|This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. (February 2010)|
|Type of site||Wiki|
|Registration||Not required to read, required to contribute|
|Available language(s)||Indonesian language|
|Owner||Rumah Ilmu Indonesia Foundation.|
|Launched||October 19th, 2008|
Superpedia is an Indonesian free-access online dictionary and encyclopedia initiated by the Rumah Ilmu Indonesia Foundation on October 19, 2008.
Superpedia runs on the MediaWiki software, which is also used to run Wikimedia Foundation projects. At the end of January 2010, the number of articles reached 30,000. At the end of January 2011, it was almost 70,000. Its main page is arranged into educational categories like biology, physics and mathematics, written in the Indonesian language.
The Superpedia project was created to close the digital literacy gap in Indonesia. The availability of digital dictionaries and encyclopedias is expected to help teachers to improve their knowledge. Only about 20 million of Indonesia's 230 million population can access the internet, so Superpedia is also distributed freely on CD and DVD.
Donation and sponsorship
Because Superpedia is a non-profit project, it depends on donations from users. In early 2010, Intel Indonesia became the first company to support Superpedia.
- Bronze Category, Internet Sehat Blog & Content Awards (Indonesian ICT Watch) for week 2, March 2010 
- Silver Category, Internet Sehat Blog & Content Awards (Indonesian ICT Watch) for week 2, April 2010 edition 
- "Rumah Ilmu Indonesia Official Website". Rumah Ilmu Indonesia.
- "Superpedia socialization at Rembang, Central Java". Klub Guru Indonesia.
- "Superpedia Socialization at Samarinda, East Kalimantan". SMK TI Samarinda.
- "Superpedia Socialization at Surabaya, East Java". Klub Guru Indonesia.
- "Superpedia Development Scheme". Rumah Ilmu Indonesia Foundation.
- "Superpedia Development Scheme". yahoogroups.
- "PT. Intel Indonesia dukung Superpedia (in Indonesian)". inn-world.net.
- "Internet Sehat Blog & Content Award". detikcom.
- "Indonesian ICT Watch". ictwatch.com.