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  • At Euforic Services, we use a wiki for internal planning, project management with clients and partners, and as a platform to organise and deliver trainings and workshops.
  • What can you do with it?We often play with control access for our own wiki – some part are public, some are privateIn general, wikis are public and editable, with version control
  • AKVO very useful as collection of useful technologyCGIAR uses it for workshop and events
  • We love Pbworks – also because it has an excellent manual

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  • Working with wikisWBI Social Reporting Apprenticeship Program October 2012
  • http://euforicweb.pbworks.com/
  • Definition “A wiki is software that allows users to collaboratively create, edit, link, and organize the content of a website, usually for reference material. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites.” Source: Wikipedia
  • Working together on a document pbworks pbworks pbworks pbworks edit log view Write some Text change (someone, 12/11/08) FinalWrite some Write some Change some text text (another one, 14/11/08) text text Final Text (me, today)
  • Features Articles can be created or edited at anytime by anyone – limitations are possible Articles are editable through the web browser One-click access to the history/ versioning page Recent additions/modifications of articles can be monitored actively or passively Easy to revert changes
  • Examples http://euforicweb.pbworks.com/ http://www.akvo.org/ http://wikigender.org/ http://government.wikia.com
  • Use the excellent Pbworks help pages People are often puzzled by the edit function – it is the key to using any wiki
  • Garden regularly
  • M&E Most wikis have internal analytics package – On Pbworks • Business Edition – weekly report (views, downloads, edits etc..) • Free edition - Install Google Analytics Measure – Users (joining, leaving, activity) – Pages and content (edited, created, deleted) – Who is creating content (1:9:90) – Is the wiki gardened regularly
  • Hands on exercise Create a new page called YourNameSR – If necessary, write some information about yourself and add a photo – Add a link to your Twitter account, or a website or a good knowledge source – Insert a table with two columns, write tools you want to learn in one column and note progress in column two – Embed a video from YouTube – Link your page from the participants page
  • Working with wikisWBI Social Reporting Apprenticeship Program October 2012