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Page history last edited by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach 14 years, 4 months ago

Welcome to EduWikipedia

The place for us all to get our collective act together!

Work initiated by: Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach






* Share this wiki with others. http://eduwikipedia.pbwiki.com


Will Richardson

shared this on his blog:

And to be honest, this is all stemming from a bigger burr in my brain of late that has to do with the seeming randomness of all of the really great work that people in this community are starting to create. It’s just feeling like it’s all over the place, and that if we could in some way get our collective act together, we could start creating an incredibly valuable resource. I know it’s all about small pieces loosely joined, but wouldn’t it be great to point the newcomers to one spot that was a clearinghouse for all of this work? Not to mention the value it would have to us old timers in terms of bringing people in. I mean all of a sudden, it seems like everyone has a wiki, and most all of them have great intent and good content. But there’s also a lot of duplication of effort, and more importantly, dis-connection, at least that what it feels like to me.


So we talked and felt like a starting place would be a wiki that we all build together. It seemed right to create a table of contents first and use it as a "jumping off" place. The toughest part will be deciding on the taxonomy-- but if we all edit together, we should be able to create something organized that will help us all.


This will be "The Book" of sorts. The go to repository of Educational Web 2.0 related tools, resources, experts and so on.


Rather than linking lots of stuff at this point-- join me in designing a table of contents for our working title... Eduwikipedia Once we get the sections hammer out--

we can start connecting our submissions.


Comments, Concerns, Discussions


So add to or edit below...

Table of Contents




**EdBlogger Directory

    • (Please add yourself to the list)



  1. Software options - strengths & weaknesses
  2. Guides for Newbies
  3. K-3
  4. 4-6
  5. 7-12
  6. Higher Ed
  7. Subject Specific
    1. Science
    2. Math
    3. Social Studies
    4. Language Arts
  8. Reading for Professional Learning
  9. Blog Safety
  10. Why Use Blogs in Education? (with examples)
  11. Etc.



  1. Software
  2. Wiki website tools, and their strengths & weaknesses
  3. How to
  4. K-3
  5. 4-6
  6. 7-12
  7. Higher Ed
  8. Subject Specific
    1. Science
    2. Math
    3. Social Studies
    4. Language Arts
  9. Wiki Safety
  10. Why Use Wikis in Education? (with examples)
  11. Etc.



  1. How to
  2. Feeds
  3. Aggregators
    1. SAGE
  4. Uses (possibly Why Use RSS in Education? - with examples)
    1. Uses in higher ed: Syndication for Higher Education



  1. Equipment & software - relative strengths & weaknesses
  2. How to
    1. Podcasting: The do-it-yourself guide. Todd Cochrane. ExtremeTech, Wiley, 2005.
    2. Secrets of Podcasting: Audio blogging for the masses. Bart G. Farkas. Peachpit Press, 2006.
  3. K-3
  4. 4-6
  5. 7-12
  6. Higher Ed
  7. Tools
  8. Listening for Professional Learning
  9. Why Use Podcasting in Education? (with examples)


Social Networking


Social Bookmarking

  1. del.icio.us
  2. furl
  3. Why Use Social Bookmarking in Education? (with examples)
  4. Tag suggestions & tips
  5. How Social Bookmarking is Different than Blogging

Video Blogging








Required Reading



Virtual Learning Communities




Ready Made Inservices

  1. How To Handouts (pdf's or .doc's)
  2. Snapz Pro videos

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