Rethinking definition of WikiEducator

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I like the way that WikiEducator means website and community in one. Great idea to refer to members with small 'e' -- Wikieducators! I will definitely use this in informal settings. Let's see if it takes hold.

And in the meantime, we'll use WikiEducator member in the policy documents to ensure clarity. I'll make the changes (and change back my initial edits on this topic in the style guidelines policy).

ASnieckus (talk)06:38, 26 August 2009

A third class could be "wiki-educator" (hyphen) when referring to people who also use Wikiversity and other wiki-based platforms.

KTucker (talk)12:14, 30 September 2009


Great thought and what a coincidence that you post this today. I an entry for WikiEducator in the WikiEducator glossary last night and remembered that this post had some interesting nuance that we could put in the definition, but wasn't sure where to start looking for it.

And then today it shows up in my "There are new messages for you" page, with another good thought to add to the definition.

Thanks, Alison

ASnieckus (talk)14:10, 30 September 2009