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 Welcome to the webtools wiki! Help us test new tools on the web.

 

Help us develop this resource. It's easy to add your own comments, even new pages! In the SideBar, Introduction gives you the background to the site and How Do I? has simple instructions.

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Anonymous said

at 12:23 pm on Apr 19, 2007

Very interesting Andrew. Giving me food for thought, I will discuss with the staff IT trainers to see how this might be used in the curriculum training we are currently doing for the vocational areas across the College.

Anonymous said

at 12:45 pm on Apr 19, 2007

Some good stuff here, but it is the management of this that raises problems within a college environment. I am using a wiki within Blackboard with staff, as a place for recording meetings (agendas and minutes) so everyone can add to the agenda, or amend minutes online. This is going quite well. I also more ambitiously tried to start an A to Z staff information area, but only one or two people have added stuff.
The other thing I want to know is how we reconcile these open flexible tools with a rigid curriculum and assessment system? You read the becta review of web 2 emerging technologies and they say Myspace etc is something we have to get to grips with, but how does this fit into the vice of attainment and achievement sausage machine?

Anonymous said

at 2:44 pm on Apr 20, 2007

Two great ideas here - the A-Z and the 'vice of attainment and achievement sauasge machine' I'll write about both shortly! thanks to both for the feedback here.

Anonymous said

at 2:32 am on Apr 23, 2007

I'm going to add a new front page soon, add a simple guide as to how to use the site(s), and make it a bit smarter, moving most of the intro text to a second page. So Don't Panic if it looks different. May also pick another theme too.

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