Class Reading Wiki
- Article #1
- Article #2
- Article #3 etc, etc.
Nigel - Thanks for your response. I am not sure that I completely understand. I think you are suggesting that the pages be created using names like Article1Summary, Article2Summary, etc. to prevent the linking from taking the student to the same place; however, I want it to be displayed simply as summary. My attempts at using [Article1Summary | Summary] have not worked since even after the page is created I see the wiki new page question mark. When I click on it, then it takes me to the page but it is clear to me that something is not working.
I am wondering if on a page, could I have sections? Where students could modify one section at a time. I want the student doing the summary and the student doing the questions to be able to be writing and working at the same time without interfering with one another.
Unfortunately, I do not understand that a legacy wiki page link is but I would happily accept the fudge.
Ludo - thanks for the reply and congrats on the recent releases.
A) I am using groups which does manage setting up a wiki for each section. This aspect is working very well.
B) In order to preserve the richness of wiki style interaction, I want all of the articles to be in a single wiki activity.
C) I will have to check out nwiki and see if that might not be the best solution since the likelihood of having students simultaneously edit the same page can be reduced. I was trying to avoid some user frustration of being told that someone else had edited the page since them. But I do like the idea of being able to provide a style guide or template.
D) Since I am working with high school students in the U.S., disciplined though they may be, it is probably best not to rely too much on a naming convention although that may be my best long term solution.
Thanks for your assistance in helping me to process through the best way to implement wiki use in this situation. Peace.