mguhlin
9 years ago
Anyone using a wiki as a medium to publish newsletters created by K-12 students? (in lieu of PDF or print)?
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wintrrose says
9 years ago
we are.. having some frustrations ass everyone who wants to view it also has to join.. county setup requirement
teacherricks says
9 years ago
We created a class newspaper/magazine using issuu.com. It is still .pdf based, but it feels like a book.
teacherricks says
9 years ago
This is what we did with it: issuu.com/teacherricks/d...
jthorstad says
9 years ago
teacherricks what software do you use to create your doc?
teacherricks says
9 years ago
jthorstad I created it in Apple Pages, converted it to a pdf & uploaded to issuu.com They convert it in to the virtual page turning book.
techiethomas says
9 years ago
we are not allowed to use wikis with our students.
mguhlin
9 years ago
Ah, that's disappointing.
brudd says
9 years ago
this is a great question...I was thinking of using a wiki to do this. We have a staff wiki and a student wiki
brudd says
9 years ago
teacherricks, that looks awesome!!!
mguhlin
9 years ago
I agree, that looks awesome teacherricks !
mguhlin
9 years ago
Some ideas here - www.mguhlin.org/2010/10/...
teacherricks says
9 years ago
I haven't tried it, but issuu.com allows you to embed the magazines in your own websites.
mguhlin
9 years ago
I just embedded your's in my blog entry! It works!
teacherricks says
9 years ago
Thanks, see your PPs please. :-)
mguhlin
9 years ago
what are PPs ? That sounds like "wee-wee" from this end!!
teacherricks says
9 years ago
Private Plurks :-D
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