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Wikispaces Former wiki hosting service Wikispaces was a wiki hosting service based in San Francisco, California. Launched by Tangient LLC in March 2005, Wikispaces was purchased by Tes Global (formerly TSL Education) in March 2014.[1] It competed with PBworks, Wikia, and Google Sites (formerly JotSpot).[2] It was among the largest wiki hosts.[citation needed] In September 2014, Tes announced that free hosting of non-educational wikis would cease. Since 2010, Wikispaces had cooperated with Web 2.0 education platform Glogster EDU.

El Universal | El periódico de México líder en noticias y clasificados Wikispaces - Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers Blogs Versus Wikis Blogs and Wikis have some common denominators:  They are both websites  They are both user-generated (the content of blogs and wikis is created by the actual people who use the blogs or wikis)  They both allow users to comment on the content Wikis are better than blogs for:  Archiving information for easy access  Gathering information from a group of people. Blogs are better than wikis for:  Quickly sharing new information  Starting and maintaining a dialog between the publisher and reader Here is a video about how one teacher uses Wikispaces: guides,social networking tools,wikis in educationMed kharbach Today's guide is about Wikis in education. According to Leuf and Cunningham, a wiki is " a free expandable collection of interlinked webpages, a hypertext system for storing and modifyinh information, a data base, where each page is easily edited by any user."

:About The Simple English Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia for people who are learning English. The Simple English Wikipedia's articles can be used to help with school homework or just for the fun of learning about new ideas. Non-English Wikipedias can also translate from the articles here. Wikipedia started on January 15, 2001 and it has over 35,000,000 articles in many languages, including 214,298 in Simple English. Most of these articles are in languages other than English. Every day, hundreds of people from around the world make hundreds of changes and create lots of new articles. Note: Wikipedia has pages that some people might think are bad, vulgar, or mean. What is the Simple English Wikipedia? Articles in the Simple English Wikipedia use fewer words and grammar that is easier to understand than the ordinary English Wikipedia. This makes Simple English articles a good way to understand difficult articles from the ordinary English Wikipedia. Changing pages in the Simple English Wikipedia

Free Online Image Editor BLOG: Monday practice updates It doesn't matter what you do in life, but sometimes it matters where you do it. Whatever occupation you find to be your way of the future can often be carried out in different towns, cities, provinces or even countries. However, to have the opportunity to make a living and do it where you were born can take the success and satisfaction that goes with it to another level. The opportunity to be amongst family and friends allows you to share those special moments in person and not simply by phone, FaceTime or Zoom. Case in point is Stuart Skinner. This is the tale of a local boy who makes good as a goalie with the team he grew up watching. Video: POST-RAW | Hyman, Skinner 11.18.21 To get their goalie, the Oilers first had to get that drafting spot. In between hearing his name called at the draft and hearing his named yelled at Rogers Place was the remainder of his WHL career that started in Lethbridge and finished in Swift Current. Video: WPG@EDM: Skinner makes save on Copp

COMUNICACIÓN E INTERACIÓN MediaWiki Free and open-source wiki software, used by Wikipedia MediaWiki is a free and open-source wiki software. It is used on Wikipedia and almost all other Wikimedia websites, including Wiktionary, Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata; these sites define a large part of the requirement set for MediaWiki.[5] It was developed for use on Wikipedia in 2002, and given the name "MediaWiki" in 2003.[6] MediaWiki was originally developed by Magnus Manske and improved by Lee Daniel Crocker.[7][8] Its development has since then been coordinated by the Wikimedia Foundation. MediaWiki is written in the PHP programming language and stores all text content into a database. The software is optimized to efficiently handle large projects, which can have terabytes of content and hundreds of thousands of views per second.[5][9] Because Wikipedia is one of the world's largest websites, achieving scalability through multiple layers of caching and database replication has been a major concern for developers. Markup[edit]

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