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In the wiki environment an open literary history is created in which the meaning clusters can be implemented in various different didactic contexts. The everchanging ever-changing combination and selection of these learning units provide the lecturers – lecturers – depending on the topic, question posed and seminar type – type – with the possibility of applying the material in a differentiated manner.   

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  • Open read serves as a reader for literary facts and currently consists of over 150 articles on modern Greek literary history between the years 1669-2000. The articles in the open reader help to get a better glimpse into special aspects of literary history. The authors are trying not to create a canon and to allow the readers of the wiki to choose their own freely chosen path through the literary history via hyperlinks.  
  • Open search can be used for a targetted targeted search. The articles in the open reader are neither chronological nor sorted according to people. The search registers within the open search (date, author, publication) serve as a gateway to nonlinear reading and allow the reader to go down his/her own reading path via navigation points and links within the text. Thereby, for example, the search for an author results in a number of articles on various aspect of his/her work; an all-comprehensive article on the author's works is not available.    
  • Open learn collects the seminar-specific syllabi that the lecturers have compiled in which the texts are selected, combined and categorized based on the focus of the session or meeting. 
  • Open write is the area in which the students practice working academically with the use of texts on literary history (writing, peer reviewing). The students also have the possibility of writing articles for the Greece portal of Wikipedia. Several term papers that use this type of blueprint were scrutinzed scrutinized by students in a peer review process. Publishing these on Wikipedia is the next step.
  • Open teach offers the lecturers an additional collection of primary texts, research literature (bibliography) and multimedia material as well as links to external electronic sources (text and multimedia) in folders containing 151 authors of modern Greek literary history.  

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