Thread:WikiBuddy certification guidance week 23.04.2012 (2)

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Hi Jonas,

Warm Greetings! I highly appreciate your plan to build a national team for Bulgaria! Now select a newbie and guide him/her through the basic wiki editing skills. You can do it by way of adding simple instructions on the newbie's user/talk. In this way you will be able to start adopting a user. You may also visit at least two content pages of your choice on WikiEducator and add your comments/feedback on the content on the connected discussion pages.

Warm regards
Anil Prasad 17:31, 23 April 2012 (UTC)

Thank you Anil,

I will have some time this weekend to follow your instructions and add the content for my professional development course 'Certified Networked Teacher' (#CNT12) to the eXe framework and WikiEducator. --SwedInBalchik 05:37, 27 April 2012 (UTC)

I only got started today, but will complete some more tomorrow. I have now learned how to use eXe, but just realized WikiEducator only implements the eXe iDevice scheme. I will create my course in WikiEducator with pedagogical templates and then try to export it in mediawiki format to WikiBooks. I still don't understand if the course still will be compatible with SCORM (to make it interoperable on platforms and the web)--SwedInBalchik 15:33, 28 April 2012 (UTC)

If you want to experiment with WikiEducator content in a learning management system, there are two options:

  1. Use an IFrame in the LMS page that pulls in live content from WikiEducator. The Links item in the navigation Toolbox is designed to simplify this.
  2. You can experiment with the tool that allows packaging a snapshot of a book "collection" in IMS Content Package or IMS Common Cartridge form.

Hi Jim, I saw your tool for packaging and red about your workflow with OpenOffice to export in MediaWiki wikitext format.

Create a book
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