You can see a list of all most important features of Eliademy on Features page. Also, we prepared an extensive list of frequently asked question, which you can see in or Knowledgebase. You can also follow our YouTube channel to see webcasts and video tutorials. We release new updates every second week, it is a good idea to follow us on social media and subscribe to our blog.
Build Eliademy with us
Eliademy is made for educators and students. We rely heavily on the opinion of our community and would like to ask for your help as well. If you know there is something we can do to make your experience better, just let us know via the "Your Ideas" page. Other users will be able to leave their votes (similarly you can vote for others ideas) and the highest rated suggestions will go to our next release.
Contribute a translation
We want to make Eliademy available for all languages in the world. It is available in 36 languages at the moment and volunteers, just like you, have done almost all of the translations. One string, a sentence or a whole language, any help is greatly appreciated by the entire community. If you are interested, here is how you can get started.
Sharing is caring
Our service becomes better with every new user. If you know a fellow educator in search for a free online classroom, or a student who wants to learn something new, please share news about Eliademy with them.
Get in touch with the support team
Each page in Eliademy has a tiny question mark in the bottom right corner. If you stumble upon any problems or simply need help, just click it and we will do our best to help within 24 hours.
-- With best regards from Helsinki Eliademy Team
P.S. You might be wondering why Eliademy has such an interesting name? About 2400 years ago, ancient philosopher Plato started the first Academy in the world in an olive tree grove ("elia" in Greek). It was a remarkable event that laid a foundation for human education for centuries to come. Unfortunately, Plato's Academy was available only to the free people (demos in Greek) of Athens. We believe education should be available to all and everywhere, and that is how a digital olive grove for people came to be.