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You Can't Break the Wiki

 

Here are some options for helping you learn various skills related to the wiki.

 

Wiki Related

 

How to edit a table and create a link

 

Here is a link to Siri's podcast with an overview of the coolkidlit assignment!

 

Here is how to create a link as a podcast. 

 

This video can help you  Create a Page and Consider Design Elements

 

Advanced Tutorial on clean links in the Wiki or D2L

 

MindMeister Related

A MindMeister is a graphic organizer or concept map tool that can be edited by multiple parties simultaneously. Crazy fun. The history button is one of the coolest features.

 

How to MindMeister

(Which you might want to embed in one of your lesson plan activities for a student activity...)

 

VoiceThread Related

VoiceThread is a slideshow or movie player that you can add voice-over to, draw on, or stop and highlight. But more compellingly: anyone else can do the same to your work. You can create asynchronous dialogues or test students where they can respond visually and orally. Insane fun and super helpful with exceptional learners, especially ELL students and students with any linguistic related issues.

 

How to VoiceThread

(Which you might want to embed in one of your lesson plan activities for a student activity...)

 

Podcast Related 

Podcasts are audio files that you can listen to from anything that will plan an mp3 style file. Your computer will play them. You can download Quicktime or iTunes (even on a windows computer) to play these. You can probably put them on your cell phone. You can certainly put them on your MP3 player. You might want to use these to have students create podcasts themselves, or you may want to teach them how to do something from a podcast.

 

I used to like GCast because it had this amazing feature of being able to create podcasts for free from any phone. It was incredible. They couldn't afford to sustain it so now you have to pay for that service. It isn't a lot, but still. If you had many exceptional learners with writing related disabilities it might be worth signing up for this.

 

But now I prefer PodBean or just creating Mp3's and sending as files.

 

Here is a video on How to Create a Podcast using Audacity

 

Want to make your own podcasts? Sign up for a free account on Gcast. Here are directions for how to do do this. How to upload your Mp3 to GCast

Add Audio to Your Podcast.pdf

 

 

 

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