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|Welcome to WikiEducator||0||19:28, 27 November 2008|
|Greetings from Vancouver||2||16:24, 27 November 2008|
Hello from a rugby fan in Gisborne, New Zealand. We are known for our surfing, but ocean fishing is also not bad.
I'm a software developer rather than an educator. I'm sure we would all be interested to hear if there are particular features that are confusing or difficult to use.
With the right attitude a wiki can be fantastically liberating, because it is very difficult to break. You (or someone else) can always edit, fix, and enhance. For example we use it to collaboratively author the documentation of our software project and then bundle it up and include it with the software. --Jim 06:28, 27 November 2008 (UTC)
Welcome!!!! I'm very pleased to see a growing number of secondary level educators joining our project. I'd really like to see the school sector collaborating more on the wiki. Looking forward to your leadership in making this happen.
From my side -- I'll do my best to connect you with like minded educators around the world.
Thank you for your warm welcome.At the moment we are into our second session - supposedly to write up items as contributions towards the English activities for Form 2 repeaters. However, confusion over the proper use of function keys of the wiki programme is an initial obstacle requiring mastery first so wish us luck. Regards from Tuvaluu
Not too worry -- pretty soon everyone will have mastered the basics. Already you are publishing to the Internet!!!!! Wishing you the best of luck --- and to confirm that you shouldn't worry about any mistakes. In the wiki world every mistake can be fixed :-)