Talk:Learning4Content/Workshops/eL4C47/Workshop schedule

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My Experience on WikiEducator so far...

Im using this discussion page to talk about my experience on wikieducator so far. Well to summarise everything in one sentence: wikieducator is simply a panoply of opportunities to learn new skills and knowledge; and it is very addictive too!  You just have to take a look at my 'history' to have an idea how many times per day I log in WE!!  I do admit that I still go astray but I also do manage to get on track and and it is with added passion and determination that I try again until Im satisfied. 

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Practice your L4C reply here ....315:10, 29 November 2010
Odd problem resolved003:29, 29 November 2010
Learning can be frustrating323:45, 26 November 2010

Practice your L4C reply here ....

Just adding a thread for participants to practice a reply. Click on the reply link below.

Mackiwg (talk)22:35, 26 November 2010
Hello! I'm glad to see this discussion thread. - Julie 08:42, 27 November 2010 (UTC)
Jdamerell (talk)08:42, 27 November 2010
 

I am practising replying to a discussion thread. --Wendy E Burton, Director, Teaching and Learning 03:27, 29 November 2010 (UTC)

WBurton (talk)03:27, 29 November 2010
 

Replying. Thanksgiving was GREAT, but I didn't Wiki :(

Daveghidiu (talk)15:10, 29 November 2010
 

Odd problem resolved

For the past two days, I've been struggling with a glitch either at my endc or hear. I would log on, then when I moved to a new page or tried to reply or communicate, I would lose my log on. I am on satellite at home, and now I'm on wired internet at a hotel in Vancouver. All is well. Same machine, same browser, now no problem.


I am relieved and will just put the past two days in the painful experience basket. --Wendy E Burton, Director, Teaching and Learning 03:29, 29 November 2010 (UTC)

WBurton (talk)03:29, 29 November 2010

Learning can be frustrating

Hi. I'm using this to express some confusion. Tutorial 8 tells me to look for a discussion thread that I can't find. I know that once I catch on, everything will be fine, but I find that very little of the work here takes 20-30 minutes, yet I am so determined to make sense of it that I spend probably an excessive amount of time on learning this. I am not at all certain I will be in any position to help my students use wiki since I already have trouble helping them figure out how to use their campus email.

Jdamerell (talk)17:02, 26 November 2010
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Last edit: 23:45, 26 November 2010

Hi Julie,

You're making sterling progress :-). Your dedication will be rewarded -- and don't worry about your student community. They are most welcome to sign for any of our monthly training sessions. The WikiEducator community is here to help!

Well spotted -- our facilitation team had forgotten to add the test thread for the L4C tutorials -- sorry about that. Have added a test thread above. However, I see you have mastered adding a new thread as evidenced by your question above. Well done!

Cheers Wayne

Mackiwg (talk)22:38, 26 November 2010
Edited by another user.
Last edit: 23:12, 26 November 2010

Thanks for the response, Wayne. I was sure that I had made an error when I couldn't access the test thread. I feel much better already and look forward to getting back to work on Tutorial 8.

Best wishes,

Julie

Jdamerell (talk)22:59, 26 November 2010
Hang in there Julie - it does take some time to become a WikiMaster! You're doing the right thing - reaching out when you get stuck, or too frustrated. We have a strong community of support to help you - because we've all been there... - Randy Fisher 23:14, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
Wikirandy (talk)23:14, 26 November 2010