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This is the New Home of home of the W&M Wikis. In order to access your Wiki you need to enter the Wiki Name as follows:
====== HOME ======
 
This is the home of the W&M Wikis
 
  
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[https://my https://mywikiname.wmwikis.net] where "mywikiname" is the name of your wiki that you previously started or chose. 
WikiSpaces has shut down on January 31, 2019. William & Mary is moving to a new Wiki provider. \\ \\  To indicate a Wiki that you need moved to our new provider, please fill out the survey at \\ https:''wmsas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0TE0HMfeRWiqeK9\\ \\  For more information, including instructions on making a personal archive of your Wiki(s), see \\ http:''helpcenter.wikispaces.com/customer/portal/articles/2920537-classroom-and-free-wikis\\ \\  Still have questions? Send email to [mailto:support@wm.edu| support@wm.edu]\\
 
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====== College of William and Mary Wiki Space ======
 
  
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'''Introduction to Wikis'''
  
===== Introduction to Wikis =====
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To access your wiki at the College you need to enter the URL of your wiki and log in. W&M Wiki's by default are marked as private and only users who are members or administrators of the wiki will be able to view and edit the wikis depending on their permissions level.
WMwikis provides members of the College of William and Mary Community with a space to collaborate and share ideas with one another and engage with the world beyond the College. WMwikis is maintained by the staff at the Academic Information Services group, in partnership with our colleagues in the School of Education. Anyone in the William and Mary community is welcome to create a free site within this community by clicking "Make A New Wiki" in the left hand menu bar. The uses of Wikis by individuals, informal groups and academic and administrative office are limited only by your imagination and your ability to put words on "paper".\\ \\ If you have never used a wiki, or would like to know the advantages of using a wiki, check out[[http://www.commoncraft.com/video-wikis-plain-english|  Wikis in Plain English] from Common Craft. The folks at Common Craft have put together a great (and short) plain-English introduction to wikis.\\ | [[http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1qn64/WampMSOEWikiTutorial/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fsandbox.wmwikis.net%2F| <span style="font-family:monospace">file/view/wiki_tutorial_cover.PNG/192765548/292x378/wiki_tutorial_cover.PNG|wiki_tutorial_cover.PNG</span>]\\ If you are new to WMwikis, click on the image above to view the W&M Wikis Tutorial for starting your wiki. Click the bottom right corner of each page to turn the page. (''Yudu'' is a free online publishing service for paperless publications).\\ |
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WMwikis provides members of the College of William and Mary Community with a space to collaborate and share ideas with one another and engage with the world beyond the College. WMwikis is maintained by the staff at the Academic Information Services group, in partnership with our colleagues in the School of Education.
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The uses of Wikis by individuals, informal groups and academic and administrative office are limited only by your imagination and your ability to put words on "paper".

Latest revision as of 12:40, 25 March 2019

This is the New Home of home of the W&M Wikis. In order to access your Wiki you need to enter the Wiki Name as follows:

https://mywikiname.wmwikis.net where "mywikiname" is the name of your wiki that you previously started or chose.

Introduction to Wikis

To access your wiki at the College you need to enter the URL of your wiki and log in. W&M Wiki's by default are marked as private and only users who are members or administrators of the wiki will be able to view and edit the wikis depending on their permissions level.

WMwikis provides members of the College of William and Mary Community with a space to collaborate and share ideas with one another and engage with the world beyond the College. WMwikis is maintained by the staff at the Academic Information Services group, in partnership with our colleagues in the School of Education.

The uses of Wikis by individuals, informal groups and academic and administrative office are limited only by your imagination and your ability to put words on "paper".