Student: Wiki Moodle ISU
The Wiki tool in Moodle ISU can be used as a learning resource. A Wiki is a dynamic web-resource, designed to allow every member of a community (such as a class) to edit and alter its contents in order to reflect the body of knowledge and understanding collected by the community.
This guide will help you to understand:
The Moodle ISU Wiki module enables students to collaborate on a book-like writing project. The Wiki is easy to use, interactive, and organized by date, so it encourages informal discussion among the participants. A Wiki is a powerful tool which can be used to record the progress of the students. Old versions of a Wiki are never deleted and can be restored. Wikis can also be searched, just like other course material.
The instructor determines who can view and edit the Wiki. Depending on the settings chosen, editing and viewing settings can be determined separately for the whole class, the instructor, individual groups, or an individual student.
To create new page:
Note: This only creates a blank page on the Wiki; you still have to add content.
If you have any additional technology questions, contact the IT Service Desk at 282-HELP (4357). For questions about your course in Moodle please contact your instructor.
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