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AmmattiWiki. Teaching Educational Games Resources - OpenContent Wiki. Readings - A list of the reading you use in teaching about educational games including books, journal articles, non-journal articles, and news stories Multimedia Materials - A list of the games and other multimedia materials you use in teaching about educational games Technical Resources - A list of technical resources (software, games, game engines, etc.) that have been used in teaching about educational games Classroom Help - Online classes, and the syllabi, schedules, and other materials you use in teaching about educational games Additional Teaching Resources - Links to other resources that are useful to folks teaching about educational games (including conferences, academic programs, web sites, etc.)

Teaching Educational Games Resources - OpenContent Wiki

Career Resources - Links to resources primarily focused on career options for students taking educational game courses Game Topics - Foundational issues worth covering in courses Glossary of Gaming Terms Gaming and Libraries - What libraries are doing with games Second Life Machinima Community. Wiki anyone? Reflections on an information literacy class wiki. The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in installed (for example, a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader).

Wiki anyone? Reflections on an information literacy class wiki.

Alternatively, you can also download the PDF file directly to your computer, from where it can be opened using a PDF reader. To download the PDF, click the Download link below. If you would like more information about how to print, save, and work with PDFs, Highwire Press provides a helpful Frequently Asked Questions about PDFs. Free Book Summaries. MindTouch - MindTouch. Home of Tiki Groupware/CMS : HomePage. Wikia-haku julki reilun viikon päästä / Data. Seed Wiki. WikiMatrix. Sosiaalinen media. Making the Case for a Wiki. Printer-friendly version Send to friend Emma Tonkin examines wikis and considers the feasibility of their deployment - and the danger of the 'tumbleweed' syndrome.

Making the Case for a Wiki

Introduction: What is a Wiki? Software use cases are necessarily incomplete, a failing which seems to intensify in reverse proportion to the degree of simplicity in the software in question. Complex software responds to a given set of requirements, simple software as a partial solution to a much broader problem set. These are 'killer applications', software that has changed the world, and membership in this exclusive club is strictly limited, but there exists a rather larger and fuzzier class of other ideas that have enjoyed a more gradual rise to fame, the classic example being the message board or the online journal that received very little attention before its felicitous re-birth as a 'blog'. The wiki is another such concept, that could be christened 'simple user-editable data storage'. Use Cases: Mental Models of the Wiki.

Wikimedia Foundation. Tieteeessä tapahtuu vol 24, No 7 (2007) WikiMindMap. Wikispaces. PBwiki - Peanut Butter Wiki. Scholarpedia. Citizendium. Monthly Donation Day | Monthly Donor Honor Roll CZ:Monthly Honor Roll of Users Editing the Wiki Featured Article about 2012 doomsday predictions were irrational fears fueled by certain booksellers, fearmongers, moviemakers and other hucksters to encourage public panic for the purpose of making money.


The hoax used dubious claims about astronomy and ancient Mayan calendars to promote nonsensical predictions regarding apocalyptic events supposed to occur on December 21st or 23rd of 2012. Doomsayers suggested there will be destruction caused by global floods, solar flares, exploding sun, reversals of the magnetic field, or planetary collisions.[1][2] Many people are scared.[3][4] Scientists agree 2012 doomsday forecasts are "bunk".[5][6] The 2012 doomsday pop culture phenomenon was similar in many respects to the "Y2K" phenomenon which marked New Year's Eve in 1999, when the new millennium happened. {*style:<i>*}{*style:<a href=' Wiki - Create a free wiki. Many looks. No code required. Library 2.0 in 15 minutes a day - Library Instruction Wiki.