzsch. 2014. Wikidata: A Free Collaborative Knowledge Base. Vol. 57 No. 10, Pages 78-85 10.1145/2629489. (Creative Commons' licensed). Communications of the ACM.

Vrandečić, Denny, and Markus Krötzsch. 2014 (forthcoming). Wikidata: A Free Collaborative Knowledge Base. In Communications of the ACM (to appear). Communications of the ACM.

What is a wiki? 2007. What is a wiki?. Cambridge, MA: MIT Open Course Ware.

Wiki entry. 2012. Wiki. Wikipedia.

Wikidata code review. 2013. Wikidata Code review.

Wikidata Development plan. 2014. Wikidata:Development plan.

Wikidata status updates. 2013. Wikidata status updates. July 5.

Wikidata:Status updates/2015 01 17. 2015. Wikidata:Status updates/2015 01 17.

Wikimedia Foundation 2011-12 Annual Plan. 2012. Wikimedia Foundation 2011-12 Annual Plan. Wikimedia Foundation.

Wikipedia:Why Wikipedia is so great. 2012. Wikipedia:Why Wikipedia is so great.

Wikipedia as a Teaching Tool: Learning Objectives and Assignments Types. 2012. Wikipedia as a Teaching Tool: Learning Objectives and Assignments Types.

Wikipedia entry. 2012. Wikipedia. Wikipedia.

Wikipedia will survive for another year reaches 20 million fundraising target. 2012. Wikipedia will survive for another year reaches 20 million fundraising target. January 2.

Wortham, Jenna. 2012. A Political Coming of Age for the Tech Industry. January 17. New York, NY: New York Times.

Zelenkauskaite, A., & Massa, P. 2011. Digital libraries and social Web: Insights from Wikipedia users’ activities. July. Rome, Italy: Proceedings of IADIS Collaborative Technologies 2011.

Semantic Wiki

" Semantic Web & Identity

Here are links to documents that demonstrate how the combined prowewss of HTTP URI based denotation, Linked Data based structured data representation, entity relations semantics (expressed using RDF), PKI (Public Key Infrastructure), and TLS (implemented across all major user HTTP agents) to address the thorny issue of Web-scale verifiable identity.

Using our YouID app [1] for iOS, I am able to generate Identity cards comprised of claims that I can then verify (using relation semantics) across an HTTP network (e.g. World Wide Web). The steps are as follows:

[1] Generate Identity Card -- this includes using OAuth to interact with a choosen social media service to obtain profile data which is imprinted into a locally stored identity card that's paired with a public HTML5 document (a mirror of the public component of the claims stored on my iPad or iPhone)

[2] Verify Identiy Card Claims -- this is where HTTP URIs, Linked Data, TLS, and entity relation semantics come into play via the WebID+TLS extension to TLS (which simply performs a lookup of an HTTP URI embedded in the local identity card en route to testing that claims in the public profile document mirror identical claims in the local identity card).

Here are the results of the steps above:

[1] -- HTML based Identity Card (Profile Document) for my G+ persona

[2] -- Successful Verification of Identity Card Claims (using WebID+TLS protocol)

[3] -- Vapour verification of the Microdata based Linked Data that provides my HTML5 based Identity Card

[4] -- Vapour verification of the JSON based Linked Data that provides my HTML5 based Identity Card

[5] -- Vapour verification of the TURTLE based Linked Data that provides my HTML5 based Identity Card .


[1] -- YouID home page ."


Cloudy concept. 2014. from ... click on "cloud concept" ... to ...

Meijssen, Gerard. 2014. #Wikipedia - an alternative to #bots. Almere, Netherlands:

Requests_for_comment/How_to_deal_with_open_datasets. 2014.

Templates using data from Wikidata. 2014.

VisualEditor/User_guide. 2014.

Wikibase/Beta_Features/Other_projects_sidebar. 2014.

Wikidata:Development_plan. 2014.

Wikidata IRC office hours. 2014. IRC office hours/Office hours 2014-05-19. May 19.

Resources to Add

Links from Wikidata-l March 31, 2015 office hours:

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Florin, Fabrice. 2014. Structured Data for Commons: A Project Overview. (Slides describing the new Structured Data project, a collaboration between: Multimedia Team (Wikimedia Foundation), Wikidata Team (Wikimedia Deutschland), Wikimedia Community). Mountain View, CA: .

Hendler, Jim. 2010. The Semantic Web: 2010 Update. .

Kinzler, Daniel. 2013. The technology behind Wikidata.

State of Wikidata (Wikimania 2013). 2013. State of Wikidata (Wikimania 2013). Berlin, Germany: Wikidata.

Wikimania 2013 presentation slides. 2013. Category:Wikimania 2013 presentation slides. Berlin, Germany:

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Ford, Heather. 2013. Heather Ford - DPhil Student - Publications. (Heather Ford is a DPhil student who studies how Wikipedians write history as it happens. Her research covers online collaboration, conflict, historiography, alternative media, the Arab Spring and intellectual property rights). Oxford, England: Oxford Internet Institute.

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Ohlig, Jens. 2014. Why Wikidata is so important to Histropedia. September 2. Berlin, DE: .

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Wikidata:Status updates. 2015. Wikidata:Status_updates. .

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Bruckman, Amy. 2013. The Speed and Accuracy of Wikipedia: A Family Story. May 28. The Next Bison: Social Computing and Culture.

Héder, Mihály. 2011. Sztakipedia toolbar screencast October 1, 2011. (An assisting tool for help with finding the right links, categories and infoboxes, etc., for Mediawiki). YouTube.

Hergueux, Jerome. 2013. Cooperation in a Peer Production Economy: Experimental Evidence from Wikipedia. December 3. Cambridge, MA: .

Howard, Dorothy. 2013. Wikipedia & Cultural Heritage Institutions: Opportunities for Partnership - Dorothy Howard. Rutgers CommInfo Youtube channel.

Kinzler, Daniel. 2012. CPEU2 - Implementation and integration of Wikipedias next big thing - Daniel Ki. August 24. Berlin, Germany: Campus Party.

leelefever. 2007. Wikis in Plain English. May 29.

Modeling causes. 2014. Modeling causes. .

Pintscher, Lydia. 2012. Wikidata: Wikimedia going structured data (FrOSCon12).

Reagle, Joseph. 2010. Joseph Reagle on Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia. 18 October. Cambridge, MA: Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

Safer, Morley. 2015. Wikimania: Meet the Wikipedians. Those "persnickety," techy types who keep your favorite Internet information website brimming with data. April 5. New York, NY: .

stickfigureparades. 2009. The History of Wikipedia (in two minutes).

Treitikov, Lila. 2014. Lila Tretikov, Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation. (See others from Wikimania Saturday here, as well: London, UK: Wikimania 2014.

Vrandečić, Denny. 2012. Wikidata - Semantic Wikipedia. Yury Katkov Youtube channel.

Wales, Jimmy. 2009. The Future of Free Culture: Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia. October 7. New Haven, CT: Information Society Project at the Yale Law School.

Wales, Jimmy. 2012. Jimmy Wales on the Future of Wikipedia.


Meijssen, Gerard. 2014. #Wikidata - Bill Sinegal, a US rhythm & blues musician. July 4. Almere, NL: Words and what not.

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Bowring, Samuel. 2009. Wiki and Web Site Instructions. Cambridge, MA: MIT Open Course Ware.

Mitchell, Ryan and Yuki Yamada. 2013. [ Wikipedia Edits Around the Globe: The Where and When of Language]. (In multiple languages). Cambridge, MA:

Music Brainz. 2014. Music Brainz and Wikidata. (MusicBrainz is an open music encyclopedia that collects music metadata and makes it available to the public; see, too:

Omega Wiki. 2014. Omega Wiki]. Wiki Loves Monuments. 2013. Wiki Loves Monuments: The Wikipedia photo contest around cultural heritage.


Autolist. 2014. [ Autolist: }. (FOR EDITING WIKIDATA, please use this tool's successor, AutoList 2! This tool can create a live list of items based on a Wikidata Query. .

Data dumps. 2014. Data dumps. (See, too: Index of /wikidatawiki/latest/). .

Gerrit/New repositories. 2014. Gerrit/New repositories. (Access to Git is managed via Wikimedia Labs and integrated with Gerrit).

Krötzsch, Markus, Michael Günther, Julian Mendez. 2014. Wikidata Toolkit: A Java library for working with Wikidata. .

Reasonator. 2014. Reasonator. .

Wikidata Classes and Properties. 2014. Wikidata Classes and Properties. .

WikidataQuery API. 2014. WikidataQuery API: A service that offers the ability to run complex queries on items in Wikidata. .

Wikidata Query. 2014. Wikidata Query: A service that offers the ability to run complex queries on items in Wikidata, and related tools. / .

Wikidata RDF Exports. 2014. Wikidata RDF Exports.

Wikidata and RDF

Create HDT Binary RDF Parser and Writer for Sesame Rio. 2014. Create HDT Binary RDF Parser and Writer for Sesame Rio. .

Implement complete RDF mapping for entities (tracking). 2013. Implement complete RDF mapping for entities (tracking). .

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Bangalore. 2013. Bangalore. (An example how of Wikidata geocoordinates work).

Extension:Wikibase -

Extension:Wikibase Client -

Extension:Wikibase Repository. 2014. Wikibase_Repository Extension: Wikibase Repository. Wikibase_Repository.

GLAM-WIKI. 2014. GLAM-WIKI. (The GLAM-WIKI project supports GLAMs and other institutions who want to work with Wikimedia to produce open-access, freely-reusable content for the public). .

Interwiki. 2014. Manual: Interwiki.

Sandbox - MediaWiki. 2011. Sandbox - MediaWiki.

SMWDIWikiPage Class Reference. 2011. SMWDIWikiPage Class Reference. (This class implements wiki page data items). 2012. [1]. ( is a localisation platform for translation communities, language communities, and free and open source projects).

WikiData -

Wikidata/Technical proposal -

Wikidata Toolkit. 2014. Wikidata Toolkit.

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Computer Science:



Database Systems:

Free Digital Society:

Graphic Design:

Hacking - Computers (certified, ethical):,_ethical)

Information Technology:

Internet Studies:

Media Lab at WUaS:

Media Studies:


Network Neutrality:

Network Society:

Networks - Technical:

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Social Media:

Social Science:

Society, Technology and Science:,_Technology_and_Science


Theorizing Cultural Change:

Web Page Design and Production:


Wikidata databases and ecosystems:

WUaS NavigationEdit

New WUaS in MediaWiki:

Academic Advising at WUaSEdit

Academic Press at World University and SchoolEdit

Academic Press at World University and School:

Access to Live, or Email, University Technical ExpertiseEdit

Ask a question in a specific discipline, or find, for example, a Robotics' or Computer programmer, or Translator, easily and freely.

Additional CategoriesEdit

Admissions at World University and SchoolEdit

Admissions' Department:

Flyer seeking degree-oriented, WUaS students: 'Quaker-informed World University & School seeks friendly, undergraduate students for free, online, Greatest Universities-centric, bachelor’s degrees to apply in the autumn of 2013, for matriculation in autumn 2014' - - and accessible here, also - WUaS holds open, electronically-mediated, hour-long, monthly business meeting on the second Saturdays at 9 am Pacific Time, in the manner of Quakers - email if you'd like to participate.

Digital and Print catalog

Assistive TechnologiesEdit

WUaS plans to anticipate numerous developing assistive technologies for sight-impaired, hearing-impaired, and similar -

Assistive Technologies:

Blog at World University and SchoolEdit

Bookstore / Computer Store (New & Used) at World University and SchoolEdit

Bookstore / Computer Store (New & Used) at WUaS:

with educational electronics, as well; with musical instruments; value pricing ... 2% below market, consistently; available via mail and electronically;

Calendar (Schedule what you'd like to teach)Edit


Join the World University and School Google + Group to add to its wiki-like calendar to teach an open, free class or course, converse about ideas, and jam (e.g. musically or theater improvisation): .


Career counseling:

Finding / creating a job you really love:

WUaS Job hunting:




Geodetic datums such as WGS84 or GPS

Geohash keys

... in a virtual world


Many thanks to each of you!

Please feel free to hyperlink your name to a location of your choice (or tell WUaS where to link to - Please do not hesitate to let WUaS know if you think that somebody (including yourself) has been forgotten, now or in the future; please include a URL, which is, of course, one main way identity created on the internet.

Digital To DoEdit


Brainwave device / Headset

Broadcast to radio frequencies

Broadcast to TV / television

Create EMail group for page

Digital Text to Audio file format (Browse Aloud / Read Aloud?)

Google Glass

MIT OCW Mirror Site Instructions:

Oculus Rift


Publish to DVD


Send to phone




Free Degrees / CreditEdit

MIT OCW Audio Video Courses:

Admissions at World University and School:

Conference Method of Teaching and Learning:

The College at World University and School:

Ph.D. Degrees at World University and School:

World University Law School:

World University Medical School:

World University Music School:

WUaS International Baccalaureate Diploma and Programme:
(beginning with United Nations' languages - Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Russian, Spanish)

In Google EarthEdit

Google Earth.

In Virtual WorldEdit

(Search on the word 'lists' here, too:

3D Learn. 2013.

Active Worlds Educational Universe (AWEDU). 2012.

Alice. 2012.

Minecraft. 2012.

Edusim. 2013.

Gifted 2013.

ISTE – SIGMS. 2013.

Kaneva. 2014.

Open Cobalt. 2013.

OpenSim. 2012. (

Open Croquet. 2012. and

Open Wonderland. 2012.

Primary Games. 2013.

Quest Atlantis. 2012. (

SimScience. 2012.

Second Life - Harvard's virtual island. 2012. - and teach, learn and share ideas - in group voice chat, or in group type chat, and via building.

SmallWorlds. 2014. 2014.

Twinity. 2014.

Unity3D. 2012.

WiloStar3D. 2013.

World of Warcraft in School. 2014.

Add a learning-oriented virtual world here:

Travel to this virtual island to learn building:

Item NumberEdit

Global ID and Multiple IDs - see

Bar code


Learning NetworkingEdit

Teach and Learn using free Social Networking software to share what courses, etc., you find edifying, what you enjoy learning ....

About Me - World University and School -'s World University and School -'s World University and School -'s World University and School - ('This group may be archived').

Good Reads -

Google + Profiles - - Scott MacLeod -

Google + Profiles Company page - - World University and School -

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Quora -

Research Gate -'s World University and School -'s World University and School -'s World University and School -

Wer Kennt Wen - World University and School -

World University & School 'subject page' group

World University & School Share This

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Linked Open DataEdit

Linked Open Data, Linked Data for artificial intelligence and machine learning, with a focus on privacy and security.

List of WikipediasEdit

List of Wikipedias. 2015. List of Wikipedias. .

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Justin TV -

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MIT UnHangouts -

Ustream TV -

Video CommunicationEdit

Teach and learn using free TV-Live Broadcasting software

Free video conferencing

iChat -

Skype -

Free, group video conferencing

AnyMeeting -

Google + Hangout - -

Meeting Burner - – up to 15 connection

ooVoo -

Paltalk -

sifonr - free communication -‎

Tokbox | OpenTok - API -

Vyew -

Web Huddle - - - Cloud HD Video Meetings -

Universal Translator at WUaSEdit

Google Translate language:

Sugar Labs: Translation System language:


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Babelxl. 2015. Babelxl: the best translator. .

Babylon Online Translation. 2015. Babylon Online Translation. (Offering hundreds of dictionaries and translation in more than 800 language pairs). . 2015. .

Google Translate. 2015. Google Translate. .

SDL Free Translation. 2015. SDL Free Translation. .

Word Lingo Free Translation Tools. 2015. Word Lingo Free Translation Tools and Machine Translation Products. .

Select Video with Subtitles for Translation 2015. Captions, subtitles, and translations simplified. (Amara makes video globally accessible: Captions, subtitles, and translations simplified).

TED Open Translation Project. 2015. TED Open Translation Project. (See - - and - .

The "Universitian" Newspaper at World University and SchoolEdit

The "Universitian" Newspaper at WUaS

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Wikia -

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Wikidata / BotsEdit

World University and School LicensingEdit

World University and School - like Wikipedia with Greatest Universities' OpenCourseWare - incorporated as a nonprofit effective April 2010 and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, educational organization charity.

World University & School is a community of learners and teachers who value — and are themselves strengthened by — the rich diversity of its participants. In order to cultivate a flourishing teaching, learning and creating conversation in a diverse and complex world, WUaS welcomes all languages, students, families, faculty, board members, and staff with differences based on (but not limited to) race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, family structure, and economic background.

All content on this site is freely available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) - .

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