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Wikis Are More than Wikipedia!

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Would you like an easy-to-use Web tool that allows your students to collaborate, create, and communicate? This webinar will explore innovative ways of using Wikis for instruction and innovation in the 21st century classroom. Wikis are tools to foster new ideas to help students collaborate and engage with content in new and meaningful ways. Join Matt Bergman as he explores how and why to use wikis, as well as provide examples of how to use them in the classroom. Regardless of your technology comfort level, you will find new ways to use this technology tool.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, October 24, 2013 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Virtual Learning
Tags: collaboration, communication, content creation, wikis

Reviews (40)

Basic Member
Interesting ways to get students to collaborate by Using Wikis.
Basic Member
Well done. Thank you for the information!
Basic Member
Thanks for sharing so many ways to use Wikis as an educator.
Basic Member
Very helpful information.
Basic Member
I am looking forward to my students taking ownership in creating a wiki for their class. This should spur a sense of community and belonging. Thanks!
Basic Member
The information was very helpful, and I look forward to creating a class wiki.
Basic Member
Excellent, as usual for Matt! Learning logs are a great way to start a wiki for your class.
Basic Member
What a great tool to allow for "controlled" collaboration in the classroom.
Thank you for the explanation and difference of wiki vs. blog. It is great that you added the many different ideas to use wikis for in the classroom! Not only did I learn about wikis, I got ideas on how to immediately try them out.
Basic Member
Very interesting.
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