To help anyone learn anything they want in an effective and enjoyable way.
Oppia is a free, open-source learning platform. Full of interactive activities called 'explorations', Oppia helps curious minds learn and teach.Learn
Oppia recreates the experience of one-on-one tutoring. It adapts to your needs and lets you learn in the best way possible — by doing.Teach
Oppia enables you to share your knowledge with people worldwide. Anyone can create and contribute to an exploration. Find out more in our participation playbook.
For site questions: Post to our forum.
To get involved: Reach out via our oppia-dev Google Group, or by contacting email@example.com. We'd be delighted to work with you!
For sensitive issues (for example, reporting a security bug): Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All content in Oppia's explorations is licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0 with a waiver of the attribution requirement (specifically, Sections 3(a)(1) and 3(a)(2)). If you reuse content from this site, we encourage you to include a link to the relevant exploration page, but do not require it.
The Oppia website and source code are supported by the Oppia Foundation, a non-profit public benefit corporation of the State of California.
The directors of the Foundation are Amit Deutsch, Jacob Davis and Sean Lip. The Foundation's bylaws and minutes are available to read. If you wish to contact the Foundation, please email email@example.com.
Many people have contributed to the open-source codebase powering Oppia. Thanks to:
The Oppia development team is also grateful for the feedback, ideas, help and suggestions by Alex Kauffmann, Allison Barros, Amy Latten, Brett Barros, Crystal Kwok, Divya Siddarth, John Cox, John Orr, Katie Berlent, Mark Halpin, Michael Wawszczak, Mike Gainer, Neil Fraser, Noah Falstein, Nupur Jain, Peter Norvig, Philip Guo, Piotr Mitros, Rachel Chen, Rahim Nathwani, Robyn Choo, Tricia Ngoon, Vikrant Nanda and Vinamrata Singal.