To embed the Curriki Search, please use the HTML linked below.
This HTML can be tuned to fit your own website specificities. It is possible for you to remove or add fields.
This form, once posted on your website, will take users that to the Curriki search matching their requests. For best results, copy the complete code, as well as the image, adjust it, and paste it inside in your style. Please keep the "Powered by Curriki" picture at least 25 pixels high.
This resource contains the necessary code to embed a widget that lives insider your web-page and lets users search Curriki directly.
The widget is delivered as simple HTML file with an attached image so that it is easy to adapt.
This bookmarklet analyzes the content of the current page and highlights what it finds as micro-data annotation, expecting the markup described at schema.org.
To use it, drag
to your bookmark menu or bar, navigate to the page where you expect microdata annotations, and click it. You should see the page be enriched with dark-blue rounded rectangles next to where item-properties are stated.
This bookmarklet was realized with the help of the LRMI community which developers the learning resources' metadata initiative, a set of micro-data markup for learning resources which Curriki.org now uses.