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How to prepare a wiki page

Page history last edited by Tonya Howe 11 years, 4 months ago

You can add to and change many of the pages on this website--that is the nature of a wiki, which provides a collaborative, web-based writing environment. Several assignments this term will require you to contribute your work to this class webspace. To do so, you must first log into the wiki using your classroom account--only registered users can contribute.

 

To learn more about adding your work to this space, watch this screencast in which I create a simple page with links (specifically for an assignment in EN426), or this short video on wikis. You should also browse the PBworks user manual, which has lots of great information on adding images, links, tables, and more.

 

Note: This technology is very intuitive, and it uses many of the same visual cues and tools that Word and other word processing software uses. We will go over how to add to the wiki together, in class, but beyond that work, I am expecting you to learn on your own! A portion of your participation grade for this class will include your ability to learn the technology.

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