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Page history last edited by ElizabethA 8 years, 3 months ago

1.Go to your email and accept the invitation to your class wiki.

You will have to create an account with pbworks to view that wiki (because it is private)

2.Create a pbworks account with your first name and initial as your login (e.g. FredericN, SimonB, MelissaT)

3. Then create your own workspace.

4. Click on "create a new page" in your own newly created wiki -and NOT in the class wiki - name your page "CourselogFN" or "CourselogSB", i.e. Courselog-and-your-initials (do not leave this newly created page empty or it will disappear!)

Create a second new page and call it VocabularySB, or VocabularyMT (as above)


5. From the front page of your wiki, you are going to create a link to your vocabulary and courselog pages, and a link back to the class wiki


6. Invite your teacher to join your wiki (preferably as "editor")

7..You can also try to create a link From the Class wiki to your own (a link which must open in a new window) BUT, only one person can edit a page at the same time, so you have to be quick doing that! Make sure you are ready, with your address already copied into your pasteboard (Ctrl+C) before you try to edit the front page of the class wiki PLEASE - and don't steal the lock without first asking the person who's name appears on your screen when you press edit.

So - if you are waiting your turn, there are a number of things you can do:

a). If you are a perfectionist, you can erase the pages pbworks already put on your workspace (Blank Page, Assignments, Course, Meeting Agenda, Syllabus, and Activity Tracking - you need only the FrontPage, and Sidebar)

b).Link the dictionary lodceonline (Longman Dictionary of Contempory English) to your vocabulary page (and make it open in a new window)

c).Upload an image to your private space - but make sure your image is not too big.

d).Upload a small image of the dictionary to create the link to the dictionary from the image - it looks much better :-)

e). use your imagination :-)


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