|Take a look at the "Wiki Team Projects" navigation bar I've added to this wiki. Most of these items have been newly added, so please review them. Also, I would like you to write about your proposed/planned/already implemented! wiki project on the Wiki Team Projects page by the end of June if possible. I want to see who needs help and who doesn't and offer any advice I can. Thanks!|
|I would like to schedule our next meeting, so that you can start
planning for incorporating wikis in your teaching/learning. I'm
thinking that maybe we can discuss pedagogy, look at wiki examples, and
then move into the technical aspects of creating and setting up wikis
with a couple of different types of software, all in one
meeting. Maybe 2 1/2 hours, with a couple of breaks? |
course, some of you have either already started your wiki or could teach this
workshop! And, I was thinking that might be a great idea . . . having
some of the team members show their wikis, the pedagogy behind them,
and also even lead a demonstration on how to use specific wiki
Therefore, I'd like to get feedback from you, find
out when you would be available for this meeting, and if you would like
to be one of the presenters. Please respond to these questions through
editing the following page: Meeting2
|The end of the semester is here! I just wanted to let you all know that I've added some more wiki examples to the Wikis page, to try to give you an idea of the many ways wikis can be used.|
|By next meeting, please complete the following:|
- Go through the Wiki Info links on the secondary navigation bar to your left.
- Take a look at the Boise State wikis and see how they are being used.
- Click each of the links on this website and read/review the contents.
- Click the Wiki Team link and then then your name hyperlink to navigate to your personal home page. Personalize this page as you wish and practice using this wiki.
- Edit/add to any of the pages on this wiki as you wish and write comments as you wish. Remember, this wiki belongs to all of us.