How to Show Your Edits and Comments on the Wiki

For: Students and Teachers
Related pages: Student Heartbreak Mapping Page | Keynote | Student Handshake

Overview


After you leave comments, make edits, or do any work on the wiki, you may want to find your work. Your teacher might ask for a screenshot or a link to all of the work you've done so they can see your contribution to the team. You'll use this video to get the link or screenshot.

Tutorial Video




Related videos: Wiki Toolbar Tutorial | How to Use Wiki Discussions | How to Add a Heartbreak Topic Page

Key Points from the Show Your Edits and Comments on the Wiki


  • The recent changes button is on the top right hand side of every wiki page
  • You can use your userid or another person's to find their work
  • This can be used to share your work with another, find your own work, or turn in for your teacher to assess your contribution.
  • Every single edit, conversation and work you do can be easily tracked by teachers and other students, so contribute!

2016, Creative Commons Share-Alike Attribution
An OER Resource created as part of the
MAD about Mattering Project
Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher


The Project Calendar:
The calendar with
official dates
for the project.
- Typically this is updated only by project organizers.
- It can be embedded on project websites and
even school websites for up to date project timelines.Collaborative Project Calendar Type #1
The Project Calendar:
The calendar with
official dates
for the project.
- Typically this is updated only by project organizers.
- It can be embedded on project websites and
even school websites for up to date project timelines.
Collaborative Project Calendar Type #1
The Project Calendar:
The calendar with official dates
for the project.
- Typically this is updated only by project organizers.
- It can be embedded on project websites and
even school websites for up to date project timelines.