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who's picky about wiki's

Like blogs, Wiki's are not that appealing to me: maybe it's generational and I'm not hip enough for a wiki or perhaps I take peer review too seriously. I am an occassional wki user -for example, when I'm lazy and don't want to look for something too deeply or critically (like today I looked up what is maltodextrin and took the wikipedia answer).

That said, I thought the flat classroom wiki was very interesting and passed it on to some folks who might use it. Similarly, I passed on the Peace Corps wiki site.


Comments

Not hip enough? I don't think so!
Wikis are just one of those things it's good to be aware of the limitations and uses for. It sounds like you are well aware of both! Thanks for completing Week 6!