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Gisl wiki tutorial

  1. 1. In order to make changes or add content, you must be a member of this wiki. Here’s how to join… Go to gislibrarians.wikispaces.comFirst, you need to create a Wikispacesaccount. Click here … then fill out the form… Click Join and then…..
  2. 2. Return to our GISL page (gislibrarians.wikispaces.com) and…Click on Join this Wiki… …then type your school name into the comment box and click the Request Membership button and you are done. We will approve your membership… NOW…continue on to learn how to add content to the wiki…
  3. 3. Once your membership has been approved, you will be able to edit any page on the wiki. Simply login to GISL’s wiki page, select the page you want to edit from the left navigation bar then…The edit bar that pops up should look similar to what you see in MS Word.The buttons you might not recognize are as follows… Link: highlight text in order add File: Click this and upload a file Widget: a small program/file that can the url (external or wiki page, etc.) (picture, document, etc.) from your be uploaded to your page (video, computer. slideshow, etc.) Table: inserts a Text: this button controls size, table…you choose color, alignment, etc. of any text the size. on the page. Bullets: both numbers and points are available for creating lists.
  4. 4. After all changes are made, always remember to… Some suggested resource pages to which you might add content: Author Visit Wiki: If you have authors you’d like to invite other schools to share, authors you’d recommend to others, Skype author visits, etc. please enter them on this page. Librarian Pages: Blogs, wikis, web pages that you would like to share with the group. Professional Development: Conferences you’ve attended, Professional organizations not listed, Lesson plans that have worked particularly well for you, your library’s scope and sequence for library literacy. Library Links: links to web pages that you use with your students, fun and games, etc. Library Tools: tools that you use in your library that you can’t live without… If you have issues or just want someone to guide you through the wiki process, please email or call Donna Knott (dknott@lovett.org or 404.262.3032).

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