WikiWikiWeb was the first wiki. Ward Cunningham started developing WikiWikiWeb in 1994, and installed it on the Internet domain c2.com on March 25, 1995. It was named by Cunningham, who remembered a Honolulu International Airport counter employee telling him to take the "Wiki Wiki" shuttle bus that runs between the airport's terminals. According to Cunningham, "I chose wiki-wiki as an alliterative substitute for 'quick' and thereby avoided naming this stuff quick-web."-Source WikipeidaSetup: Make sure each student has the zoho invites and has downloaded tiddlywiki. Open links to TiddlyWiki, Memory Alpha, Wikipedia
Wiki’s are very similar to the basic operation of the web, based around links.Wiki’s only make a few things easier likeLinking between pages on the same site usually only involves typing in a specific way instead of <a href =“”></a> hyperlinksAllowing multiple editors to work on the same page with control over revisions and changesReversing bad information
Wikipedia-Show editing functionsMemory Alpha-Show revision historyTiddlyWiki-Show CamelCase (In document) and MediaWiki (In Tags)
|oho Wiki is one brand of wiki softwareWe’re using this because it’s free, it’s features are similar to most of the good WYSIWYG wiki’s out there.
Similar to a blogging rich text editor,
These are links outside the wiki, http://www.cnn.com/
Remember wiki basics, Wiki’s make it easy to link within the website. You can search for internal pages or create new pages right here
Anchors are links between sections of a web page, you could have a table of contents with links to each section
Here’s a test page with a link to the beginning of each paragraph (it’s just gibberish)
Dashboards are a landing point,
Together portion – Focus on planning and mapping a basic outline of what you want to see in your wiki. (Memory Alpha idea) Don’t worry too much about it, but it helps prevent sprawl.
Transcript of "Wiki Presentation"
Wiki's<br />Effective Communication<br />
What is a Wiki?<br />A wiki is a quick way to create an interlinked website that many people can edit at the same time.<br />
Basic Principles of A Wiki<br />Easy links between pages<br />Multiple editors at the same time<br />Not perfect, an ongoing, visible process<br />Easy to reverse bad information<br />
Wiki's to Try<br />Wikipedia<br />Memory Alpha<br />TiddlyWiki<br />
A very very short introduction to Wiki Markup Language<br />Source: Wikipedia.com<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki<br />http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Formatting<br />
A very very short introduction to Wiki Markup Language<br />Camel Case<br />Camel Case is a method of linking to internal wiki pages by removing spaces and capitalizing the initial letters of each word<br />Ex:<br />TableOfConents<br />HelpPages<br />
Exercise – 15 Minutes<br />TiddlyWiki<br />Download TiddlyWiki<br />Create a biography page linked to three interest pages, use MediaWiki Markup and CamelCase<br />Don’t worry too much about content<br />Ex:<br />My name is _____, I like DrivingCars, RidingMotorbikes, etc, etc<br />
Exercise - 30 Minutes<br />Zoho Wiki<br />Confirm your sign-in is active<br />Together<br />Create an Editors Dashboard<br />Create an Editors Page<br />Individually<br />Bio Page<br />1 Link to the Font Test page<br />1 Anchor<br />1 Picture<br />
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