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==== SFU Instructors and the SFU Wiki service ====
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==== SFU Instructors and the SFU Wiki service ====
  
Some assignments may lend themselves to using the [[/public/|SFU Public Wiki service]].  You do not need to request access: the Wiki is open to reading by the world, and editable only by people with an SFU Computing Account (that means all students, faculty and students). This is a good place to introduce the ideas of public scholarship and collaborative knowledge building with a large audience.
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Some assignments may lend themselves to using the [[/public|SFU Public Wiki service]].  You do not need to request access: the Wiki is open to reading by the world, and editable only by people with an SFU Computing Account (that means all students, faculty and students). This is a good place to introduce the ideas of public scholarship and collaborative knowledge building with a large audience.  
  
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If you are teaching a class and would like to use a separate Wiki for that class instead of using the public wiki, email us at [mailto:wiki@sfu.ca wiki@sfu.ca]
  
If you are teaching a class and would like to use a separate Wiki for that class instead of using the public wiki, email us at [mailto:wiki@sfu.ca wiki@sfu.ca]
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Let us know who should have access to your wiki. &nbsp;The members of the wiki can be any combination of:  
  
Let us know who should have access to your wiki. &nbsp;The members of the wiki can be any combination of:
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*the enrolled students for any number or combination of class sections  
 
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*members of any number and combination of SFU maillists  
*the enrolled students for any number or combination of class sections
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*members of any number and combination of SFU maillists
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*a list of individual people&nbsp;
 
*a list of individual people&nbsp;
  
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==== Examples of using a wiki for teaching:<br>  ====
 
==== Examples of using a wiki for teaching:<br>  ====
  
 
[http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2007/11/13/wikipedia_edges_out_term_paper.aspx Example of public scholarship at University of Washington]
 
[http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2007/11/13/wikipedia_edges_out_term_paper.aspx Example of public scholarship at University of Washington]

Revision as of 17:04, 19 June 2008

SFU Instructors and the SFU Wiki service

Some assignments may lend themselves to using the SFU Public Wiki service.  You do not need to request access: the Wiki is open to reading by the world, and editable only by people with an SFU Computing Account (that means all students, faculty and students). This is a good place to introduce the ideas of public scholarship and collaborative knowledge building with a large audience.


If you are teaching a class and would like to use a separate Wiki for that class instead of using the public wiki, email us at wiki@sfu.ca

Let us know who should have access to your wiki.  The members of the wiki can be any combination of:

  • the enrolled students for any number or combination of class sections
  • members of any number and combination of SFU maillists
  • a list of individual people 



Examples of using a wiki for teaching:

Example of public scholarship at University of Washington