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Wiki Training and Educational Resources

Page history last edited by Frank Odasz 10 years, 8 months ago

Wiki Resources from the New Mexico State University College for Extended Learning reta.nmsu.edu/moodle 

 

 

WIKIs   - Wiki means "quick" in Hawaiian and quick web pages with collaborative capabilities is what wikis are all about. Wikipedia has over a million entries, and is larger than the Encyclopedia Britannica - as one outstanding example of wiki collaborative effectiveness.

www.wikipedia.org

 

Wikipediavision 

http://www.lkozma.net/wpv/index.html   Shows world map of wikipedia contributions AS they happen.

of edits

 

Common Craft Wiki Introduction

Video: Wikis in Plain English

Wiki video tutorial

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY 

YouTube plugin error Internet Video Resources

 

Create your own educational wiki just like this one!!!  

http://pbwiki.com/education

 

To create your own free educational wiki at http://pbworks.com/education

 

To create a free educational wiki:

 

1. go to http://pbworks.com/education

2. Click on Get Started in the upper right

3. Select the FREE option

4. Give your free wiki a name - I chose socialwikialaska - and my web address became socialwikialaska.pbworks.com

5. Select public or private, and explore the tutorials and features such as Create a Page, (remember to save it,) etc..

 

Training on Wiki Educational Uses

 www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers.com

education wiki (WikEd) that is a resource housed by (and created for) CTER (the Curriculum, Technology and Education Reform - an online Master's program) that is part of the Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  It even has links to pages in Spanish.  The pages that I have viewed have contained some excellent information as well as additional links.

 http://wik.ed.uiuc.edu/index.php/Main_Page

 

http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/ - this wiki created by Joyce Valenza, a teacher librarian, has some wonderful links to copyright friendly resources that can be used in multimedia presentations. 

 

The top three free wiki sites

PBWiki http://pbwiki.com example http://wikiwebinar.pbwiki.com

WetPaint http://www.wetpaint.com practice http://wikiwebinar.wetpaint.com

Wikispaces http://www.wikispaces.com practice http://wikiwebinar.wikispaces.com

 

NMSU/CEL's Wiki Resource http://distance.nmsu.edu/externals/plunge/wikis/index.html

 

Learning Technologies Centre Wiki Resource on Wikis

http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Wikis

 

Mr. Telles 4th Grade Wiki http://mrtelles.pbwiki.com

Ms. Gutierrez 8th Grade English Wiki http://css8thgradeenglish.pbwiki.com/

9th Grade Asian History Wiki http://sasasianhistory.wetpaint.com/

Mr. Corley's High School History/Geography Wiki http://vmccorley.wikispaces.com

 

 

 

RETA WIKI WEBINAR Resources

http://wikiwebinar.pbwiki.com/  

 

In this wiki

Classroom Wiki Ideas

Wiki Management Ideas

Ask & Answer

 PBWiki Tutorials

WetPaint Tutorials

Wikispaces Tutorials 

 Wikis in the Classroom

 Wiki Comparison Chart

 

 To other resources

PBWiki Educator Resources!

Educational Wikis

Wikis & Education

Pedagogical Potential of Wikis

 Wiki Patterns

 Selecting Wikis

Wiki Matrix

 

Practice Wikis

(wikis I created so you could practice w/o worry of making mistakes)

WetPaint Wiki

Wikispaces Wiki

 

 

PBwiki FAQ HELP

http://newfaq.pbwiki.com/Editing+(using+the+PBwiki+Classic+WikiStyle+Editor)

 Uses and Potentials of Wikis in the Classroom.pdf

 

WetPaint WIKI

http://www.wetpaint.com/wiki?r=GGLKWFreeWebsite&gclid=CM2L54fDkpICFRMHxgodHEX0_Q

 

WebPaint offers many many features

http://www.wetpaint.com/page/Wetpaint-Features and is very easy to use.

 

Project-Based Learning resource wikis

http://usefulwiki.com/page/Reinventing_Project-based_Learning - notes from the same presentation with links, etc.

 

http://usefulwiki.com/page/PBL_links - a wiki with some excellent links to PBL resources, ideas, etc.

 

http://del.icio.us/tag/projectbasedlearning - using the social bookmarking site del.icio.us these are all of the sites tagged with projectbasedlearning.  You will want to check for notes made by various users to see if the site is something you would find of interest.  Some excellent sites on the general idea around PBL as well as sites with excellent examples.

 

What's a Wiki?

1. Cut and paste this message into your word processor so you don't have to return to this wiki after you've viewed the video below, and to save the very valuable URLs.  

Get into the habit of saving great urls throughout this course!

Anything you or I might write here can be edited by anyone given access to his wiki. Some wikis require a password, some are public.

2. Select the Edit button above and add a sentence or two stating you've mastered editing a wiki. Don't forget to click "Save."

3. Learn more about wikis by viewing the video at

http://commoncraft.com/video-wikis-plain-english

4. Then, create your own educational wiki at http://pbworks.com/education

Be sure to write down your login ID and password, and send the URL of your wiki to your instructor. This can take as little as 10-15 minutes, more as your interests dictate.

 

Here's a neat example of an NMSU wiki with rich resources

 http://nmsu-otlc.pbwiki.com/

 

How do you protect your students with these type of tools?

http://educators.pbwiki.com/Protect+your+students+online

 

If you're currently running an educational network with Ning, list it (and a brief description) here: http://socialnetworksined.wikispaces.com/

 

Wikis in the classroom II webinar (recorded and available at

http://webinars.nmsu.edu/archives , comments and resources by Bethany Bovard as follows:

Quote: "My first experience with wikis was about 3 years ago. I use online and desktop wikis to stay organized, create multi-collaborator resource websites, and create personal websites.

Some wikis I've created or am a member of:

http://wikiwebinar.pbwiki.com     http://distanceteaching.pbwiki.com      http://nmsu-otlc.pbwiki.com

  

Wikis I am familiar with include  PBWiki, CoSpire, WetPaint, Wikispaces, Netcipia, VoodooPad, Stickipad, EditMe, Instiki, JotWiki, Metadot Wiki, MediaWiki, ScribbleWiki, SeedWiki, Wikia, Wikidot, and Google Docs (specialized wiki)" Unquote

 

Educational Wikis to Explore

 

How math teachers are sharing via wikis

http://bprime.xwiki.com/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome

 www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers.com 

http://jurassicperiod.wetpaint.com

http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/Examples+of_educational+wikis 

http://teacherknowledge.wikispaces.com http://projecttrinity.wikispaces.com

 

Elementary wikis

http://1000names.wikispaces.com

http://terrythetennisball.wikispaces.com

http://room2-wiki6.wikispaces.com  

 http://teentalk.wikispaces.com http://smithclass.wikispaces.com (links to many other ed. Wikis.) 

http://educators.pbwiki.com/Wiki%20Etiquette%20for%20StudentsBest practice  

http://educators.pbwiki.com/AllPages

 http://educators.pbwiki.com/Wiki%20Etiquette%20for%20Students 

Moodle Training Resources http://educators.pbwiki.com/Protect+your+students+online 

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