Posts Tagged “Wikis”

Online Life: wikis and forums

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Moodle trial is coming along.  People ask “Is it going OK?” and I’m often unsure how to answer.  What is ‘OK?’ There is a feeling, often expressed among the participant lecturers “I’m not really doing much, just using the basics”.  I came in today for the first time this term to find NO e-mails about…

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E-mail & what can do it better . . cont

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E-mail & what can do it better . .  cont

I have a well defined, high stakes, major project, with several members in the team, complexities around goals, timelines an politics: the Moodle trial.  A dead sitter for a better way to work.  I am going to find another way. Week 8 with Luis on his “experiment, or initiative, at work where (he has) diverted…

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End of Long Dark Tunnel

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Basically, I can now look ahead. Our UCTL integration is complete (except that they are thinking of moving our new buddies at the Learning Skills Centre further away and out of the middle of Campus), we have a website (nearly releaseable), the LMS review committee is moving along, we have a wiki to play with,…

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Wikis again: WikiSym and “Structure vs Freedom”

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Wikis again: WikiSym and “Structure vs Freedom”

There is still a lot of interest in wikis around here. Ran a short presentation last month, “Now you’ve got your wiki, what now?” looking at ways to introduce their use to a group. Odd how little connections can somehow open whole new doors.  John Fountain’s sister Renee spoke recently at a wiki conference in…

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