The vision of EEXCESS (
http://eexcess.eu ) is to push high-quality content from the so-called
to platforms and devices
which are used every day. Instead of navigating a multitude of
libraries, repositories and databases, users will find relevant and
specialised information in their habitual environment.
other client types (Chrome extension, Google docs plugin, WordPress
plugin) we created a Moodle plugin to enrich your lesson preparation
and your homework with references from cultural and scientific
reading a page and while writing an article it analyzes the actual
paragraph, does semantic analysis and uses a federated recommendation
service to suggest resources from cultural and scientific data
providers. (Europeana, Econbiz, Mendeley, Rijksmuseum, etc. ).
With a single click it is possible to embed the resource or citation into the own article.
All EEXCESS development is open source and available at https://github.com/EEXCESS/
Source code, installation instructions and installation file for the EEXCESS Moodle plugin is available on two places, as it consists of two plugins:
- local plugin: https://github.com/EEXCESS/MoodleServerPlugin
- atto editor plugin: https://github.com/EEXCESS/MoodleAttoEditorPlugin