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Theme fund: NGI0 Entrust
Start: 2023-10
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All-libre extensible kit for school information systems

AlekSIS' – short for All-libre extensible kit for school information systems – goal is to digitise educational institutions' organizational tasks in a sustainable, individual and independent manner. Educational institutions are complex and diverse places: A fair bit of information has to be managed and made accessible in a way that serves the needs of all groups involved. Furthermore, the needs of schools differ considerably, making a one-size-fits-all solution infeasible. Originating in and being built in close collaboration with schools, the AlekSIS project provides the missing FOSS solution for this application area. It aims to deliver a fully fledged, highly customizable software suite that gives schools full control over operation, data and privacy, while integrating existing FOSS projects. From displaying timetables to providing digital class records or person and group management, AlekSIS already includes a great deal of the features the people involved in education, students and teachers, need in their daily routine. Designed as a web application built around the Django and Vue.js frameworks, its responsive design and offline capabilities cater to various devices and user groups. A further aspect of AlekSIS' FOSS architecture is to provide learning opportunities to its student users by facilitating the creation of extensions and contributions to the project itself.

The goals of this project are to further strengthen our efforts in porting the whole legacy frontend to the newer, Vue.js based one, to finish making AlekSIS capable of timetable and substitution planning and to extend AlekSIS' functionality making it even more competitively viable.

Run by Teckids e. V.

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This project was funded through the NGI0 Entrust Fund, a fund established by NLnet with financial support from the European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme, under the aegis of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology under grant agreement No 101069594.