WikiBuddy certification guidance week 23.04.2012
- I'm in contact with peer educators and have recommended them to sign up as a member in WikiEducator, but I don't know if I fulfilled 'Adopt-a-User'. I have also invited them to use me as their eMentor.. not yet been able to 'Provide evidence of demonstrating WikiEducator to a friend showing how it works'. Any ideas or suggestions? I would love do build a national team for Bulgaria. --SwedInBalchik 16:00, 23 April 2012 (UTC)
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.
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: