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Wikiversity – Set learning free — is a collection of wikis of the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF) in different languages, for the creation and use of free learning materials and activities. Wikiversity is a multi-dimensional social organization dedicated to learning, teaching, research, and service. Officially launched 2006, its primary goals are to:

  • Create and host free content, multimedia learning materials, resources, and curricula; for all age groups in all languages;
  • Develop collaborative learning projects and communities around these materials.

Written text is made available under two open content free licenses: the GNU Free Documentation License (GNU FDL, or GFDL), and the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license (CC-BY-SA 3.0).[1]

All Wikiversities in these languages: (view / edit)

As of December 2017, Wikimedia Meta-Wiki indicates that there are 17 Wikiversities of different languages.

10,000+: German / Deutsch (de), English (en), French / Français (fr)
1,000+: Multilingual (beta), Arabic / العربية (ar), Czech / Čeština (cs), Spanish / Español (es), Italian / Italiano (it), Portuguese / Português (pt), Russian / Русский (ru)
100+: Greek / Ελληνικά (el), Finnish / Suomi (fi), Hindi / हिन्दी (hi), Japanese / 日本語 (ja), Korean / 한국어 (ko), Slovene / Slovenščina (sl), Swedish / Svenska (sv)

The red links above need the {{Wiki}} infobox template, their Wikiversity URLs, the {{Wikimedia-stub}} template, and the {{Wikiversity}} template added.

To not include articles which use this template in the category:Wikiversity, type (or copy and paste) {{Wikiversity|cat=no}} as a parameter before }}