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What is a Wiki? Definition from Wikipedia:

A wiki is a type of website that lets anyone create and edit its pages.

Wikiwiki is a word from Hawaiian, meaning "fast" or "speed".

Every wiki can be changed, or edited by everyone, although some important pages cannot be changed by anyone. Wikis are central places where we all can share information with each other,

people can add new information, and then people read them.

Wikis allow information from all around the world to be collection.


For those of you who are new to wikis, you can watch:


Or take a look at the webinar:  PBwiki 101: Your Guide to Wiki Basics


Here are educators talking about using wikis: http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=240&title=What_is_a_PBwiki_




Create Your Own Wiki


To Wikipedia or not to Wikipedia


Other Wiki Projects


Examples of Educational Wikis



Articles on Wikis in the Classroom

50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom

10 Best Practices for using wikis in Education

Get Wild About Wikis

Stuart's Texas Meets California Wiki

Teachers First:  Wiki Ideas in the Classroom




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