Archive for the ‘Wikis’ Category

Make your wiki’s POP with Glogster!

DISCLAIMER: Glogster EDU provides our school with multiple free Teacher Premium account subscriptions which we use enthusiastically in my computer lab, our media center, and several classrooms. I am proud to spread the word about their service. […]

WSD eToolbox by Dianne Krause

Wikis in Plain English by Common Craft

Just came across this great video by Common Craft on wikis. You will love the material as well as the way it’s presented. This is probably the most concise, coherent and simple explanation of wikis’s […]

Web 2.0 Workshop in Philly Feb 2&3

Good morning all! Will Richardson (the stately gentleman pictured here) is coming to Philadelphia this February with a Web 2.0 workshop you won’t want to miss. Held on the 2nd and 3rd at the Science […]

WikiPedia in the News, Part III

Good morning all! Back in December I blogged about this landmark study, performed by the respected science journal Nature, which claimed WikiPedia’s accuracy rivaled those of the Encyclopedia Brittanica. Well, according to the British news […]

WikiPedia in the News, Part II

Now, THIS is interesting … library/media specialists everywhere are probably cringing! The journal Nature recently studied the accuracy of articles found in WikiPedia and the Encylopedia Brittanica. You’d think the "old school" encyclopedia would trounce the Web 2.0 […]

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