- Wikis are a collaborative technology…for creating webpages and websites.…The term Wiki comes from the Hawaiian word…wiki-wiki, which means quick.…That's appropriate, since Wikis are quick and easy to edit.…You don't need to know any HTML code.…Wikis may be easy to edit,…but they can get big and complex too.…You've probably visited one of the…most wide-reaching Wikis in the world, Wikipedia.…Thousands of contributors have created over…31 million encyclopedia…articles in 285 languages.…
Well, I'm not suggesting your class is going…to make millions of Wiki pages, but the Moodle Wiki…is a great tool for collaborative…documents and team projects.…Here's how to set up a Wiki.…First, I'll turn editing on,…using the button in the top right corner.…Next, I'll scroll down to the section…where I want to add the Wiki.…Then, I'll choose the Add an activity or resource link…in the bottom right corner of that section.…I'll select Wiki from the activities list,…and click the Add button at the bottom of the window.…
On the Adding a new Wiki page,…
- Navigating a Moodle course
- Setting up learning outcomes
- Adding, moving, editing, and deleting blocks
- Uploading files for students to download
- Adding links and RSS feeds
- Adding students and teaching assistants
- Creating groups
- Communicating with announcements, polls, emails, and chat
- Facilitating discussions, peer review, and team projects
- Creating and grading quizzes and assignments
- Working with the Moodle gradebook
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Ready to Teach with Moodle
2. Preparing Your Course in Moodle
3. Managing Course Resources in Moodle
4. Managing Course Participants in Moodle
5. Communicating with Students in Moodle
6. Facilitating Activities in Moodle
7. Assessing Learning in Moodle
8. Course Administration in Moodle
Setting up the gradebook5m 3s
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