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Finally wiki

Use, tips, purpose
This presentation
These slides…

• The concept of a wiki
• Why I am here 
• Purpose of this wiki within the course
• The ...
What is a wiki? (1/2)
“…a website that allows the visitors themselves to
  easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and
  ch...
What is a wiki? (2/2)
• Online editing
• Version management
• Linking of pages
• Many extra functionalities
  – Discussion...
Why a wiki?
• Collaborative effort
• Efficient
• Fun
• Easy

  – Discuss, create and edit texts, link documents and
    si...
Essentials (1/8)
• Register
   – Personal Page
   – Personal Sidebar
   – Personal Preferences (advanced)
      • WYSIWYG-...
Essentials (2/8)
• Search, edit, attach, move/delete,
  history, site preferences
• Side bar, navigation
• Discussion foru...
Essentials (3/8)
• WikiWord
• Topic parent
Essentials (4/8)
• Web notification (email or syndication)
• Use tagging for personal categorization of topic pages
   – I...
Essentials (5/8)
• Make links to attached files and included links
  on one page: Documents & Links
Essentials (6/8)
• Lecture notes and comments
Essentials (7/8)
• Plugins and variables
  – Sandbox


• Take some time
  to get acquainted!
Essentials (8/8)
• Lots of functionalities
   – TWiki documentation: http://twiki.org
   – Most useful: TWiki info
• Stati...
Create new pages
                                                     Make summaries


                                   ...
Questions?


http://twiki.e-merge.nu/bin/view/TuDelftSPM9618/WebHome

(BOOKMARK THIS PAGE)
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  1. 1. Finally wiki Use, tips, purpose
  2. 2. This presentation These slides… • The concept of a wiki • Why I am here  • Purpose of this wiki within the course • The essentials
  3. 3. What is a wiki? (1/2) “…a website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change available content” (Wikipedia) • Used in business and education
  4. 4. What is a wiki? (2/2) • Online editing • Version management • Linking of pages • Many extra functionalities – Discussion forum, polls, multimedia…
  5. 5. Why a wiki? • Collaborative effort • Efficient • Fun • Easy – Discuss, create and edit texts, link documents and sites… and much more.
  6. 6. Essentials (1/8) • Register – Personal Page – Personal Sidebar – Personal Preferences (advanced) • WYSIWYG-editor • Write down relevant personal information – BSc., projects done, interests, domains, experiences… • Stay up-to-date (RSS, Atom, E-Mail)
  7. 7. Essentials (2/8) • Search, edit, attach, move/delete, history, site preferences • Side bar, navigation • Discussion forum, categories & pictures
  8. 8. Essentials (3/8) • WikiWord • Topic parent
  9. 9. Essentials (4/8) • Web notification (email or syndication) • Use tagging for personal categorization of topic pages – Include My Tags page in personal sidebar
  10. 10. Essentials (5/8) • Make links to attached files and included links on one page: Documents & Links
  11. 11. Essentials (6/8) • Lecture notes and comments
  12. 12. Essentials (7/8) • Plugins and variables – Sandbox • Take some time to get acquainted!
  13. 13. Essentials (8/8) • Lots of functionalities – TWiki documentation: http://twiki.org – Most useful: TWiki info • Statistics & Changes • Process description – Information officer
  14. 14. Create new pages Make summaries Answer questions Edit texts Share thoughts Maintain site Work towards an end product YOU Formulate process rules Discuss propositions Evaluate Set up polls
  15. 15. Questions? http://twiki.e-merge.nu/bin/view/TuDelftSPM9618/WebHome (BOOKMARK THIS PAGE)
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