PB Wikis

It really is all about staying connected through networks… Just received an email through my membership with the CA CUE (Computer Using Educators) informing me that Atomic Learning offers tutorials on PB Wikis… and they are free through Sept 2007.  Here’s your chance if you have been wondering about this FREE WIKI service… Watch the tutorials at http://www.atomiclearning.com/pbwiki

Also big thanks to Vanessa Jones, who attended our CA Institute, for letting us know that as educators you can get a free upgrade for PB WIKI.  Here’s that link  https://educators.pbwiki.com/PBwiki-Presenter-Packs

I am always being asked if I know of any great teacher created WIKIs… so if you have one, post here and let us know :)

Comments

  1. Karen C. Seddon

    Our favorite explanation of wikis done here in sunny (hot) Florida is The Common Craft Show at http://blip.tv/file/246821
    It’s wikis in plain English!

    As always, I am
    Ubiquitously yours,
    Karen

  2. Martha Thornburgh

    Woo Hoo! Just signed up for the presenters pack. I currently have 4 differnent PBWikis. None are really share worthy, they are all for collaborative projects and grants with which I am involved. I do plan on creating one for my students to contribute to this school year. I too, love the Wikis in Plain English video.

  3. Lori Reed

    Pbwikis are great! I have several for various purposes and love the ease of creating them. One is for students to write in (3rd graders) and the other I just set up last week. This one is another attempt to connect with more parents than with newsletters plus it was much faster than reworking a website this year. Not finished yet/school has not yet begun, but the address is http://www.roosgrade3.pbwiki.com if you’re interested.

  4. Karen C. Seddon

    PBwikis really are simple and so great to help teachers understand collaborating. Our Florida Digital Educators are creating this one and it’s presently been added to by at least 20 different teachers to date.

    http://pobox.pbwiki.com/

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