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Wiki of wiki examples

If your position is anything like mine, you’ll likely be involved in planning a few 2.0 inservices this fall.  And if your colleagues are anything like mine, they’ll want examples of these 2.0 tools in action.

Examples of educational wikis is a cool space for learning about and sharing the potential for wikis in learning.   The first page of the two page wiki gathers a list of tutorials, guides, articles and interviews.  The second page lists examples across grade level and discipline.    Looks like there’s something for nearly everyone.

Let’s help this one grow. 

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Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is the teacher-librarian at Springfield Township High School, a technology writer, and a blogger. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

Comments

  1. Lisa says:

    My position is like yours, and I am finishing up my plans for a 2.0 in-service I’m running on Tuesday! Thanks for the great examples.

  2. Liz Davis says:

    Joyce,
    Thanks for sharing these great wiki resources. I just created a wiki to collect inspirational quotes for presentations. There are many good ones there, and I’m hoping people will add many more.
    -Liz

  3. joycevalenza says:

    Glad to help anytime, Lisa. I’ve got yet another wiki I want to share and edit with you. More tomorrow.
    joyce

  4. Jen says:

    I love wikis! I just wish my school division hadn’t blocked wikispaces last year. It was so useful! We are supposed to be a division at the forefront of technology, yet we block useful 2.0 tools like wikispaces. A few of our kids were using them to communicate with each other in school. It’s a shame. At least we still have our blogs!

  5. Miss Christie says:

    Thanks for all of the wiki examples. I am in my first semester of study as a library media specialist and didn’t even know what a wiki was! I spent over an hour just viewing the examples you’ve listed. What a great option to a simple class website. Thanks for the resource:)

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