Columbia Wikispaces provides a wiki to every active registered course at Columbia University. A wiki is a collaborative tool that allows students to easily create, link, and modify one or more pages of course related materials. Wikis are collaborative in nature and facilitate community-building within a course.
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Teaching with Wikispaces
Some common collaborative wiki projects include:
- Collaboratively-authored creative pieces or reports.
- Annotated bibliographies where students add summaries and critiques about course-related readings.
- Manuals or glossaries of useful terms or concepts related to the course, or even a guide to a major course concept
- Online repositories of course documents where instructors and students can post, comment or classify documents relevant to the course.
- E-portfolios of student work.
The CTL offers a range of in-person services and online resources for instructors learning to navigate EdBlogs.
- Email ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu to set up a consultation or contact a CTL Learning Designer for the CTL Learning Designer assigned to your school or department. Our learning designers help promote the purposeful use of educational technologies for hybrid and online education.
- Contact the CTL during walk-in and call-in consultation hours.