Wiki Encyclopedia of Law – is a major publication venture toward a comprehensive coverage of law and the legal profession. It is an international, interdisciplinary, and collaborative project, spanning all the relevant areas of law and legal practice, and advised by leading scholars from around the world.
EverySlide – run polls and ask questions using an audience’s devices. Create a presentation in PowerPoint or Keynote, the same way you always did. Upload it to everyslide.com and press present. You will get a unique URL the audience can use to join your slideshow using any device they happen to have.
What’s Next? – are resources for learning languages and Github projects. It is for beginners so they know where to look first. It’s also for experts so they can find resources to dig deeper. And for freelancers to figure out what they should learn next.
Wedgies – the best way to engage your audience is with a poll, and that is exactly what Wedgies offers. But this service is slightly different because it focuses your site growth via social media. Ask a question, the audience replies, and it gets shared on social media.
Webiners – offers webcasts, workshops, recorded seminars, lectures and much more. Webiners is a platform that allows you to access the big lessons that experts are giving for free so you can empower your business education and make better decisions in your professional career.