Wikis in University Teaching and Learning - Richard Buckland UNSW





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Published on Feb 15, 2009

53 Useful things you can do with Wikis in your teaching.

Richard Buckland has been using Wikis in his large class (100-500 students) teaching in Engineering and Computer Science since 2000. He has found some amazing things which can be done with Wikis, and made many many mistakes.

This video is a summary of 4 of those interesting things, each requiring an increasing amount of courage, which could easily be adopted by other teachers.

Depending on your courage and how much faith you are prepared to have in your students wonderful things can happen when you empower them.

This video was produced by filming a session Richard gave entitled "Wikis for Collaborative Learning and Teaching" as part of UNSW's "Foundations of University Learning and Teaching" (FULT) programme.

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