Wiki was very user friendly to create, students after viewing a basic tutorial will be able to navigate and edit pages. Additionally it works well for web 2.0 tools that you can embed. After working with wiki and looking at other examples, it really is a space for the students to construct and take ownership of their learning. This is an aspect that I am really drawn to and like, however as you can tell by looking at my blog I am a visual person. When creating any project or website, I like the page to have a flow and visual appeal, in fact I am sort of OCD about it. Wikispaces are not the most aesthetically pleasing. To make them look better it takes time, and when students start to add to the wiki, it can become almost impossible to make it look well organized and pleasing to the eye. While I have this problem with wikispaces, I wouldn't not at least try it out with the students. If they respond well and like the concept then I can work through my strange compulsion to make everything look pretty and use it on a regular basis, because at the end of the day its not about me, its about the students and what helps them learn best.
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