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Congrats, masters of the wiki! You've now learned a very flexible collaborative tool for building content together - which, by the way, is also accessible.
Here is YOUR compilation from our EDUC 625 class, Summer 2008.
Now when someone says "Web 2.0" you can tell them you've done web 2.0. Web 2.0 basically is any technology that allows for multiple sources of information to get mashed into one spot (Steph's quick and dirty definition). Rather than the information being one-way (i.e. me to you, like with a static page), we all create the content together.
Maybe your students could construct a story in here together. Maybe you could give them a poorly-written story or text, or one with lots of grammatical errors, and have them correct it. Maybe you could have them build an online resource, like we did, as a form of assessment. Consider as well just how this allows you to provide a flexible workspace for most of your students. They can collaborate, and you can track who participates (that's the beauty of the archives).
I will not take this space down after the course is over. Rather, feel free to come in here and add pages. All I ask is that you not edit this main page.