WIKI Workshop for Beginners. What is a wiki? Why wiki? Building a wiki Which wiki to use? PBWorks , Wikispaces , Google Sites. Whatever WIKI you’re using, the basic process is the same:. Get an account Start a new WIKI Create your home page Add members (users) Create content
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WIKI Workshop for Beginners
What is a wiki?
Building a wiki
Which wiki to use?
PBWorks, Wikispaces, Google Sites
Whatever WIKI you’re using,
the basic process is the same:
What is a WIKI?
To read the entire document
AUP for new Web Tools?
A sample Web 2.0 AUP
Why should students WIKI?
Skills that students will learn and practice:
Why should teachers WIKI?
In addition to all those same things . . .
How to build a WIKI in
don’t need an email address
How to build a WIKI
in Google sites
For students over 13, who are ready to start building their own wikis . . .
As with all wikis –
Create a shell
Add content . . . Etc.
must have an email address
How to build a WIKI
As with all wikis . . .
Add pages, add content, add users, etc.
Navigation panel to order pages
Will generate a username and password, but also creates an email address (just for wikispaces).
Teacher will be emailed a list of usernames and passwords
Which WIKI should you use?
Tutorials and Help Guides
To reach today’s training wiki:
Getting started videos:
Part 1: Adding a page, linking to a page, and starting to add content
Part 2: Creating a hyperlink, adding images and files to a page
Part 3: Editing the sidebar and adding users to your site
Google’s help guides
Some of my tutorials and some youtube videos
Free icons/graphics to make your wiki more appealing
check the license to make sure you’re allowed to use them!
http://creativecommons.org/ (use this site to understand creative commons license)
http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/(free clipart from Florida Educational Tech Clearinghouse)
Please complete this short survey. At the end, you’ll be able to request a certificate for attending today’s session.
Register your attendance here in the WVDE database.
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