Posts Categorized: Tech

Learning Resource Metadata and P2PU

P2Pu has been working with the LRMI (Learning Resource Metadata Initiative) project for some time, to help make online OERs more discoverable. We’re proud to be profiled in a case study by LRMI’s Lorna Campbell. A lot of projects whose OER work we admire have been part of this initiative, and we’re tickled pink to… Continue Reading →

Make the Web with P2PU and Mozilla

Starting Monday, May 12th, P2PU and Mozilla will be offering online training and professional development as part of our commitment to help educators and others teach web literacy. Webmaker Training is for teachers, informal educators, developers, designers and Mozilla community members to make and learn together, in an effort to create a more web literate… Continue Reading →

Introducing Marvin

Image CC-BY-SA John Greenaway

At the start of the year we spent some time on behind the scenes work. We had a long overdue software upgrade that we needed to perform on our main server. At the same time we took the opportunity to improve how we maintain the systems to run the tools we use for P2PU. Maintaining… Continue Reading →

No getting lost in translation here…

If you haven’t noticed anything different yet, we pushed out a new release of lernanta on p2pu.org today! The first mayor change is that a few heroes contributed new translations and updated existing ones! You can now read and use P2PU in English, Korean, Swedish, Chinese, Spanish, Dutch and Hebrew translations. We also updated the… Continue Reading →