Revision history for WikiWallflowers


Revision [13822]

Last edited on 2014-02-22 21:11:27 by ShannaAllen
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New comers to wikis can be shy. They say, "I'm hesitant to refactor. I can thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some aspects that make us apprehensive:
- Wikis require social interaction, but not all visitors are comfortable enough with their ideas or writing skills to share them in this medium.
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New comers to wikis can be shy. They say, "I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll can thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some factors that make us apprehensive:
- Wikis require social interaction, but not all visitors are comfortable enough with their ideas or writing techniques to share them in this medium.


Revision [13668]

Edited on 2014-02-18 15:15:21 by MelindaSingleton
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. The term //wallflower// is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered title and refactored - like WikiNewComers//
I've changed the picture ~Melinda
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. The term //wallflower// is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered title and refactored - like WikiNewComers//


Revision [13667]

Edited on 2014-02-18 15:14:45 by MelindaSingleton
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>>{{image url="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/89/TPOBAW-score.png" width="350px"}}>>===WikiWallflowers===
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>>{{image url="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2554/4014554129_3b5eaaf54c.jpg" width="350px"}}>>===WikiWallflowers===


Revision [13494]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:38:46 by MorganAdmin
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//You don't have to be social. you can work in the background, without saying an overt word. gnoming. refactoring. refactoring so others can refactor even more. WikiQuietly. Anon. //
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//You don't have to be social. you can work in the background, without saying an overt word. gnoming. refactoring. refactoring som others can refactor even more. WikiQuietly. Anon. //


Revision [13493]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:38:27 by MorganAdmin
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- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version?
//No, it won't. Others will see to that, and we're all one of the others. Just delete the flame or roll back the page. C2 has a discussion on [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly CriticizeBluntly]] as just one critical style. Anon//
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- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version? C2 has a discussion on [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly CriticizeBluntly]] as just one critical style.
//No, it won't. Others will see to that, and we're all one of the others. Just delete the flame or roll back the page. Anon//


Revision [13492]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:37:43 by MorganAdmin
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. The term //wallflower// is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered title and refactored - like WikiNewComers//
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. The term //wallflower// is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered title and refactored.//


Revision [13491]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:37:12 by MorganAdmin
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Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs the benefits mentioned in the other pages brought and curated. Needs encouragement. Perhaps a response to each concern.


Revision [13490]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:36:37 by MorganAdmin
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- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version? C2 has a discussion on [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly CriticizeBluntly]] as just one critical style.
Deletions:
- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version? C2 disc susses [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly CriticizingBluntly]] as just one critical style.


Revision [13489]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:35:40 by MorganAdmin
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- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version? C2 disc susses [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly CriticizingBluntly]] as just one critical style.
Deletions:
- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version?


Revision [13488]

Edited on 2014-02-18 13:32:19 by MorganAdmin
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. The term //wallflower// is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered title and refactored.//
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//


Revision [13473]

Edited on 2014-02-17 08:14:03 by MorganAdmin
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and therefore stands as timid. Even the image suggests this. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//


Revision [13472]

Edited on 2014-02-17 08:13:23 by MorganAdmin
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//This topic title has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//
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//This term has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//


Revision [13471]

Edited on 2014-02-17 08:12:51 by MorganAdmin
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//This term has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Could be cloned to a new page with a less gendered topic and refactored.//
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//this has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Ideas to change?//


Revision [13470]

Edited on 2014-02-17 08:11:29 by MorganAdmin
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//this has a gender bent to it. Wallflower is gendered female and timid. Ideas to change?//


Revision [13359]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:52:39 by MorganAdmin
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//I blame the schools. Let's unlearn this one. Anon//
//Probably. But maybe they are waiting for something to work with, respond to. So give them something to respond to. Anon//
//No, it won't. Others will see to that, and we're all one of the others. Just delete the flame or roll back the page. Anon//
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//I blame the schools. Let's unlearn this one.//
//Probably. But maybe they are waiting for something to work with, respond to. So give them something to respond to.//
//No, it won't. Others will see to that, and we're all one of the others. Just delete the flame or roll back the page.//


Revision [13358]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:52:06 by MorganAdmin
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- A common consideration is that if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting? see WritingOnAWiki.
//I blame the schools. Let's unlearn this one.//
//Probably. But maybe they are waiting for something to work with, respond to. So give them something to respond to.//
//No, it won't. Others will see to that, and we're all one of the others. Just delete the flame or roll back the page.//
Deletions:
- A common consideration is that if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting? see WritingOnAWiki


Revision [13357]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:47:35 by MorganAdmin
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New comers to wikis can be shy. They say, "I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll can thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some factors that make us apprehensive:
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New comers to wikis can be shy. They say, "I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll can thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some drawbacks come to mind.


Revision [13356]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:46:37 by MorganAdmin
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//You don't have to be social. you can work in the background, without saying an overt word. gnoming. refactoring. refactoring som others can refactor even more. WikiQuietly. Anon. //
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//you don't have to be social. you can work in the background, without saying an overt word. gnoming. refactoring. refactoring som others can refactor even more. WikiQuietly. //


Revision [13355]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:46:18 by MorganAdmin
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//you don't have to be social. you can work in the background, without saying an overt word. gnoming. refactoring. refactoring som others can refactor even more. WikiQuietly. //


Revision [13354]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:44:10 by MorganAdmin
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Revision [13353]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:43:50 by MorganAdmin
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- other benefits mentioned by Brian Lamb in [[http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/wide-open-spaces-wikis-ready-or-not | "Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not"]].
Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs the benefits mentioned in the other pages brought and curated. Needs encouragement. Perhaps a response to each concern.
Deletions:
- other benefits mentioned by Brian Lamb in [[http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Review/WideOpenSpacesWikisReadyo/40498 "Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not"]]/
Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs more. Needs encouragement. Perhaps a response to each concern.


Revision [13352]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:42:27 by MorganAdmin
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- other benefits mentioned by Brian Lamb in [[http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Review/WideOpenSpacesWikisReadyo/40498 "Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not"]]/
-
Deletions:
- other benefits mentioned in [[http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Review/WideOpenSpacesWikisReadyo/40498 "Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not"]] by Brian Lamb


Revision [13351]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:40:44 by MorganAdmin
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New comers to wikis can be shy. They say, "I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll can thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some drawbacks come to mind.
- A common consideration is that if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting? see WritingOnAWiki
- Will the page [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version?
Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs more. Needs encouragement. Perhaps a response to each concern.
Deletions:
New comers can be shy. They say, "Also, I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some drawbacks come to mind:
- A common consideration is that if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting? see WritingOnAWiki
- will it [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version?
Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs more. Needs encouragement.


Revision [13350]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:39:07 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Refactored Jenn's original notes to 3rd person mcm. Needs more. Needs encouragement.
Deletions:
''[refactor to 3rd person]''


Revision [13349]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:38:00 by MorganAdmin
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Contributors: JennBeyer, [[MCMorgan]]
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Contributers: JennBeyer, MCMorgan


Revision [13348]

Edited on 2014-02-10 13:37:44 by MorganAdmin
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New comers can be shy. They say, "Also, I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor." Some drawbacks come to mind:
- Wikis require social interaction, but not all visitors are comfortable enough with their ideas or writing techniques to share them in this medium.
- A common consideration is that if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting? see WritingOnAWiki
- Someone has to be willing to go first. Will the same people who sit back to wait for others to begin the conversation do the same in a wiki?
The payoffs
- other benefits mentioned in WikisInTheAcademy
related sites:
Contributers: JennBeyer, MCMorgan
Deletions:
I am personally very excited by the opportunities the wiki present, but I also have some fears that some of my students may not be comfortable with a wiki. Some drawbacks that come to mind:
- Wikis require social interaction, but not all writers are comfortable enough with their ideas or writing techniques to share them in this medium.
- As I wrote in WritingOnAWiki, if someone edits what is already written, it implies, to some degree, that the writing was in error or lacking signficance. Will the author who is consistenly edited quit posting?
- Someone also has to be willing to go first. Will the same people who sit back to wait for others to begin the conversation do the same in a wiki?
The payoffs?
- other benefits I mentioned on WikisInTheAcademy
Also, I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor.
I decided to see what else might be out there on the topic. I found these related sites:
JennBeyer


Revision [9178]

Edited on 2010-07-20 15:36:53 by MorganAdmin
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CategoryWikiHandbook


Revision [9165]

Edited on 2010-07-09 09:05:49 by MorganAdmin
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''[refactor to 3rd person]''
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''[refactor to remove first person]''


Revision [9164]

Edited on 2010-07-09 09:05:33 by MorganAdmin
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>>{{image url="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2554/4014554129_3b5eaaf54c.jpg" width="350px"}}>>===WikiWallflowers===
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===WikiWallflowers===


Revision [9163]

Edited on 2010-07-09 08:44:17 by MorganAdmin
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''[refactor to remove first person]''


Revision [3822]

Edited on 2008-02-21 22:33:17 by JennBeyer
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JennBeyer


Revision [3821]

Edited on 2008-02-21 22:32:40 by JennBeyer
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I am personally very excited by the opportunities the wiki present, but I also have some fears that some of my students may not be comfortable with a wiki. Some drawbacks that come to mind:
- other benefits I mentioned on WikisInTheAcademy
- other benefits mentioned in [[http://connect.educause.edu/Library/EDUCAUSE+Review/WideOpenSpacesWikisReadyo/40498 "Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not"]] by Brian Lamb
Also, I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor.
- http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?OnlySayThingsThatCanBeHeard
- http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiSuccessCanInhibitNewWriters
- http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Writing-to-learn
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I am personally very excited by the opportunities the wiki present, I also have some fears that some of my students may not be comfortable with a wiki. Some drawbacks that come to mind:
I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor.
http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?OnlySayThingsThatCanBeHeard
http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiSuccessCanInhibitNewWriters
http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Writing-to-learn


Revision [3820]

Edited on 2008-02-21 21:39:41 by JennBeyer
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- will it [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CriticizeBluntly degenerate into flaming]] before a remark can be re-edited or restored to an older version?
- more reserved writers may feel empowered by the wikiness. They can quickly edit when they find errors.
I'm hesitant to refactor. I'll thread all day long, but I think I need to have more experience before I'm ready to refactor.
I decided to see what else might be out there on the topic. I found these related sites:
http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?OnlySayThingsThatCanBeHeard
http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiSuccessCanInhibitNewWriters
http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Writing-to-learn
Deletions:
- reserved students may feel empowered by the wikiness. They can quickly edit when they find errors.


Revision [3819]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2008-02-21 20:33:53 by JennBeyer
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