Thursday, November 17, 2005

[TIPS] - wiki ehow

From the site:
What is is the world's most widely read how to manual. Every month over 4 million people visit eHow to learn how to do something. With hundreds of thousands of pages of advice, eHow offers staff-written, reviewed and edited step-by-step solutions. Every eHow is clear, concise, and accurate. So whether you are learning how to tie a tie, build a deck, kiss on a date, train your dog to heel, ollie on a skateboard, lose weight, negotiate a raise, or even throw a curveball - eHow can help you.

Even if you don't use the site to learn how to tie a tie, for example, perhaps it'll give you an idea of how YOU can use a wiki with your classes. If you decide that you'd like to learn more about them, watch for an announcement coming soon regarding a class on Moodle. It contains a wiki - or multiple wikis, if you want more. Then, coming as early as December watch for another anouncement regarding a class just in wikis alone. (We'll be installing a wiki server if we get our grant.)

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