Revision [18600]

This is an old revision of WikiAsNoteBook made by AbbieEdman on 2018-02-26 14:00:08.

 

Wiki As Notebook


A notebook is a place where you can store your thoughts, notes, drawings, etc. A notebook is always just a book of binded pages. It can be online too. In a blog or in a wiki for example. Using wiki as a notebook would mean that you would use your wiki as a place to type up your thoughts and notes.

There are many advantages to using wiki as a notebook. There's no losing them or potentially ruining them. They will always be online, able to accessed through multiple devices. There are many ways to keep a notebook online. There are a handful of apps like Notational Velocity and MsOutlook. These are a few that were listed in the article I read by Bill Seitz. Even though these are good outlets, wiki has multiple things that could benefit you if you used it as a notebook. There is a lot of freedom on wiki. You have the freedom to organize your thoughts however you'd like. There is also the links you can add. If you are writing about a specific topic and another topic pops into your head you can create another page and link it to your notes. When you go back and revisit that certain wiki page you will see a link to another one. This can be really beneficial and also be a good way to organize. You can have pages about specific things and always go back and edit or add to them if you want. Also having these different branches of thoughts as links can help you think more deeply about your topic. Being able to seperate these ideas can help you expand on certain topics and push ideas into different directions. - AbbieEdman
There are no comments on this page.
Valid XHTML :: Valid CSS: :: Powered by WikkaWiki