Open Encyclopedia System (OES)OES is an open source, standardised online platform for creating, publishing and maintaining online encyclopedias (and other works of reference) in the fields of the Humanities and the Social Sciences that are accessible worldwide via Open Access. For more information on the OES framework and current OES use cases visit the Open Encyclopedia System website.
OES Demo application (OES Demo)OES Demo (this website) is an exemplary online encyclopedia created with the OES framework and offers users a first-hand experience of OES functionalities and features. The OES Demo consists of an editorial layer (WordPress Plugin) to administrate and edit content or configure OES features, a website (WordPress Theme) to display the content and an exemplary data model including sample data. The OES framework can be used to realise a customised online reference work. See About OES Demo on different ways to use the OES Demo application.
Featured Article : Encyclopædia Britannica
The Encyclopædia Britannica is the oldest English-language general encyclopedia and was first published in 1768 in Edinburgh. The Encyclopædia Britannica relies “upon both outside experts and its own editors with various subject-area proficiencies to write its entries, and has a long-held reputation for readability and accuracy." In 2012, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. announced that future printings would be discontinued and replaced by digital products.
|Date uploaded||17 February 2021|
|Media License||Public Domain|
|Author Attribution||By "A Society of Gentlemen in Scotland" - Houghton Library, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34050972|