A wiki is a Web page and is accessible to anyone with a Web browser and Internet connection. A wiki allows readers to collaborate with others in writing it and adding, editing, and changing the Web page's contents at any time. Its ease of use makes a wiki an effective tool for collaborative authoring. Teachers can use wikis for students to collaborate on a document by writing, editing, and revising it in their classes (Solomon, 2007).
Secure wikis without advertising:
Password protected but has advertising:
Pbwiki www.pbwiki.com (Peanut Butter Wiki) named because using it is supposed to be as easy as making a peanut butter sandwich.
Solomon, Gwen, Schrum, Lynn, web 2.0 new tools, new schools,
Wikis for Social Studies retrieved from http://www.conwaypsychology.com/
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