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Why Wikis Work: Online Collaboration Made Simple

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Have you been looking for an easy way for you and your students to post, publish, and share information? Discover how easy it is to create a wiki - a collaborative web page that anyone can edit. We will cover how to use Wikispaces to post information, publish student work, and embed multimedia such as videos. Learn to collaborate with other classrooms by also seeing examples of wikis other teachers have created across other subject areas.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, January 28, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Digital Media, Wikis
Tags: collaborate, collaboration, Communication and Collaboration, Digital Media, publish student work, publishing, web pages, wikis, Wikispaces

Reviews (21)

The webinar included a lot of great ideas for using Wikis in the classroom. I like how students can add the projects they have created as a way to publish their work.
Full Member
Your information was quite helpful.
Basic Member
Thanks for sharing information on wikis
Full Member
I really liked this session. I would love to see more sessions created for those of us trying to use wikis in the classroom.
Full Member
Lots of excellent information!
Full Member
Great job with the webinar! Thank you for sharing the info:)
Full Member
The webinar was extremely informative. I am looking forward to signing up and getting started with my own Wikis.
Basic Member
Full Member
Thank you for the information about wikis and Wikispaces.
Full Member
Great webinar for using wikis. Thanks! ^^"
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