Wiki Etiquette

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Wiki etiquette or things to share with your students about using their wiki page.

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Wiki Etiquette

  1. 1. Wiki etiquette from PBwiki In the Classroom Q Our best suggestions for new PBwiki classrooms A Keep safe! Never post your personal information or information about someone else. Keep things like ages, addresses, phone numbers, names of towns, or even places you work off the Internet. Be Nice! Treat others as you want to be treated -- don’t write mean or hurtful comments. Remember you are not anonymous! Information please! The Internet is a great source of information but information is only useful when it is accurate. Before referencing a website, ask and answer a few simple questions: ! Who is the author and what are their qualifications or credentials? ! What type of information is provided? ! When was the information created? When was it last updated or revised? ! Where is the information coming from- is the domain a .edu, .gov, .org? ! Why is the information posted; to educate, to inform, to present unbiased views, to entertain, to sell or entice? Tell your teacher! If you find information on the wiki that shouldn’t be there first show it to your teacher. Don’t respond and don’t edit the wiki. Join the PBwiki educator community at http://pbwiki.com/content/eduportal Created by Richard Glass, Marc, Mrs. H, Katherine Benefield, Denise Tzumli and the PBwiki community. Examples, Videos, Tutorials • Workshops, Webinars, Community • PBwiki Educators

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