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Collaborative Technologies. Real World Examples019:13, 3 November 2009
Great being with WIKI019:02, 2 November 2009
Wiki- A wonderful Idea016:49, 31 October 2009
Value of Commucating Using the Internet006:05, 4 October 2009
How to improve discussion in WikiEducator?011:07, 1 October 2009
WikiEducator Newbie - Tutorial 8119:49, 30 September 2009
Skins307:54, 5 September 2009
Newbies - Continued...006:42, 5 September 2009
Wiki Newbie100:47, 31 August 2009

Collaborative Technologies. Real World Examples

I am very interested in IT collaborative platforms and would like to learn how members of our community have used the technology to bring people from different parts of the world to work together on concrete projects/issues. Please share concrete examples so we can have a better idea of the possiblities in our own work environement. Driss Moumane

Wikidriss (talk)19:13, 3 November 2009

Great being with WIKI

Hi Everyone,its really great being here practicing all these wonderful things.Using wiki is such a wonderful practice and I enjoying a lot especially with the 'editing' activities.

Sreechaye (talk)18:59, 2 November 2009

Wiki- A wonderful Idea

Hello Everyone, I'm just starting a new discussion topic. I find that Wiki is simply a great idea... Edting wiki pages is extraordinary...--Nimla Philippe 16:49, 31 October 2009 (UTC)

Nimlaphi (talk)16:49, 31 October 2009

Value of Commucating Using the Internet

It is quite evident that using the Internet as a communication tool is important in today's society. This tool appears to be one of the most widely used in some sections of the world.

Hmorris (talk)06:05, 4 October 2009

How to improve discussion in WikiEducator?

First of all I thank the team of Wiki educator who has taken great efforts in running this workshop... I was wondering if we can adopt some model for teaching Programming to Graduate students. Patricia has demonstrated a simple structured approach of delivering a workshop. Can this model be used for a programming course that has a number of extensive exercises and large number of students who require instantaneous feedback? --Akshay 11:07, 1 October 2009 (UTC)

Arpitdeeksha (talk)11:07, 1 October 2009

WikiEducator Newbie - Tutorial 8

I have just logged on to Day 8 Tutorial on Discussion Pages and so here I am, starting a new discussion thread. I have been reading about "Liquid Threads". It is exciting to know that WE is the first live wiki environment to implement the LiquidThreads software in the world. I will be leaving comments on other users pages as requested in the tutorial notes.

I am really enjoying the WikiEducator tutorials and I am learning a lot. I love the wiki support video tutorials "How to" section in each tutorial and I have found them really useful as an additional help. --Janet Bianchini 16:02, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Lljb (talk)16:02, 2 September 2009

Only now have I become aware of "Liquid Threads". It does indeed make it easier to keep track of things. :) --alexgfrancisco 19:49, 30 September 2009 (UTC)

Alexgfrancisco (talk)19:49, 30 September 2009

I thought I would experiment with the different skins - moved away from the default and then couldn't see the tabs I needed in the next tutorial the following day! Posted a Help in the Questions sections and got a reply within 5 minutes - What fantastic support.

Seine (talk)00:52, 31 August 2009

Yep, its been great hasn't it.--Hmlamond 02:37, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Hmlamond (talk)02:37, 2 September 2009

I agree the support is indeed fantastic.

Lljb (talk)16:06, 2 September 2009

no worries - i had mine on "simple" and had no access to the editing button bar or the edit tab to edit the info box! laughed myself silly when i realised! now i'm wondering how people see my page when they view it through different skins.

Kiwispouse (talk)07:54, 5 September 2009

Newbies - Continued...

Hello everyone, I admit I skipped 1 or 2 activities (I promise to go back), but I guess this is a wonderful opportunity to express my enthusiasm with WikiEducator!!! Not only is it the best platform for educational purposes, but it is also the ultimate way to share knowledge, edit, polish and refine ideas. I especially liked the option of "vandalising" our user pages and then easily going back to the previous-correct version. Now I know, as an educator, how to deal with malicious content, that I couldn't treat before. --Hani 06:42, 5 September 2009 (UTC)

Hani (talk)06:42, 5 September 2009

Wiki Newbie

Hi there, Not sure I wanted to be first to this page....wasn't sure what to write. I have been lucky in that our school took a mid-term holiday today, which has been great, the sky is blue and the sun is shining and I have been glued to my computer.....I suppose it was my choice. Anyway, I started on day one and here I am several hours later on day 9; it has been pretty addictive. Anyway, I expect you will all catch up pretty quickly as I get bogged back down with day-to-day hum drum tomorrow. I came to this workshop with little idea of Wiki's, I had heard of them but had never used them. I think the potential is HUGE, especially in the education sector where we are all heading in the same direction. I am looking forward to meeting more people in this space. I have already spotted other Moodle lovers!!! Cheers Jacqui

Jland (talk)03:45, 24 August 2009

Great that you had a mid-term break. Ours is today - the wind is howling and it is raining so it is good to be inside catching up on my WikiEducator days! --Seine 00:47, 31 August 2009 (UTC)

Seine (talk)00:47, 31 August 2009