Wiki’s and their possible uses by teachers & students . WMCI November 26, 2010. Presented by Chris Samels Sponsored by Cadbury and Tim Horton’s. Wiki What?. Wiki is: The simplest online database that could possibly work.
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November 26, 2010
Presented by Chris Samels
Sponsored by Cadbury and Tim Horton’s
“Open editing" has profound effects on Wiki usage. It allows users to create and edit any page in a Web site and it encourages democratic use of the Web by nontechnical users.
Here’s how it works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY
Prime elements of a wiki should include:
NOT AS GOOD
PDF files (assignments, readings, etc.)
Clip art and gifs. (thematic or seasonal)
Imbedding video/audio files (don’t forget copy - right laws!)
Remembering to keep the wiki up-to-date
Some have more time (or will power) than others:
I’ll have a chocolate bar for each staff with a wiki by the end of next week!
Good luck with your wiki!
Feel free to email me with questions – I’ll try to help.