Tag: wikis

  • PD, Twitter and Me

    I stopped by a PD session for educators online this morning.  It was run via ustream.tv on the wiki site Open pd and was not without its glitches (sound drop outs etc but this is almost mandatory in sessions like this). This truly open, global professional development session demonstrated a very useful way for individuals’…

  • First axiom …

    Doh, here I go again! I’ve long believed the first axiom of teaching is ‘Take nothing for granted.’ Had a couple of hours lab workshop this morning on Macs with a third-year group of students. I’m teaching them how to use the apps and services available on the web to create their own online, digital…

  • So much in three days

    Since the last post (!) I have been working at developing a couple of wikis. Flushed with delight at finding a couple that look good, are easy to use, and free for now, I plunged into creating a couple for next semester’s teaching program. The first is to provide audience feedback on a performance project.…

  • Sneaking up on a wiki

    I’ve not been taken overly much with wikis. The ones I’ve had anything to do with (IT in-house developed) were on the whole, boring looking, and tricky to use. Changed my mind when I discovered the neat little Wikispaces. Very easy to put together, and if you don’t mind the advertising (you can remove it…