Web-based Inquiry Science Education (WISE)
Get WISE running locally using Docker: https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/WISE-Docker
Setup WISE Local Development
- Develop WISE without IDE for Windows and Mac OSX developers using Docker (quick and easy, recommeded if you have OSX or Windows): https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/How-to-Setup-WISE:-Local-Development-Environment-using-Docker
- Develop WISE without IDE for Mac OSX developers (quick and easy, recommeded if you have OSX and want an alternative to the Docker method above): https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/How-to-Setup-WISE:-Local-Development-Environment-without-using-IDE-(MAC-OSX)
- Develop WISE with Eclipse (longer to set up but provides more debugging options): https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/How-to-Setup-WISE:-Local-Development-Environment-using-Eclipse
Setup WISE on a Server: https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/How-to-Setup-WISE-on-a-Server
Design Doc and Notes: https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki/WISE5-Design-Documentation-and-Notes
Other documentation: https://github.com/WISE-Community/WISE/wiki
Developer mailinglist: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/wise-dev
Open-source license: GNU General Public License, v3. See LICENSE.txt for details.
To see WISE in action and for inquiry science curricula developed by the WISE research team at UC Berkeley, visit https://wise.berkeley.edu.