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<i>1914-1918-online – International Encyclopedia of the First World War</i> is an English-language online reference work on World War One. Launched in October 2014, the multi-perspective, public-access encyclopedia is a collaborative project by the largest network of WW1 researchers worldwide, spanning more than 50 countries. 1914-1918-online features innovative navigation and search functions based on semantic wiki technology and will eventually contain more than 1,000 articles. SMW is used as an editing system in the backend within which we can connect all metadata added.  +
This database aims to provide a comprehensive edition of all the known runiform inscriptions written by the Turkic peoples of Eurasia. The corpus aims at being comprehensive, uses a unified description model and notation system. The description of the inscriptions relies on already existing editions, both printed and on-line.  +
The AIFB Web Portal is the public web site of the Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. It uses Semantic MediaWiki to provide a highly customised Content Management System. The site provides content in two languages (German and English), and it offers rich views for browsing different kinds of data. The content of the AIFB Web Portal is regularly edited by most members of the institute, from secretary to professor, but it is not open for public editing.  +
A wiki in support of AIRLab, the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Laboratory at the Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering of Politecnico di Milano.  +
A wiki about martial arts. The wiki is embedded within a Wordpress website.  +
AcaWiki is like "Wikipedia for academic research" - it is designed to collect summaries and literature reviews of peer-reviewed academic research, and make them available to the general public. There are currently some 600 summaries of academic papers on AcaWiki, covering economics, psychology, sociology, business and computer science, among other fields. AcaWiki is run by an organization, also called AcaWiki, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit registered in California, founded in 2009 with seed funding from the Hewlett Foundation.  +
"''Aktanak'' is a repository of information of early stamp seals of the Middle East primarily focusing on Late Neolithic stamp seals. It was initially created to accompany the PhD of Simon Denham, an AHRC funded Collaborative Doctoral Award between the University of Manchester and The British Museum. The thesis was awarded in October 2013. It is the process of being updated to accompany the publication of "Late Neolithic and Early Chalcolithic Stamp Seals in the British Museum", also by Simon Denham and published by the British Museum Press. At present it covers 349 stamp seals and 166 other objects, mostly 'pendants' or sealings."  +
Whether you’re looking for interesting places to visit, exciting things to do, or a particular product or service, Around Isle of Wight is dedicated to bringing users the inside track on all you need to know about the island.  + started with the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art as an open platform for artists to share artist biographies as a free and open historiography for contemporary art.  +
BASAbali''Wiki'' is a Balinese-English-Indonesian reference dictionary wiki, created to provide resources to strengthen and promote the Balinese language, a minority language in Indonesia that is under stress from the forces of nationalization and globalization. Initially based on an unpublished dictionary written by Fred Eiseman, and already edited by a team of volunteers and professional linguists, the wiki is designed to develop and evolve along with the language. It can be used as a Balinese language reference tool as well as a translation dictionary with Indonesian and English. The wiki launched in Sept. 2014, with interfaces available in English, Balinese, and Indonesian.  +
BASESwiki was an initiative of the UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on Business and Human Rights, undertaken in cooperation with the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School. The core mission of BASESwiki is to improve access to, and the development of, rights-compatible mechanisms for addressing grievances between companies and the communities in which they operate.  +
Beachapedia is a wiki that captures decades of experience and knowledge gained by Surfrider Foundation activists, scientists and staff through hundreds of environmental and educational campaigns on our coasts. By sharing this resource with the public we hope to provide tools and information to help communities make a positive impact on their local beaches.  +
A wiki run under the umbrella of Project Brahma, a not-for-profit initiative aimed to create awareness about biodiversity conservation and the domino effects of species loss in India and across the world.  +
Book Owners Online is a directory of historical book owners, with information about their libraries, and signposts to further sources. It currently has entries for over 2450 British owners from the 16th to the 18th centuries, and is being expanded. Book Owners Online is authored by the book historian David Pearson, published by the UCL Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL), and generously funded by the Bibliographical Society, the Marc Fitch Fund, and the Board of Electors to the James PR Lyell Readership in Bibliography at the University of Oxford's Bodleian Library.  +
Båtwiki (pronounced "botwiki", with German o, translates to "boatwiki") is a Norwegian-language wiki site dedicated to practical boating information. It is partially a standard wiki, explaining boating terms, containing practical guides to yearly maintenance etc.; and partially a database of points of interest.  +
CODECS is a collaborative web platform which draws heavily on data management technologies from Semantic MediaWiki and its spin-offs to accommodate resources for the benefit of scholars of Celtic studies worldwide. By far its most ambitious ongoing project is the *selgā catalogue, a research and teaching tool focusing on annotated descriptions of historical sources (texts and manuscripts) and bibliographic records, with well over 15,000 entries and counting. Also of special note is Tionscadal na Nod, which serves as an aid to interpreting abbreviations and other devices employed by scribes of vernacular Irish manuscripts.  +
The nature of the work performed at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ([ PNNL]) fosters an environment that tends toward the forming of compartmentalized project groups who may interact little with other employees/groups. The internal CSA Central site was created to help address this issue by fostering better networking and information sharing between the various groups and individuals that comprise the Computational & Statistical Analytics ([ CSA]) division at PNNL. Within the CSA division at PNNL there are six groups totaling approximately 265 employees. These employees are comprised primarily of Scientists, Engineers, Researchers, Developers, Specialists, Managers, Administrators, and Interns. Nearly two-thirds of these division employees are now active on the CSA Central site to varying degrees.  +
“site of child-friendly venues. It is effectively a social enterprise, hosting a combination of paying and free venues who want to market themselves to the child-friendly market in the UK, and in the future abroad.”  +
“... a wiki that archives the results of common everyday fact checking efforts by anyone for any non-fiction work. When a publication such as a news article, book, government or company publishing, etc., is scrutinized for accuracy, the end result is usually two or more supporting or contradictory assertions from different reliable sources. These associated statements are semantically related and stored on the wiki along with full bibliographical data for the cited sources, and the documents are archived at [] to combat link rot.”  +
“The purpose of this wiki is to help you learn more about CC and give you a chance to collaborate with us. CC relies on its community of users to keep it strong, so now is your chance to get involved!”  +