Wiki's in Plain English...


To modify any page on this web site, you must first become a Wikispaces member.

To join you can either

  1. Reply to the email I sent you (If you are a Cluster member)
  2. Or go to Wikispaces

  • When you're signing up it gives you an option to create a new wikispace.
  • You can just say NO to that. If you change your mind later, it's really easy to create a wikispace.
  • After you become a Wikispaces member, return to this wiki web site and click the 'join' link at the top of the page.
  • Wikispaces sends me an e-mail automatically, and after I get the e-mail, I will approve your membership and send you a reply.

  • After you are approved, find the page you want to change, and click the Edit button on that page.
  • You will then see the text of the page in an edit box.

  • Make the necessary changes, and click the Preview button to be sure it looks right.
  • Once you have verified the page, click the Save button.

  • Wiki pages are written in a code known as wikitext. It accomplishes the same things as HTML, but it's a lot simpler.
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The wikispaces HELP (button found top right hand corner of the page) is very clear and consise with plain language and brilliant support.....remember to check it out.
Here is a screen shot example of one of the pages...
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I appreciate any feedback or suggestions that you may have and are more than happy for you to drop me an email if you are 'stuck' or just need a little more direction.

Want 'WOW' for your WIKI site.....Click HERE
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An acknowledgement to Lenva Shearing who presented during Breakout 1 at the Learning@Schools Conference this is a fantastic resource for those ready to take the next step with their wiki. Watch this site for changes coming soon..... like scrolling banners etc.....