Only ones I found online were minimal info on moodle docs and a page about eWiki on the OU...
More after a suggestions/ideas/recommendations type stuff than technical how-to's
I'd be very interested in having a copy of your guide to OU wiki.
I'm probably not the only one. Would you mind posting it here or is it too big?
Bear in mind it's targetted at a doctoral programme so the advice is pretty contextualised for the use we're putting it to... Hopefully it captures the strengths (and limits) of the OU wiki. Word version available if you want an editable version - just mail or message me
Created in Captivate BTW.
Direct link: http://www.csalt.lancs.ac.uk/csalt/support/OU-wiki-guide_demo.pdf
Have made a new guide in a few versions:
Version for tutors with some comments in word balloons in the martgin giving ideas for applications, hints, tps and additional information for tutors:
Word version available on request under copyleft allowing non-commerncial re-use and re-mix with derivatives as long as I and Lancaster Uni are credited as originators. Send me a message if you want an editable copy as .docx
Good work! I have linked this from the readme on our github site. I assume that's okay but let me know if not.
No worries - glad to distribute (and now under explicit CC share-a-like licence) will keep word and PDF docs updated at that location.
All linked from with word doc (editable) available from http://www.lancs.ac.uk/staff/wrightst/
Really hope we can enable annotating (but no other editing) on other users in one-wiki-per-user asap as that would massively increase educational options and value.
I don't think anyone's even finished writing the official guide to it for students here! Sigh. (The computing guide site is only available to OU students anyhow, unfortunately.) So, no help here - sorry.
However I did want to mention the docs.moodle.org page for OU wiki! I think anyone with a Moodle account can edit this, and it's probably the best place if anyone has the inclination to write some 'general' documentation As you can see, there is not a lot there at the moment.