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  • 1. Say “Aloha” to Wikis! Douglas Harvey Richard Stockton College
  • 2. What are “wikis”?
    • A web site that is collaboratively developed.
    • Quick to make using a simple online web editor.
    • A single page = "wiki page", while the entire collection of pages = "the wiki".
    • A database for creating, browsing, and searching through information.
  • 3. Where do you make them?
    • Several wiki-creation sites for educators:
      • wetpaint.com
      • sites.google.com
      • pbworks.com
      • wikispaces.com
  • 4. Example Sites
    • http://mrsibrahim.wikispaces.com/
    • http://learninglatinamerica.wikispaces.com/
    • http://apworld.wikispaces.com/Foundations
    • http://britishromanticism.wikispaces.com/
    • http://primarymath.wetpaint.com/page/Numbers
    • http://soar2newheights.wikispaces.com/
  • 5. What makes for a great Wiki?
    • Good content
      • Lots of content
      • Thoughtful content
    • Common topic
      • A “thread”
    • Truly collaborative
      • Allow editing
  • 6. Aloha! http://wp.stockton.edu/digitalsettlers/