There are several ways to join in this conversation and to contribute.



Join this wiki and begin editing, writing, creating new pages, adding resources, building discipline specific content- whatever you envision. Find the word "join" at the top right corner of your screen. Then, select your username and password, and enter an email address. You will receive a membership confirmation in your email. (If you already have a WMWkis account, you will simply need to sign in and click "join".


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Participate in discussions with colleagues. This wiki space can help facilitate that discussion. Access the discussion area with the controls at the top right menu. You can begin a new discussion (or pose a question).
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Contribute lessons, rubrics, and tips about best practices on our page titled Best Practices. For now, this page is not organized by department or discipline. However, as faculty contribute, we can begin organizing the best practices page into specific discipline areas or project areas. The best way to contribute to the Best Practices page is to first upload a file. (Remember, you'll need to be a member of the wiki to upload a file). Once your file is uploaded, you can link to it or embed it on the Best Practices page. To upload a file to share, first, find Manage Wiki from the left column of your screen.



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Click the Files icon.


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Decide whether you'd like to link or embed your file (which will display as a widget) by selecting Click To.

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If you have any questions about how to contribute or participate, or if you have any questions regarding the wiki, please feel free to contact Academic Technologist April Lawrence at adlawrence@wm.edu