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A short explanation of wikis and how they can be used to coordinate a group. This video introduces a wiki website as a resource for helping a group of campers organize and coordinate information for a camping trip. It includes: - Why email is a poor choice for coordinating a group's input - The basics of using a wiki - How the group edits the wiki to add, remove and edit their camping supplies list. - Adding a new wiki page to account for diverse needs Need explainer videos for your classroom? This video is a sample from a unique video library that can be licensed for use by educators. 🤍 Ready-made Videos and Downloadable Visuals for Educators 🤍 Learn how to turn your ideas into clear, understandable explanations and animated explainer videos with our online courses. 🤍 We wrote the book on explanation and how to make ideas easy to understand. SOCIAL: Twitter ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Email ►🤍
Wikis allow course members to contribute and modify one or more pages of course-related materials, providing a means of sharing and collaboration. Instructors create wikis and can grade contributions, and all course members can create pages and offer comments.
Free Civic Online Reasoning lessons, assessments and videos are available at 🤍 You might have heard that you can’t trust anything on Wikipedia. If that’s the case, then why do professional fact checkers often use it? In this video, we break down the basics of how to use Wikipedia wisely. Based on research with professional fact checkers, the Civic Online Reasoning curriculum from the Stanford History Education Group provides resources to help students become better consumers of digital information.
Use the Wiki app to create collaborative content project for your website. You could create a wiki at the start of a topic or lesson, for example, and have students add information to it as they learn it. You could use the wiki as a collaborative learning tool where students could create learning wikis and teach each other about a topic. Learn more: 🤍 Transcript: Use the Wiki app to create a collaborative content project for your website. You could create a wiki at the start of a topic or lesson, for example, and have students add information to it as they learn it. Let’s take a look. To add a wiki page to your site, select New Page. Next, name the page, select the Wiki page type, and then select Save & Continue. Use the Wiki Introduction App to create an introduction to the project. Select edit, enter your content in the editor, and then select Save. Next, edit the Wiki app. You can edit App Name, add a description, and choose to show the app name on the page. Next, choose to display all wiki entries or set the app to display a specific number of wiki entries on the page. On the Social Settings tab, you can allow visitors to comment on the Wiki postings. Under commenting, you have the option to require approval, and set the display order of the comments. When you allow commenting, you can use the commenting tab to limit which users or groups can comment. By default, any visitor can comment. When you are finished, select Save. Now let’s view the Wiki on the end-user side of your website. Students select New Posting to add content to your Wiki. In the Edit Wiki window, they’ll add the Posting Title and then type or paste content into the editor. Once created, anyone who has editing rights to the workspace can lock, edit, or delete the posting. While the lock is activated, no other user can edit the posting. A warning dialog will display stating that the posting is currently locked. And that’s working with simple wikis. Thanks for watching!
What are forums and wikis? In this video, Erik Gross (Co-Founder of The Tech Academy) defines these terms in plain English. © Prosper Consulting Inc, The Tech Academy. The script/outline for this video was co-authored by the other Tech Academy Co-Founder (Jack Stanley). This is a free educational video and its purpose is to teach. Any video clips and images in this video are utilized in accordance with YouTube’s fair use guidelines and policies. You can learn more about this and other subjects with The Tech Academy Subscription. Our subscription service grants you access to over 100 online, self-paced technology classes for beginners and working tech professionals alike. We even have classes for kids. Sign up for The Tech Academy Subscription here now: learncodinganywhere.com/TechAcademySubscription We are offering one month of free access to The Tech Academy Subscription to those that subscribe today! You can learn more about The Tech Academy here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
This is the 11th video in the Learning Github Series. This video covers how you can create more detailed documentation for your users by using the built-in wiki feature in GitHub. Learning GitHub Playlist: 🤍 Sample Github Wiki page: 🤍
53 Useful things you can do with Wikis in your teaching. Richard Buckland has been using Wikis in his large class (100-500 students) teaching in Engineering and Computer Science since 2000. He has found some amazing things which can be done with Wikis, and made many many mistakes. This video is a summary of 4 of those interesting things, each requiring an increasing amount of courage, which could easily be adopted by other teachers. Depending on your courage and how much faith you are prepared to have in your students wonderful things can happen when you empower them. This video was produced by filming a session Richard gave entitled "Wikis for Collaborative Learning and Teaching" as part of UNSW's "Foundations of University Learning and Teaching" (FULT) programme.
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Instructions on using wikis (wesbites) in blackboard (v9.1.). Covers adding pages, making links, formatting text and attaching videos. Specifically focusing on group wikis. For text instructions go to: 🤍
Microsoft Teams Tutorial 2019 - How To Use Wiki. In this video, we talk about wiki as part of Microsoft Teams. By the end of the video, you will understand what a wiki is, how to add one to your channel and why it is useful to use a wiki as part of Teams. Related videos to this one: - Microsoft OneNote & Wiki: 🤍 Need help unlocking the modern workplace in your organisation? Get our free Teams training deck here: 🤍 or... apply to join our Modern Workplace Accelerator Programme: 🤍 or... If you liked this video or it helped you out at all, then please consider buying me a beer to help support the channel to keep making free content: 🤍 (it is entirely optional and only a one-off payment, no subscription required) _ Watch the accompanying full basic training tutorials here: Full Basic Training Part 1 (Team and channel overview, posting basics and best practices, file basics, tabs, Planner and Wiki overview): 🤍 Full Basic Training Part 2 (more notification settings, other options to add to your posts and the best way to manage your files in Teams): 🤍 Full Basic Training Part 3 (video calling and Microsoft Planner basics): 🤍 _ If you liked this you can check out our other most popular videos: - How To Use Meetings & Video Conference Calls: 🤍 - How To Use Wiki: 🤍 - How To Use Microsoft Planner For Meetings: 🤍 _ ...or see our videos on Teams via the following playlists: - All Teams Videos: 🤍 - Microsoft Teams Tutorials 2020: 🤍 - Microsoft OneNote & Wiki: 🤍 - Microsoft Planner: 🤍 - Microsoft Power Automate / Flow: 🤍 _ Say hi on social: LinkedIn: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 To save time in meetings, check out MeeTime meeting timer for iOS at: 🤍 or directly on the Apple AppStore: 🤍 _ 🤍 🤍 #MicrosoftTeams #Microsoft365 #Microsoft365Business #Office365 #ModernWorkplace #Wiki #MeeTime
Writing online, through blogs, wikis, or discussion forums, can boost student motivation for writing and help students learn to adapt writing for different audiences, tasks, purposes, and disciplines. Watch this short video to learn how you can use blogs and wikis in your classroom. Learn more on PowerUp WHAT WORKS: 🤍
Blogs and wikis are two apps that comes standard with an Incentive installation. You simply add apps to your specific spaces. You can also add other apps you've developed. In wikis you write articles. In blogs you write posts.
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Title - Wikis These four friends are going on a camping trip. They need to bring the right supplies because they're backpacking. The group needs to plan and plan well, so coordination is key. They're all computer users, so they start planning with an email. It's start with one, but then becomes a barrage. Email is not good at coordinating and organizing a group's input. This is the old way - Booo! The important information is scattered across everyone's inbox. This isn't coordination! Let's start over. There is a better way. It requires using a website called a wiki. Using a wiki, the group can coordinate their trip better. This is the new way - yaay! Most wikis work the same. They make it easy for everyone to change what appears on a webpage with a click of a button. It's as easy as erasing a word and rewriting it. The buttons are really important. There are two that are essential. They are "edit" and "save", and they are always used together. Let's see them in action. Here are our camping friends and here is a wiki website. Like all wikis, it has an edit button. Clicking this button, transforms the webpage into a document. All you have to do is click it and the webpage becomes a document ready for editing. Editing the page means you can add or remove words or change how they look, just like writing a letter. Once you're finished editing, you click save and the document becomes a webpage once again, and is ready for the next person to edit it - easy! Edit - Write - and Save. Using this process, a group can coordinate more easily. Let's apply this to our camping friends, who need to bring the right supplies. Mary signs up for a wiki site and then sees the new site for the first time. She clicks the edit button to get started. She creates two lists for camping: What we have and what we need. Under "we have" she lists the things she will bring: A cooler, stove and flashlight. Under "we need" she lists items that others need to bring: compass, lighter, water, and food. She finished the process by clicking save and the website now has lists for the camping trip. Now it's John's turn. John visits the wiki website and clicks edit and the page becomes a document ready for him to make changes. John volunteers to bring food and water, so he moves those to the have column. He also realizes the group will need a knife and rope. Once he's finished, he clicks save and the wiki is ready for the next person. Henry visits the wiki, clicks edit and he can edit the page. He remembers they need a tent. Henry saves the page and the wiki is ready for Frank. Frank edits the page and agrees to bring the remaining items, completing the process. Frank saves the page and realizes something awesome. The group has created the perfect camping list - without email - yaay! But wait! One thing is missing. They need a location for the campsite. The wiki can help with this too, but another page is needed. John visits the wiki and clicks edit to edit the page. He types in the word "locations" and highlights it. He thens clicks the "link" button. This changes the word "locations" into a link to a new page. John clicks save and next, Frank visits the wiki and sees the lists and the link to the new page. He clicks on the "locations" link and arrives at the new page. This new page enables the group to use the same "Edit, Write, Save" process to coordinate locations. This process can be repeated over and over. These three buttons, edit, save, and link make it possible to organize a great camping trip or create the world's biggest encyclopedia.
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David Wicks 12/16/2010 Learn how to enhance student interaction in online and blended courses. OBJECTIVES * Learn how to set up wikis and blogs in Blackboard * Learn promising practices for using wikis and blogs in Blackboard
Grade 6 - Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan Lesson 1: USING WIKIS A wiki is a web site that provides information about any type of subject. It is collaborative in nature because a user can edit, revise, add, or delete some of the information he/ she has gathered from the wiki. In this lesson, I only included the most commonly used wikis (Wikibooks, Wikitravel, Wiktionary, and Wikispecies). Learning Competency: At the end of the period, students should be able to: - Define wikis; - Understand how to use wikis; and - Posts and shares materials on wikis in a safe and responsible manner. Learning Resources: References: EPP 6 Module Language used: English Presentation Slides created using: 🤍 Video Editing App used: Capcut Disclaimer: This is a video made for educational purposes only. No copyright infringement intended. The texts, images, graphics, and video clips are mostly free to use in Canva. The background music used in this video is not mine. Sadly, Idk who's the real owner of the music. Please do not distribute my videos to any other platform. If you want to use my videos for educational purposes, please directly use the YouTube links of my videos or you may download but do not cut my intro and logo or even blur my name. Subscribing is highly appreciated! I will do shout outs on my next video for our new subscribers. Thank you so much for watching! Facts about me: ☆ I'm a graduate of BSED Mathematics. ☆ I'm already a passer of LPT. ☆ I live in the Philippines. ☆ I'm 23 years old. ☆ I'm currently teaching in a private elementary school. ☆ I like editing videos. ☆ I love BTS and I'm an ARMY since 2017. I also stan SVT and Enhypen! For business inquiries, please message me on my email provided on "About".
David Wicks 12/16/2010 Learn how to enhance student interaction in online and blended courses. OBJECTIVES * Learn how to set up wikis and blogs in Blackboard * Learn promising practices for using wikis and blogs in Blackboard
In this lecture, I discuss how to use wiki software to create digital, collaborative work spaces that enable students to gather their collective resources outside the classroom so they can deliver better in-class work.
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In Notion, you can organize every aspect of your life and work, all in one place. We've seen so many of our users create their own home bases to store all their content - we call this a personal wiki. We'll show you how to build one from scratch. To see examples of personal wikis that real users have built, check out our template gallery at this link: 🤍
The internet is full of all sorts of rabbit holes, and in this iceberg explained video, i'm doing a deep dive into the internet rabbit hole of strange & unusual wikis. Throughout this iceberg explained video, I'm going deep into the internet, to find out just what lies below? The most niche, abstract and disturbing wikis are going to be here, without further ado this is the strangest unusual wikis iceberg explained... Music: Sunset - Fluffy Fluff 04:44 - Nostalgia Cafe Power Lines - Fluffy Fluff Game Over - Nostalgia Cafe Warmth - MetzMusic Okay, that's it for me. If you enjoyed this video please interact with it (ie. like, comment, share, subscribe etc.) As it really helps me know that the work I put into these videos :) Stay tuned for more! Original Iceberg: 🤍 Support my Patreon - 🤍 Follow me on Twitch - 🤍 Fox Akimbo Discord - 🤍 Follow me on Twitter - 🤍 Follow me on Instagram - 🤍 For sending me icebergs/ business inquiries - foxakimbo🤍gmail.com Some of the footage I used today was not my own, this footage can be credited to: TAGS: Strange Iceberg, Unusual Iceberg, Disturbing Iceberg, Wikis Iceberg, Internet Iceberg, Wikipedia Iceberg, Strangest Wikipedia, Weird Wikis, Strangest Internet Iceberg Explained, Disturbing Internet, Disturbing Internet Iceberg, FoxAkimbo, Obscure Internet Iceberg, Deep Dive, Unusual Wikis
A whole course can be organized around a wiki as shown here, an excerpt from the upcoming Multimedia Kit, "Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms" which will include his book of the same name, a video, and a facilitator's guide from Corwin (corwinpress.com).
This talk showcases wikis, a useful platform for collaborative projects, as they were used in a professional communication course. Collaborative projects are usually done outside class time. The wiki platform allows project teams to house their work online and it enables a tutor and team members to keep abreast of their own and other teams' project work. Each team can create wiki pages on which components of the projects can be shared. Because the wiki platform archives each edited version of any project document, it captures the contribution of every member of the team, whereby a tutor is updated on the process involved in completing the project. At the same time, the tutor and peers can give feedback in the form of comments on each wiki page at different stages of the project to keep team members on track. Bio - Happy Goh Happy Goh is Lecturer, Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore. Happy has taught various language courses for different types of learners and purposes. She is currently teaching communication skills courses for business, computing, engineering and science students. Happy has presented at the International Association of Applied Linguistics World Congress (AILA) and other conferences on learner autonomy, assessment, reading and writing. Her publications include Effective College Writing: A Process Genre Approach, 2nd edition (McGraw-Hill) and Enhancing Effective Communication among NUS Pharmacy UndergraduatesAn Intercollegiate Collaboration (CDTL Brief). Bio - Brad Blackstone Brad Blackstone is Lecturer, Centre for English Language Communication (CELC) and Chief Editor of ELTWorldOnline.com. Currently, Brad coordinates and teaches ES2007S, a communication skills course for science and engineering students. Prior to coming to Singapore, Brad developed and implemented communication training programs for companies such as Linksys and General Motors, and he taught composition, EAP and communication skills in universities in Japan, Malaysia, Portugal and the United States.
This video is all about the lesson in Grade 6: Information and Communication Technology "WIKIS AND BLOGS" Week 3. This lesson is based from our Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELC). I hope that this video will help the viewers of any age in learning while enjoying watching. Thank you! Mabuhay Philippines. This video focuses on the following topics: *A website that is collaborative in nature. It means that a user or anyone using this website can participate or work jointly with a creator or author of a written work in a wiki. To work jointly means one can add, modify, edit, delete, revise, or update some of the content of the work of the creator or author of that work. Wiki uses software in the name of a wiki engine or wiki application. *The word wiki was originally named Wiki wiki Web. This was introduced by Wrad Cunningham in 1995. This ward came from the Hawaiian “Wiki wiki” which means fast or swift. There are available wikis that you can use on the web. Some of these are the following: 1. Wikipedia – this wiki is the most popular and most used website. It contains information on practically all kinds of topics or subjects from arts to science; from reality to fiction; from history to literature to production and manufacturing and anything under the sun. 2. Library Blog Wiki – this wiki deals with the way blogs and wikis are used. These are used in Australian libraries. 3. Charles Sturt Library Wiki – this wiki is used by students and staff of Charles Library. 4. Tolkien Wiki – this wiki is exclusive for the readers of the novels of JRR. *A blog is a type of website on the internet which also goes by the name of a weblog. According to author this type of website contains writers who tell about their personal experiences, their thoughts, and observations about certain places, events, things, or issues they have been involved in. Then, they post these on this website to share them with others. Since the content is about personal experiences, the website serves as a personal online diary for these writers. Those who write about their experiences on this website are called bloggers. Some of the popular topics or issues published on the blog are those in the field of music, food, travel, and beauty, and fashion. 1. Fashion blog – contains trends in fashion, seasonal clothing, new fashion styles/designs from well-known brands, prices, where to source, and the like. 2. Travel blog - contains traveling experiences to both local and international places, accompanied by pictures including beautiful sceneries, places to eat, hotels and lodging, shops, and directions on how to go there for the internet users. 3. Music blog – contains updates in album releases of popular singers or bands. It features music from indie, rock, pop, and songs from local and international artists. 4. Food blog – contains places to eat popular menus or recipes the bloggers love, and how to go to the caterings/restaurants. There are also critiques of food eaten, prices, and restaurants they recommend for the readers to visit. 5. Beauty blog – contains beauty products, how they are used, and what they do to the skin, face, and body, prices, and ingredients of specific products are also found in this blog. There are also do-it-yourself beauty products like face masks. Reviews on well-known brands to customers, make-up looks, and how to do a makeover are interesting topics to read. DISCLAIMER: No copyright infringement intended on the photos used, for education purpose only. Credits to the owners. _ OTHER PLAYLIST: 👉🏻ARALING PANLIPUNAN 6 - 🤍 👉🏻TLE 6 - 🤍 👉🏻MAPEH 6 - 🤍 👉🏻J TRAVELS - 🤍 Please continue to support my channel and watch my videos. SUBSCRIBE NOW and HIT the BELL BUTTON to notify you on my video UPDATES. God Bless Everyone! _ All the information in this video belongs to the rightful owner and author and this video was made for educational and entertainment purposes only. 👉🏻You can reach me through this email and social media accounts:: 💌FACEBOOK: 🤍 👒INSTAGRAM: 🤍
This short tutorial explains how students can edit Wikis in Blackboard.
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For the full video description & contents click 'Show More' below. In our May webinar, we take some time to demonstrate just how easy it is to create a classroom workspace where you and your students can communicate online, using tools that allow you to quickly and easily create activities, share resources, make announcements, and foster discussion and community. Video Contents - What is a Wiki? - 1:17 Wikis in Plain English - 2:04 - 🤍 The Benefits of Wikis - 2:47 Top 3 Educational Wikis - 3:29 Setting up a Classroom Wiki - 4:54 Adding Wiki Pages and Editing Content - 11:54 Using Our Public Wiki Space - 23:05 Six Top Tips for Using Wikis - 24:04 You can change the video settings to play in high definition for crystal clear definition. To do this, click on the Settings icon (bottom right of player) and choose 720p HD or, if you've a fast connection, 1080p HD. The wiki space which was used in the demos is now a public space which you can all view/read from your own PCs. It has been seeded with content which could be useful for you if you wanted to set up your own class wiki. If you wold like write access to this demo space, just drop us an email and we will add you to the user group so that you can get a feel for creating and editing wiki pages yourself, in a safe area. 🤍 Future Webinars - Have a look at our upcoming webinars at 🤍