# Discussion thread: Wiki Questions and Feedback

Discussion thread: Wiki Questions and Feedback
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### What was the most difficult aspect of the workshop for you?

Most difficult for me so far, wasn't any wiki-related topic, but to find time, to do my 'homework' on a regular basis.
You (WikiEducators) have done an awesome job: There is so much to read and try on these pages! And all in very structured and systemic manner.
---Reiner- 08:41, 30 May 2010 (UTC)

### Did you get the knowledge you expected?

More than that: It's not only to get knowledge, but also to exercise those growing skills (wiki-editing, get a broader picture of the use of wiki-collaboration), and start to give this knowledge and skills to my surroundings.
---Reiner- 08:53, 30 May 2010 (UTC)

• I have learnt to use the rich text editor effectively to some extent for designing a lesson.  It was quite exciting to use the templates, but I have a few queries. I don't know why a few templates, like task or warm up or warm down do not appear similar to 'objectives'. I wish to get it clarified.

Revathi

## Suggestions

I wrote a few sentences in the Introductions section. I would have liked to upload my photo there too. It seems that I managed to upload it. The file is called Pratscher4_3.jpg. But I did not find out how I can now "link" it to the few sentences I wrote about myself. Help will be highly appreciated! Thank you!

Hi, I'm wondering if I got this idea of WikiNeighbours right: