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  1. 1. Wiki-whatia? Start your own Web site that can be edited by anyone (or no one). You choose.
  2. 2. Wikis in Plain English
  3. 3. Examples Communicate class itinerary Communication among students and teacher House a WebQuest House an assignment
  4. 4. Create a wiki account Go to Enter your e-mail address . Create a password you will remember, but others can't guess. Un-check "stay signed in" and "enable web history." Fill in the information at the bottom, including the CAPTCHA (weird letters) Click on "I accept. Create my Account." E-mail the username and password to yourself.
  5. 5. Create a wiki (Google Site) Go to to Log in, if necessary. Click on “Create new site.” Choose the “Blank” template. Name it FirstLastPractice. (example: LauraHearnsbergerPractice) Choose a theme. You can always change it. Under, “More Options,” select share it with “everyone in the world.” Enter the CAPTCHA (weird letters). Click on “Create site.” Note the address or e-mail it to yourself.
  6. 6. Practice these skills Edit home page Insert an image Add a file cabinet page Insert a rule line Add a link to an existing page Insert a file Add a link to a new page Insert a map Change the theme Insert a calendar Invite others to collaborate Create a list Invite others to co-own your site View revision history
  7. 7. Edit a page
  8. 8. Add a file cabinet page
  9. 9. Link to a new page
  10. 10. Link to an existing page
  11. 11. Change the theme
  12. 12. Invite others to collaborate
  13. 13. Invite others to co-own
  14. 14. Insert an image
  15. 15. Insert a rule line
  16. 16. Insert a file
  17. 17. Insert a map
  18. 18. Insert a calendar
  19. 19. Create a list
  20. 20. View revision history