[SLED] Wiki recommendations?
neil at knowsense.co.uk
Tue May 12 06:10:44 PDT 2009
Personally I've always felt that Wiki's don't always work too well, and
often what people want is a really easy to use CMS. I've recently been
asked to help out on the development of a new CMS product - a sample site
built with it is www.flyingisland.co.uk - and we are on the look out for
organisations that would be interested in trialling it. Schools were the
original target communities for the system. We are also working on SL
integration of an experimental version of the same CMS, so that you can see
if other users are online, and if so launch a meeting in SL with them,
taking the content with you.
Let me know if this sounds like it might be useful
Neil Canham / Richard Meiklejohn in SL
From: educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com
[mailto:educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com]On Behalf Of Bruce
Sent: 12 May 2009 08:58
To: SL Educators (The SLED List)
Subject: Re: [SLED] Wiki recommendations?
Thanks very much to all who replied so quickly to my request about
wikis. I've been doing the rounds of PBWorks, Wikispaces, Wetpaint, and
Tiki-wiki to have look. Now I have an embarrassment of riches! Each has
their own merits. I guess it comes down to range of features, ease of use,
and aesthetic appeal (customisation) options. Hosting my own CMS is a bit
beyond me at the moment, but I'm working up to it ;-). I think I'll start
with Wikispaces, which looks easiest to get into, and perhaps try the others
later. Like many of these tools, there's learning/familiarisation ladder to
climb, so I'd better start climbing!
(PS. I love your E-research lesson resources Deb - much for the students
to think about and do.)
Thanks again for your helpful responses.
All the best,
On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 3:45 PM, Birdie Newborn <birdie.newborn at gmail.com>
I'll second the wikispaces recommendation, though it's the only one I've
used. Easy to use, after a little learning.
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 1:41 PM, Bruce Sommerville
<bdsommerville at gmail.com> wrote:
Which do SLEDers think are the best wiki-creation sites on the web?
I'm looking for (free) sites where students can post their work for peer
review and other group writing/editing tasks.
Thanks for your advice.
Bruce Sommerville (B.Sc M.Phil)
Teacher, Academic Literacy, Sydney.
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