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This is our wiki cafe where participants hang out during coffee breaks. Feel free to join the discussions

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  1. Make sure that you have an account on WikiEducator and that you are currently logged in. (Your WikiEducator username will appear as a link on the top right-hand area of your browser window.
  2. Click on the edit tab (towards the top of your browser screen) and sign your edit by clicking on the Button sig.png or typing four tildes (~~~~) then click on the save button below your screen.


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Hi, my name is Patricia Schlicht and I have been working with and for Dr. Wayne Mackintosh as the WikiEducator Learning4Content Coordinator and Community Builder on Wikieducator.

I have gained extensive knowledge in open and distance learning (ODL) and technology-mediated learning since 2000 when I started working in the industry. I was introduced to the concept of Free/Libre Open Education in eLearning in May 2006 through Dr. Wayne Mackintosh, the founder of WikiEducator. I have since become an avid WikiEducator and online facilitator for our Learning4Content workshops and are very much involved in promoting WikiEducator and building capacity in the global communities. I am actively monitoring and evaluating WikiEducator activities, among the many other activities I am involved in, building a sustainable global network of WikiEducators. Feel free to visit my page, to leave me comments--Patricia Schlicht 18:58, 13 August 2009 (UTC)


My name is Nellie Deutsch. I am researching instructor use of blended learning in higher education and very passionate about collaborative learning and instruction. Please feel free to contact me for help or just to say hello. Thank you. --Nellie Deutsch 20:37, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

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My name is Stewart Tagg. I'm a high school English teacher at Kings High School in Dunedin, New Zealand and I'm very happy to be a part of this profound shift in Educational philosophy - quite inspiring and exciting! Looking forward to figuring out how to use this tool and meeting some people along the way.

Hi, my name is Alexandra Francisco and I teach English as a foreign language in Gonçalves Zarco School, in Madeira, Portugal. Even though I am not tech savvy, I have a passion for ICT and I am really looking forward to learn more about this amazing tool, so I can use it to help my students develop their own learning skills.

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I am Samatha Joseph, an integrated science part-time teacher. I am presently persuing my post gradute diploma in education at the University of Guyana. I worked for five years plus with a team of educators producing the first set of english curriculum materials for 'Interactive Radio Instructions" Mathematics for Grades 1, 2 and 3 in Guyana. I have recently started working with a company called 'Iwokrama' as the archive Coordinator. Iwokrama rainforest is one of the World's last intact rainforests. The work of Iwokrama is highly supported by the Commonwealth Secretariat. As for my intest in Wikieducation,it started when I was appointed as country reprsentative to accompany my director to the first Caribbean Educators Workshop in Barbados. I was trained in Wiki editing skills and has sinced trained many of my collegues in the same. I am attending this online Workshop to improve my skills and to learn how I can contribute more and colaborate more with others of the same interst.


Hi Everyone! My name is Kabuki Ocansey, I am not so new here though I haven't gotten so involved. I look forward to meeting great people, sharing ideas and above all making the most of this workshop. I wish everyone an enjoyable and fruitful workshop and I say THANK YOU to Dr. Wayne Mackintosh, the facilitators/coordinators of this workshop for making this and other learning facilities available to us. --Yesnaco 11:14, 14 September 2009 (UTC)

Hi. My name is Debbie Bridge I am currently working within the DEHub (Distance Education Hub) at the University of New England in Australia. The DEHub is a government funded research project designed to promote best practice and research in Distance Education. The DEHub team is planning to utilise WikiEducator in doing this. I am filling an administrative role within the project and hope to gain an understanding of how this space is used and obtain the practical skills that will assist the project in utilising the site. I am quite new to online learning, but looking forward to gaining knowledge and participating in some of the technology that DEHub is promoting. --Dbridge2 01:29, 17 September 2009 (UTC)

Hi, my name is Michael Clarke. I am a retired Geography teacher and Curriculum Officer from the Ministry of Education in Trinidad and Tobago. I expect to be involved as a subject specialist in a new Distance Learning programme which the Ministry has introduced. I hope that this workshop will help me to use IT competently in Distance Learning lessons. --Mfaclarke 02:42, 20 September 2009 (UTC) --

Hi, I am Titilade Bankole I integrate thechnology into education. I am from Nigeria I am proud to be part of this great philosophy.I know I will gain alot and contribute to the program. I am always happy to met people.

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My name is Janet Bianchini. I'm from England but I now live in Italy. I am very much looking forward to further developing my wiki skills on WikiEducator and then using them for my future teaching environments. I hope to share and learn with you all on this fantastic programme.--Janet Bianchini 18:15, 21 September 2009 (UTC)

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Hi!! My name is Virginia Alberti and I'm an Italian math teacher and teacher trainer in two national project about math with tecnology and about LIM ( rispectively m@t.abel project and LIM -as SMART- project). I'm teaching math and statistic in High school (ITIS e LST B.CASTELLI in BRESCIA). I have 4 class and I'm teaching with the integration of the tecnology with a blended approach and the use of MSN, Skype, blog, wiki and dedicated platform for elearning. In my teaching the use of technology is conceived as an integration of teaching in the curriculum and as an instrument of domestic support and recovery activities to achieve minimum learning--Viralber 21:53, 22 September 2009 (UTC)

Friends, my name is Sebastian Panakal. I joined WE so that I can enrol as many educators and teachers from my state Kerala, India into The most literate state in India, Kerala has a lot of untapped talent WE could use. I am an ICT Trainer. I run an Akshaya e Centre, one of the 3200 plus ICT centres run by the Government of Kerala, India to give ICT access to the poor and forestall the digital divide. As a Social Activist, I intend to train face to face or online classes to facilitate as many people as possible onto this project. I simply love the idea of WE.

I have attended an English class of Nellie and discovered how music can be used to teach English. IMHO, she is a wonderfully creative teacher with an emotional resonance with students! I'm also a member of some groups of NING community - Sebastian Panakal, September 24, 2009.

Like everyone at WE, I am committed to this glorious project.