Chris Bell Presents on His School’s Wikispaces Private Label Site

Join us for our next education webinar on February 4th at 5pm PST. During the first half, we will show you how to begin an educational wiki in your classroom, create accounts for your students, and build your wiki.

Chris Bell, the Technology Project Manager at the Julian Charter School, will then present on his school’s Wikispaces Private Label site. He and his colleagues have been using wikis for several years in their classrooms. You’ll see examples of projects in the school and see how the teachers have used different Wikispaces features to support and enrich their online classrooms.

If you want to learn some wiki basics or are looking for how other educators are using Wikispaces, join us for the event. You can register at http://wikispacesineducation0902-1.eventbrite.com. We hope to see you there.

Update: We accidentally did not record the Elluminate session for this event. However, if you would like the full chat conversation, you can find it here. Our apologies for not having a recording available for this event. We do have an upcoming education webinar that you can come to on March 4th at 5pm PST which we plan to record.

This entry was posted in Education, Events, Private Label. Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.

7 Comments

  1. ryanlumpke
    Posted January 31, 2009 at 11:43 am | Permalink

    This sounds interesting and seems very helpful in expanding educational tools for students. The features on Wikispaces will help students and teachers as well.

  2. Meg Perron
    Posted February 2, 2009 at 7:02 am | Permalink

    This webinar filled up really fast. Any chance of offering another one or taping this one so we can see it. Thanks, Meg

  3. Posted February 4, 2009 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

    Meg,

    We will have a webinar each month in which we feature another educator.

    We will also post a link to the webinar on our blog at http://tangient.wpengine.com .

    Best,
    Sarah

  4. carol humphreys
    Posted February 5, 2009 at 4:10 am | Permalink

    Sorry I missed the Chris Bell Presents on His School’s Wikispaces – would like to learn how to use a wiki space with the children in my school. Any chance this webinar will be available elsewhere or on another date? Thanks.

  5. Cal
    Posted February 5, 2009 at 7:58 am | Permalink

    I agree with Meg… it filled up way too fast! Feel free to feature more educators, more often!

  6. Posted February 5, 2009 at 12:03 pm | Permalink

    Sarah and all,

    Thanks also to Chris for the webinar yesterday. Indeed interesting and inspiring. You said there would be a recording of the full session available here at the blog – looking forward to that.

    I had a question which is not about wikispaces, but the Elluminate Live; is it possible for a user _locally_ to record a session and save it as a video file?

    Kind regards
    Claus (EMU.dk, Danish educational portal)

  7. Danny Fain
    Posted February 21, 2009 at 9:15 pm | Permalink

    Hi, Sarah

    I’m eager to watch the recording of the Feb. 4 webinar; is the link available somewhere?

    Thanks in advance!

One Trackback

  • By Wikispaces Webinar | on January 31, 2009 at 6:40 am

    […] Wikispaces webinar might give you some more ideas for using your classroom wiki. It’s February 4th at 8 pm. […]

  • Wikispaces Private Label

    Our flexible, scalable wiki environments deliver unlimited wikis, simple editing tools, and powerful central administration for organizations of all sizes.
    Find out more.
    Start your free, 30-day trial.

  • About Us

    Welcome to our blog! This is where we share updates about events and new releases, tips and tricks for using wikis, profiles of a few of our favorite wikis, and more. We're proud to serve a large community of educators, as well as individuals, groups, and organizations of all stripes and sizes.

    Contact us.
    Call us: 415-863-8919
    Site status · We're hiring!

  • Join Us for a Webinar

    Our monthly webinars are a great way to check out examples, learn from experts, and get real-time answers to your questions. Our webinars are always fun, and always free.
    Sign up today.

  • Wikispaces for Educators

    If your wiki is used exclusively for education, you might be eligible for a free upgrade to one of our K–12 plan or Higher Education plan wikis.
    Learn more about our K–12 plan.
    Learn more about our Higher Education plan.