Wiki – What is a Wiki?

Wikis, the name of which came from the Hawaiian word for “quick” are shared Web pages that are simple to edit and allow a group of people to collaborate on the Wiki/Web page.

Wikis Made Easy

http://www.commoncraft.com/video-wikis-plain-english



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Wiki from Bud the Teacher

http://budtheteacher.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page



Wiki Examples for Teaching and Learning

9th grade math Wiki

http://vanraalte.wikispaces.com/



7th grade prealgebra Wiki

http://usnprealgebra.wikispaces.com/



Book Wiki “The Wright3”

http://thewright3.wikispaces.com/



Unsolved mysteries Wiki 5th grade

http://unsolvedmysteries.wikispaces.com/



6th grade – CSI Wiki

http://csi.wikispaces.com/



Weathering

http://weathering.wikispaces.com/



Diedre’s Wiki Tools

http://wiki.usask.ca/db/index.php/Wikis



http://www.wikidot.com/



Wiki about podcasting:

http://langarts8.wikispaces.com/



Class wiki – sandbox

http://madamehebert.wikispaces.com/



Science students – Wiki

http://designeranimals.pbwiki.com/



Wiki spaces – Media link

http://blog.wikispaces.com/2007/09/play-your-media-on-wikispaces.html



Wikispaces – Widgets

http://blog.wikispaces.com/2007/09/widgets.html



Cities around the world Lucy Gray (5th grade history/geography):

https://citiesaroundtheworld.wikispaces.com/



Wikis, Blogs, etc. for libraries

http://swalconference.pbwiki.com