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What's a 'Wiki'?
It's like a website (i.e., the Falcon SMAA school website) but edited by the members (like Wikipedia), and the members are determined by me. Wikispaces has registered this wiki as a secure K-12 wiki which eliminates advertising, and puts it ahead of many other websites students visit. Please follow all rules below.
Wiki How-to Links
If you have questions or would like to see how other educators use wikis, here are some links that might help:
First join wikispaces.com, then ask to join this wiki (8thgradephotoshop)
and add a page.
Use the template for 'Student page' provided, not a blank page
Click on the edit button above right to put your own content on your wiki page.
Explore the editing tools for adding content. They're different from MS Word.
See a friend that hasn't joined? Click on
Come see me before school (7-7:45) or after (3:15-3:45).
Request permission to join 8thGradePhotoshop wiki
Use a handle—and let me know it’s you in a separate message
Don’t sign up for any Wiki other than 8thGradePhotoshop without parent approval
Respect what others have written on the wiki.
You can either add to what others have written or begin something new on the wiki.
Use correct spelling and grammar on the wiki. Remember what goes up on the wiki, goes up for the world to see. This is published writing, not draft.
Use appropriate language. Do not use any language that could be interpreted as mean to others.
Any factual information must be accurate. Opinions must be well-considered.
Please remember to give credit to and cite your sources. Failure to do so is plagiarism.
You agree to...
...when you join this wiki:
I will never post any information more personal than my first name
I will not plagiarize; I will give credit where it is due.
I will use language appropriate for school.
I will not insult my fellow students or their writing.
I will try to spell everything correctly.
I will only post photos that are school appropriate
I will not reveal anyone else's identity in my comments or posts.
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