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Wiki Rubric
http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/rubrics.cfm
Wiki Rubric
Karen Franker's rubric includes criteria for assessing individual and group Wiki contributions.
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A wiki debate visualization tool
https://debategraph.org/
A wiki debate visualization tool
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Interesting Ways to use Wikis in a Classroom
http://edte.ch/blog/interesting-ways/
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Wikipedia and Britannica: A Comparison
http://www.nmc.edu/resources/library/help/research-tips/wikipedia-britannica.pdf
Wikipedia and Britannica: A Comparison
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Examples of educational wikis
http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/Examples+of+educational+wikis
Examples of educational wikis
The educational wikis on this page are listed in alphabetical order. We invite you to add yours to our list!
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Best educational wiki 2007 : EduBlog Awards
http://edublogawards.com/2007/best-educational-wiki-2007/
Best educational wiki 2007 : EduBlog Awards
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Using Wiki in Education
http://www.wikiineducation.com/display/ikiw/Home
Using Wiki in Education
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A Rubric for the Assessment of Wikis
http://www.readwritethink.org/lesson_images/lesson979/WikiRubric.pdf
A Rubric for the Assessment of Wikis
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Wikis : Videos and PowerPoints
http://wikivideolibrary.blogspot.com/
Wikis : Videos and PowerPoints
The link above goes to one of the Shambles "Forest of Theme Blogs" pages that provides videos and other multimedia resources to support the topic here.
If you would like to see all of the Theme Blogs then go to the full list at http://www.shambles.net/blogforest or click where you see this button The Shambles Forest of Theme Blogs
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LibraryZone
http://libraryzone.wikispaces.com/
LibraryZone is a virtual space of Kowloon Junior School Library in Hong Kong.
In LibraryZone students learn about wiki and how to use it.
They work collaboratively on research projects, create information resources, write stories and exchange their ideas through wiki email and discussion pages.
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wikiHow
http://www.wikihow.com/Main-Page
wikiHow is a collaborative writing project to build the world's largest how-to manual. With your contributions, we can create a free resource that helps people by offering clear, concise solutions to the problems of everyday life. wikiHow contains over 15,000 articles written, edited, and maintained primarily by volunteers.
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Wikiversity
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Wikiversity:Main_Page
Wikiversity : a free learning community.
Wikiversity is a community for the creation and use of free learning materials and activities.
Wikiversity is a multidimensional social organization dedicated to learning, teaching, research and service. Its primary goals are to:
* Create and host free content, multimedia learning materials, resources, and curricula for all age groups in all languages
* Develop collaborative learning projects and communities around these materials
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English-language Wiktionary
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Main_Page
Welcome to the English-language Wiktionary, a collaborative project to produce a free, multilingual dictionary with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations, sample quotations, synonyms, antonyms and translations.
Wiktionary is the lexical companion to the open-content encyclopedia Wikipedia.
In this English edition, started on December 12, 2002, we currently have 311,736 entries in 389 languages. Learn how to start a page, how to edit entries, experiment in the sandbox and visit our Community Portal to see how you can participate in the development of Wiktionary. The content of Wiktionary is covered by the GNU Free Documentation License; see Wiktionary copyrights for details.
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Blogs and wikis : use in libraries
http://islmablogswikis.wikispaces.com/
Blogs and wikis and how we can use them in libraries
Why Should We Use Wikis and Blogs With Our Students? | How Can We Use Blogs and Wikis in Libraries & Schools? A Brainstorm of Ideas | Links To School Library Wikis | Links to Public Library Wikis | Links to Book Wikis | Wikis for Librarians |
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Wiki: Collaborative Editing in Education
http://tinyurl.com/fbnx4
Wiki: Collaborative Editing in Education (teachinghacks) | Ideas Around Classroom Uses of Wikis | Practical Advice For the Use in the Classroom | Rules and Guidelines | Wiki Workshops | Wikis and Social Studies | Wikis and Math | Wikis and Writing | Wikis and Science |
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Wikis in Education: Online Presentation & Materials
http://whiplash.pbwiki.com/Wikis
Wikis in Education: Online Presentation & Materials
This workshop has a ten minute online presentation from Darren Kuropatwa and the webpage contains definitions and how to set up and use a Wiki
There are examples of Wikis used in Education
Using Wikis for Critical Thinking in Education
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Wikipedia
http://www.wikipedia.org/
Welcome to Wikipedia, a free-content encyclopedia in many languages.
In this English edition, started in January 2001, we are working on 360558 articles.
Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community
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Wikibooks
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Main_Page
Wikibooks, a collection of open-content textbooks that anyone can edit.
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Wikiversity
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikiversity
Wikiversity
Wikiversity is a collection of open content courses that are being collaboratively written on this website.
This site is a wiki, meaning that anyone, including you, can edit any course module right now by clicking on the edit this page link that appears in every Wikiversity module.
The primary audience of Wikiversity are students. This differs from other open content learning centers such as MIT Open Courseware, whose primary audience are fellow instructors. The difference is in the type and focus of material in a course.
At one of those websites, the focus is on syllabi and schedules. Wikiversity's focus is on putting out enough material to actually explain course concepts to the student. Educators are welcome to use this material under the GFDL, but facilitating this is not the project's primary goal.
Wikiversity and wikibooks have a lot of overlap. This section discusses the differences between them, and how to determine which you should publish at. The major difference between the two is the difference between a course and a book. A course combines multiple methods of learning, to increase the chance of a student learning.
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