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Patrick, Curious, if you think it would be possible to use wikis to actually conduct monitoring and evaluation?--Patrina Huff 14:27, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
Interesting thought, Patrina. I'm not sure I know enough about wikis yet to be give you even a half-useful answer. What I do know is that web-based communication - either synchronous, or asynchronous - is increasing used for gathering qualitative information from people for evaluation purposes. Of course the people involved have to be IT literate and have access to the internet, but happily that includes more and more people as every month goes by.
I like the detail combined with good organization that is apparent at your site. I have tried for a couple of years now to enliven my Advanced Placement Spanish course with a blogging activity, and I think the workshop has given me ideas on how to combine necessary training with, as you put it, "the wisdom of crowds," so that the blogging contributions of my students will not be something dictated from me, nor will they be the timid contributions I have heretofore seen in that course.
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