So what is Networked Learning?

thUTCp31UTC08bUTCWed, 08 Aug 2007 22:53:28 +0000 13, 2007

LECTURE 2: PB WIKI

Filed under: LECTURE 2 — melanie1987 @ 9:53p08

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PB Wikias easy as a Peanut Butter sandwich!

 A wiki is an easy-to-use web page that multiple people can edit.

It’s like a shared whiteboard online. Don’t worry about getting IT support or installing any software. We handle all of that. You just start typing and get an online classroom in about 5 minutes.       

Why use PBwiki?

No HTML experience required. Create a syllabus, share it with your students, and let them write collaborative essays online. Create online Powerpoint-like presentations right from your wiki.      

Who else is using PBwiki?pbwiki-chart.jpg 

We host over 135,000 wikis and thousands of others have used PBwikis for their classrooms, from elementary schools to Stanford and Harvard.    

http://mrlindsay.pbwiki.com  is Mr. Lindsay’s beautiful classroom wiki, where he demos his students’ work with book reviews, poems, stories, and tons of other resources. It’s a wiki run “by the students, for the students.”  

http://cas100b.pbwiki.com  is another excellent educational wiki. You’ll note the project proposals, class notes, and different sections for different classes.  

http://epochewiki.pbwiki.com  is the Penn State English 15 course, which is required for all freshman English students at Penn State.    

PBwiki can help you engage with your audience.

PBwiki provides educators an easy way to post class room material online and gives students the ability to collaborate through the internet.  

 PBwiki is helping educators educate. http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=455b3fa09a282e0d496f .

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1 Comment »

  1. Hi Mel,

    Your blog looks very informative, i might read it later on LOL!!!

    Karlie

    Comment by soymocha — thUTCp31UTC08bUTCThu, 09 Aug 2007 02:53:47 +0000 13, 2007 @ 9:53p08 | Reply


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