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Moodle 2.8 Wiki Activity - Moodle Tuts

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How to use the Wiki Activity in the Learn Moodle site – an introduction to the collaborative information resource for users to add to Moodle, similar to the Wikipedia site.

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Moodle 2: Creating a Wiki Activity - YouTube

Learn how to create a Wiki activity in Moodle 2. 


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The Wiki activity - YouTube

Overview of Moodle's wiki activity - part of the Learn Moodle 2013 series using Moodle 2.5

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Hackpad in Education

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Hackpad is a new wiki-tool that lets your students edit pages simultaneous. Free and easy to use. Read the guide, and start using Hackpad in Education with a background in pedagogical reflections


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André Manssen's curator insight, March 14, 2013 2:57 PM

Een gratis wiki.

Erik Devlies's comment, April 4, 2013 11:34 AM
www.edidaktik.dk is een goeie website, idd. Wist niet dat je die ook volgde.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Almost Everything You Need to Know About Wikispaces

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"If there is such a thing as an "old reliable" resource in the world of ed tech, Wikispaces qualifies. I've been using Wikispaces for various purposes and recommending it to others since I started this blog. Over the years I've created screencast videos about how to use it, created slideshows about how to use it, and linked to other educators' tutorials on it. But until very recently, Wikispaces didn't have its own YouTube Channel dedicated to showing you how to use the features they offer..."


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Moodle plugins: Wiki export

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This plugin adds the ability to export Moodle wikis as either PDFs or epub documents.

 

It was developed by Davo Smith of Synergy Learning, on behalf of the Judicial Institute for Scotland

 

Usage


Once the plugin is installed, you can visit a wiki, then click on the new 'Export as epub' or 'Export as PDF' links that appear in the activity administration block (with javascript enabled, similar links are inserted on the top-right corner of the page).

 

Users with the 'mod/wiki:managewiki' capability also get a 'Sort pages for export' link, that allows them to choose the order in which pages will appear in the export.

 

There is an additional global setting which allows a copy of any wikis on the site to be sent (as a PDF) to a given email address, whenever they are updated (note, this will not export all wikis on the site the first time it is configured, it only sends those that have been updated since the email address was first entered).


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Nick Varney's curator insight, October 22, 2014 9:44 AM

Looks very useful! Improves the ability to mark a wiki and ensures no pages are missed.

Miriam Fischer's curator insight, October 23, 2014 3:27 AM

Gute Idee, schon oft wurde ich gefragt, wie man die gemeinsame Arbeit im Moodle-Wiki exportieren könnte.

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Why I Still Love Wikispaces!

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I have been creating wikis with Wikispaces for quite some time. I use wikis for student collaborative projects and I use them during professional development. I use wikis as a place to collect, organize and share content that often originates on a blog post I've written.


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Moodle 2.5 Wiki Beginner Tutorial - Moodle Tuts

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Moodle 2.5 Wiki beginner tutorial. Moodle wikis are collections of collaboratively authored web pages, beginning with a home page that students can edit, and to which they can link more pages. You can create wikis at course, group and individual level.

 

Moodle Wikis are particularly useful as part of a group work activity. They are places where students can present the fruits of their research, or the drafts of their group reports, for comment and input from the other members of the group. The reporting features enable instructors to more fairly assess the individual input of team members, and to view the project within the course site.

 

 


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Miloš Bajčetić's curator insight, March 17, 2014 4:15 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYu4zZ7EIdY#t=19

Isabel Matos's curator insight, March 24, 2014 5:57 PM
A tutorial if you are thinking about using Wikis in your next class!
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17 Digital Writing Tools

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Shona Whyte:

Nik Peachey has this collection of writing tools on Meaki, including collaborative writing spaces - notepads, wikis, online whiteboards - writing prompts (Toasted Cheese) and spelling/word frequency checkers.


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E-Learning Certificate Program: Video Tutorials - Introduction to Google Sites

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Google Sites continues to provide web publishing system that attracts teachers and technologist. The tight coordination between Google Sites and Google Docs make this system very appealing to anyone who stores their document content in Google's Cloud. 

 

These video tutorials will help you better understand how to get the job done with Google Sites.  It's a nerdy tool with many 'non-intuitive' aspects.  However, once you climb the learning curve and master the tricky menu/navigation creation process you can do a great deal with this "free" product! 


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