Indieweb for Education

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Indieweb for Education is the application of indieweb principles to one's personal site with a particular emphasis on use cases for education, pedagogy, research, academic samizdat, and collaboration.

While the general principles of indieweb can apply to anyone's site, in an attempt to help foster the next generation of potential IndieWeb adopters who may be focused on teaching, education, and research, whether at the K-12, undergraduate, graduate, post-doc, or other levels, we're compiling some specific hints, tips, pointers, and examples which may be germane to these particular audiences to assist in their motivation and adoption.

In addition to the material below, be sure to see getting started, which is an excellent place to start for all people.


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Projects

Naturally any project could be used for educational or research purposes, but the following either are geared toward the academic/research spaces, or are heavily used by them and have a relatively rich ecosystem of additional functionality or plugins to expand their use specifically toward these areas. New users, particularly those of generations 2+ who may not be programmers/developers by nature may be advised to take a look at one or more of these for their base functionality.

Known

Main article: Known

The Known CMS was built as an opensource Indieweb project from the ground up, but the business side of the project is geared toward the education market, thus making it a convenient choice, particularly for classroom and collaborative use. Known's education specific page has some great motivation for using indieweb in learning and research environments.


Known
Topics Getting Started with Known
Content Plugins VideoRecipeReviewsFoodWatchingReactionsJournal
Syndication plugins TwitterFacebookFlickrFoursquareLinkedInSoundCloudLinkedIn (alternate)WordPressTumblrDiigoGithubKnown CrosspostDiasporaIRCIndieSyndicatePinboardArchive.org/WayBackMachinePnut.ioMastodon
System and Security HTML Output sanitisationTwo Factor AuthenticationSitemap.xmlBitly URL shortenerOAuth2 ServerNIST PasswordsAkismet
Import and Export Flickr ImportFile PickerMoves Import
Misc plugins Chrome ExtensionGist SupportUserColorsPushoverKnownTracksMarkdownInstagramShimLightboxEmoji renderingShort ProfileCleverdevil CustomizationsMastodonEmbed
Themes Han Shot FirstMaterialNature
Assistance Join the #indieweb chatIRC and other chat optionsKnown channelKnown Dev Google GroupOfficial DocumentationDevelopment on Github



WordPress

Main article: WordPress

WordPress is a commonly used CMS in general, but there is a large and engaged community of educators, researchers using it for a variety of academic specific plugins and functionality.

Plugins

The list below isn't specifically indieweb related, but are plugins, some with an indieweb flavor, which people interested in these areas may find useful.

Related


WordPress
Topics Getting Started on WordPressAdvanced WordPress Set UpPluginsThemesExamplesWordPress with BridgyDevelopmentDataSecurity
Primary Plugins Indieweb PluginWebmentionSemantic LinkbacksMicropubIndieAuthPost KindsSyndication LinksWebSub plugins
POSSE Plugins Social Network Auto PosterJetPack PublicizeBridgy PublishWP CrosspostTumblr CrosspostrMediumDiasposter
PESOS Plugins Keyring Social ImportersDsgnWrks Twitter ImporterDsgnWrks Instagram Importer
Other Plugins Webmention for (Threaded) CommentsIndieWeb Press ThisWordPress uf2OpenIDSimple LocationIndieweb ActionsPressForwardWhisperFollowblogroll2email
Themes SemPress • (SemPress Child Themes: SemPress Lite, SenPress, and Index) • Independent Publishermf2_s
Assistance Join the #indieweb chatIRC and other chat optionsWordPress Outreach ClubWordPress channel
See Also WordPress related wiki pagesWordPress.com


Omeka

Main article: Omeka

Omeka is a CMS built on a LAMP stack and designed for scholars, museums, libraries, archives, and enthusiasts to create complex narratives,share rich collections, research, exhibits, and digital projects.

Domain of One's Own

Main article: A Domain of One's Own

A Domain of One's Own (or DoOO) is a project at University of Mary Washington that allows students, faculty, and staff to register their own domain name and associate it with a hosted web space, free of charge. With their Domain and corresponding web space, users will have the opportunity and flexibility to design and create a meaningful and vibrant digital presence.

Flexible Modules for helping to incorporate Domain of One's Own into the curriculum.

Grav

Main article: Grav

Grav is a flat-file CMS built on PHP, with Twig templating, and YAML + Markdown for storing articles (YAML for metadata, Markdown for the content).

Paul Hibbitts has some Grav related resources available with regard to education.

Indieweb Examples

A group of people closely identified with the areas of research, teaching, academia, other:

Twitter List of Indieweb Participants related to the education space.

Others

People working in the space and at least tangentially knowledgeable or aware of indieweb:

People are heartily encouraged to look into the depth and breadth of other examples on the pages spanning the remainder of the wiki.

Group Teaching Examples

Related Conferences

Articles relating to Indieweb and Academe

Resources related to teaching/pedagogy/research

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