Answer to victor :
Kindly give your feedback to how you think this workshop is going.
* Are your expectations been met?' Yes all my expectation have been met and I am very happen to have participated in this workshop.
* Are there other issues/topics you will like to understand more?
Other things I would like to learn more is as follows
projects management tool available in wiki, issue of creating databases that could be respiratory to info send by wiki colleagues, how to collaborate with the local community on issues partnering to community development projects
Wao! thats a lot of good work and comments. I will only promise to "attempt" to answer them. I will also use this opportunity to answer the message you have left on my page.
- how can I insert a maths formula like quadratic in my wiki page ?
<math>Insert formula here</math>
I am not a maths genius and have not tried using maths equations on WE before. But everything seams to be possible. It may sometimes require just a plain old try and error method. The Wiki Markup above however may be helpful. It is also in the edit bar and may give you exactly the kind of result you desire. An example of a Maths lesson developed by someone is this. You can search for others using the search box at the left hand menu boxes
- are projects management tool available in wiki, issue of creating databases that could be respiratory to info send by wiki colleagues, how to collaborate with the local community on issues partnering to community development projects
- I am not very sure what project management tool you mean. There surly may be some content on WE on Project Management. If there isnt, someone has to create it! Maybe we can collaborate to create it? <smile>. The following Curriculum INDEX may be helpful.
- Collaboration in WE is for OER content creation. If the collaboration you are thinking of to aimed at developing OERs, then there are several tools to assist you develop them. The OLCOS Site may be helpful.
--Victor P. K. Mensah 13:39, 26 June 2008 (UTC)