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==== Examples of using a Wiki for teaching:<br>  ====
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Some assignments may lend themselves to using the SFU Public Wiki service (the wiki that you are looking at right now). &nbsp;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 staff). 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]
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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:
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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
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*a list of individual people&nbsp;
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==== 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]

Latest revision as of 17:07, 19 June 2008

SFU Instructors and the SFU Wiki service

Some assignments may lend themselves to using the SFU Public Wiki service (the wiki that you are looking at right now).  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 staff). 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