How-to video: build a classroom wiki website with EditMe
Quick synopsis: If a wiki is a Web 2.0 application that teachers in the technology classroom can expect to be a fast way of collaborating in cyberspace, then the wiki EditMe is arguably the ultimate Web 2.0 collaboration tool. Unlike other wikis, EditMe gives teachers the power of creating private user pages, which students can use in the digital classroom to create any activity and house it on his/her wiki site, maintained in the teacher's virtual Content Management System. EditMe's amazing modules provide easy-to-use blogs, message boards, slide share tools and more, all maintained in one place.
Benefits: The digital classroom wiki, EditMe, gives students their own private, secure web sites, where they can create any school activity or presentation, and the teacher can view the work and grade it from any place with Internet access. Get a one-month trial of EditMe at no cost, when you register using this EditMe link.
Drawbacks: EditMe does have a monthly fee. IMPORTANT update: As of May 2011, EditMe changed its pricing packages. Teachers will now want the Small Business package. In order to get educator pricing, please use this link.
Conclusion: Learn how to build a digital classroom website using the wiki host EditMe.com. Learn to create interactive pages, embed media and use private student web sites, in this EditMe how-to video, all in 5 minutes or less.blog comments powered by Disqus