How to use the <br />Ultranet Wiki<br />Nicole Barnes – EDF 6447 / Rangeview Primary<br />
To create a Wiki in your Ultranet space, go to Actions, Add Application and type in Wiki – drag it across<br />
Each Wiki needs to be scoped to display only the Wiki on that page, otherwise if you add a new page in a space and insert ...
To add text, images or embed code, go to Edit<br />Don’t forget to Save your work!<br />
A wiki is perfect for collaborative group work, and through Details, it is possible to see recent changes; and see which s...
One the Detail icon has been clicked, you get to this page, which tells you how many times it has been edited, who it was ...
Click on History to see the changes and who made them, click on a Revision number to see what it looked like at that stage...
In red, it tells you that you are viewing an archived version<br />
It is also possible to compare versions of the wiki, below I am comparing version 1.2 and 1.3 and the changes have been hi...
New pages can easily be added to the wiki – just click on Add Page and give it a title<br />
This is what the wiki looks like with two pages<br />
Comments can easily be added<br />
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A step by step instruction on how to insert the wiki into an Ultranet space, how to scope it as well as how to read the history and compare versions of the wiki

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The Ultranet Wiki

  1. 1. How to use the <br />Ultranet Wiki<br />Nicole Barnes – EDF 6447 / Rangeview Primary<br />
  2. 2. To create a Wiki in your Ultranet space, go to Actions, Add Application and type in Wiki – drag it across<br />
  3. 3. Each Wiki needs to be scoped to display only the Wiki on that page, otherwise if you add a new page in a space and insert a wiki, it will show the wiki from a previous page. Go to Configuration, click on Scope and choose Current Page<br />
  4. 4. To add text, images or embed code, go to Edit<br />Don’t forget to Save your work!<br />
  5. 5. A wiki is perfect for collaborative group work, and through Details, it is possible to see recent changes; and see which student has inserted text and images and edited text etc<br />
  6. 6. One the Detail icon has been clicked, you get to this page, which tells you how many times it has been edited, who it was created by and who it was last changed by.<br />
  7. 7. Click on History to see the changes and who made them, click on a Revision number to see what it looked like at that stage<br />
  8. 8. In red, it tells you that you are viewing an archived version<br />
  9. 9. It is also possible to compare versions of the wiki, below I am comparing version 1.2 and 1.3 and the changes have been highlighted, as well as the member’s name who completed the changes<br />Fullstop was added - highlighted<br />This sentence, from Save and continue was also added<br />
  10. 10. New pages can easily be added to the wiki – just click on Add Page and give it a title<br />
  11. 11. This is what the wiki looks like with two pages<br />
  12. 12. Comments can easily be added<br />

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