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How to use eduladder

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Eduladder is an open learning system Which is designed to reduce the cost of education we believes cost of education can be reduced if students are helping each other.

Eduladder has mainly four parts.

1)Open library

Open library is a manual of books which you have in your hand which you like to exchange with other students. Here you can list your Books students who want this books can ask to you.

2)Speak outs

Speaks are publicly available comments in eduladder

3)Ask a question

You can ask a question related to a subject and you can tag students those who are related to this subject

4)Open notes

Publicly available notes uploaded by students.

Students also can edit notes and every time editing note will give you three reputations and if you are editing 20 notes then you can add notes. If you want to include your university with Eduladder you have to edit at least fifty notes.

For each note you can ask questions and you can answer questions as well each answer will be placed to voting what ever the where the user can like and hate answers each like will give you two reputations and each dislike will take five reputations from you

Everything is connected with an AI algorithm to make personalized learning experience 

Reputaion gaining

Speaking out -0 reputation

Getting up vote to speak-2 reputation

Getting down vote to speak - 4you will lose five reputation

Editing notes- 3 reputation

Donating a book-2 reputation

Asking a question- 0 reputation

Getting like to a question -2 reputation

Getting dislike  to a question you will lose four reputation

Getting like to a answer -2 reputation

Getting dislike  to a anwer you will lose four reputation


You need 25 reputation to answer a question

You need 250 reputation to edit an answer

You need 500 reputation to delete an answer

You need 1000 reputation to delete a question

Other features

You can follow other students so that you will be able to see what they are doing you can see what they are doing by clicking on the button what my friends are doing

You can see what everyone is doing on the home page itself.

You can upvote and down vote every note which are presented in idolater and top voted notes will be shown on the right hand side of your screen which is indicated using a light green color box

You can find and connect with eduladder toppers they are shown below of the top voted posts

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