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Welcome to Wikiversity!

universitas magistrorum et scholarium - a community of teaching and learning - is the basic definition of a university in Latin. Wikiversity is the viciversitas magistrorum et scholarium - a wiki-based community of teaching and learning.

Wikiversity is not a degree-granting institution. It does not have professors or staff or registered students. There are just people here

teaching - learning - discussing - creating - thinking

in many different subjects.

Wikiversity is a communal effort to learn and facilitate others' learning. You can use Wikiversity to find information or ask questions about a subject you need to find out more about. You can also use it to share your knowledge about a subject, and to build learning materials around that knowledge. See below for ideas on how you can help out yourself, or to help us help you.


Some open tasks[edit]

Current proposal
Wikiversity/Scope
Example
Wikiversity:Learning
Wikiversity:Online Course
What Wikiversity is not
Wikiversity subcommittee
Moving Wikiversity forward
Wikiversity (overview)
Wikiversity in Wikibooks



The U  in Wikiversity          (edit)
Find your place in the Wikiversity community
Education    - Hunter-gatherers | Scholars | Browsers | Masters
Service        - Wikipedia | Wikinews | Wikibooks
Research     - secondary | original | collaboration
Other           - Support staff | Student union | Faculty club