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Steve Kelly

Best practices for attribution - CC Wiki - 29 views

  • Best practices for attribution
  • You can use CC-licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions. One condition of all CC licenses is attribution. Here are some good (and not so good) examples of attribution. Note: If you want to learn how to mark your own material with a CC license go here.
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    Digital Citizenship Alert!  Best Practices for Creative Commons Attributions!
Jim Tiffin Jr

ISTE's Special Interest Group for Digital StoryTelling (SIGDS) Wiki - 43 views

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    Resources, links, webinars, twitterchat archives, and more... all related to the work done by ISTE's SIGDS community.
N Butler

educationalwikis - Examples of educational wikis - 81 views

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    Get source for educational wiki's
Jac Londe

Buckminster_Fuller - 1 views

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    In 1927 Fuller resolved to think independently which included a commitment to "the search for the principles governing the universe and help advance the evolution of humanity in accordance with them... finding ways of doing more with less to the end that all people everywhere can have more and more."[
psmiley

Tech2Learn - Project-Based Learning - 3 views

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    Wiki about PBL
Don Doehla

Ekopedia - 21 views

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    Un wiki en français sur l'environnement
Janice McGuire

Medfield's District-Wide Technology Day 2013 - home - 1 views

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    This is an awesome example of how to use a wiki for professional development. Thank you Neal.
Tony Bollino

Directory of Learning & Performance Tools « Centre for Learning & Performance... - 45 views

  • Tools for creating, delivering, managing and/or tracking learning and/or providing a formal social learning environment.
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    Over 2,000 tools for learning and working in education and the workplace
Kate Pok

Intersections: History and New Media: Wiki in the History Classroom - 5 views

  • Students did not agree on the merits of the wiki. Some were deeply offended when other students eliminated or modified their contributions. Others found the chance to pick apart other’s words and conclusions exhilarating. Regardless, most students seemed to grasp the important lesson I hoped to share: that history is the conversation we have about the past. History is about the authorial choices scholars make. History is about the evidence included and the evidence excluded. By asking students to participate in a joint-writing exercise, they were compelled to pay attention to the language others used, the phrasings and structure employed, the anecdotes emphasized, the facts obscured. I told them the story of an undergraduate English professor I had who spent an entire class session discussing why Shakespeare began Macbeth with the word “when”. Words matter. Words shape arguments. They determine meaning, and they form our view of the world around us, including our view of the history of the world around us. Students also came to appreciate that history was not a bag of facts we historians force them to memorize. Instead, as Appleby, Hunt, and Jacob suggest, history is the product of that collective effort of truth seeking.
  • I still caution students about using Wikipedia. But I think the wiki can help our students see themselves as part of that democratic conversation so important to our profession. Throwing their ideas into the ring for others to challenge forces students to defend their ideas, modify their conclusions, and reconsider their assumptions. The wiki, while not perfect, may help us change the way our students think about history. It may help them be more attentive to language and argument. Importantly, it may help them value civil discourse as a civic virtue. These are good lessons for history students and for their professors.

    —Kevin B. Sheets is associate professor of history at the State University of New York, College at Cortland and project director of the “American Dream Project,” a Teaching American History grant-based project in upstate New York. He regularly teaches courses in historical methods and American intellectual and cultural history.

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    Great description of the merits of using a wiki in a classroom.
jose villanueva

Web comercio internacional - 1 views

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    Web de uso en curso universitario, buenas practicas en el uso de técnicas de importacion y exportacion, usando wiki
N Butler

trakAxPC Help Centre - Video Tutorials, Wiki and Forums for trakAxPC - 19 views

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    trakAcPC was recommended to create enhanced Podcasts. It is similar to Garage Band.
Naomi RC

Introducing the Editable Website wiki type - 70 views

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    new options for converting a wikispace, now called a basic wiki, into an editable website. Can publish a classroom wiki once work is completed to a website to share with a wider audience. Looks like it has lots of potential for classroom teachers.
BalancEd Tech

BalancEdTech - EngagEd Through Games - 42 views

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    Project that includes:
    - Learning about learning
    - Gaming
    - Wiki Editing
    - Teamwork.
msrivera

Wikis | Common Craft - 66 views

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    Awesome sight that provides simple video tutorials
Holly Gerla

Digital-ID - home - 7 views

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    A wiki created by two teachers with contributions from teachers and students regarding digital citizenship and related topics. Check the page: Student-Created Content
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    Lessons for digital citizenship
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    Provide students, teachers, and administrators with a toolkit of reliable information, resources, and guidelines to help all of us learn how to be upstanding Digital Citizens who maintain a healthy Digital Identity (ID) in the 21st Century.
    Build a collaborative platform for teachers and students the world over to contribute to our ever-growing curriculum collaborations and student-created content.
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    21st Century Citizenship wiki
Roland Gesthuizen

musicteachtech - ictev2012 - 32 views

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    #ICTEV Conference 2012 Resources and Activities for music teachers
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