A common complaint about wikis is the inability to handle multiple single page edits at one time.Where a single page needs to be constructed by multiple people in the same timeframe an option has always been to split the content into separate pages and then gather it together again. I had overlooked the new Wikispaces [...]
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October 13th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Tools & applications
August 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Events, Learning & teaching, TELT news, Tools & applications
Just in case you are not subscribing to the Connections blog… The following upcoming seminar might be of interest. Exploring the affordances of the online learning tool, UNSW Wikispaces, in enhancing the group assessment experience for both students and tutors with Helen Caple, School of English, Media and Performing Arts and Mike Bogle, FASS Wednesday [...]
November 4th, 2009 · No Comments · Resources, Tools & applications
The following series of videos from Stewart Mader is nearly two years old now but a valuable overview for people starting out with wikis nevertheless. Stewart introduces the series in the video embedded below. Links to the subsequent videos can be found below… 21 Days of Wiki Adoption from Stewart Mader on Vimeo. Videos: Introducing [...]
October 2nd, 2009 · 1 Comment · Connections & collaboration, Events, Resources, TELT news, Tools & applications
It’s been a big week for our wiki pilot here at UNSW with a visit from Adam Frey from Wikispaces and also the release of a number of new useful upgrade features. Here at UNSW we met with Adam to discuss options and requirements for the implementation of wSSO. A small but select number of [...]
August 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Learning & teaching, TELT news, Tools & applications
[CC FlickR image: cogdogblog] Along with blogs, social bookmarking and social networking, wikis are widely viewed as an integral component of any suite of educational technologies available for use by staff and students. They are particularly useful for collaborative content development. During 2009 we’re piloting the (premium private label) Wikispaces wiki platform here at UNSW. [...]
May 12th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Syndicated Post
Given my role in the TELT project as an eLearning Researcher and Educational Technologist, I should probably preempt this post by saying the opinions and perspectives contained here are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of UNSW, or the individuals in the video. Basically this isn’t a formal media release; they’re just my thoughts and experiences.
This video was posted just this evening on the UNSW eLearning Channel at YouTube and I thought it was worth sharing. This is primarily to establish a point of reference regarding …
May 6th, 2009 · No Comments · Events, SENG, Syndicated Post
In light of the innaugural meeting of the SENG network (formal name STILL being discussed) yesterday, I wanted to take a couple of minutes to reflect on what took place, what was discussed, and throw in a few words on my interpretations and opinions .
We dropped the ball on recording the event
I’m very sorry to [...]
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