What are some web 2 0 tools

Web 2.0 tools for educators (educational technology I, part 2)

"A wiki is a website that visitors can not only read but also - usually only after registering with the operator of the wiki - can change it." - This also offers a wide range of options for using the wiki in teaching / learning scenarios. Tips and examples for wiki in (school) lessons can be found on "Teachers online": http://www.lehrer-online.de/583624.php

Ulf Ehlers and Johannes Moskaliuk not only wrote a study on "Wikis in University Teaching", they also held an online lecture series on the subject on May 20, 2015. The recording of this lecture offers an excellent insight into the potential of wikis for "open learning cultures".

The event is part of the e-teaching.org special "Social Media - Social Learning". And that would (almost) bring me back to the topic ;-)

The most famous wiki is Wikipedia. In principle, anyone who registers can also take part in this wiki. Wikimedia also has its own Wikipedia Education Program - based on the idea that students, as active users of Wikipedia and Wikimedia, develop and share knowledge.

Students at Danube University Krems experimented with Media-Wiki until 2015. Klaus Himpsl-Gutermann dealt extensively with "Tutorials with screen recordings and wiki" (in the eEducation course) in a Mahara view.

The teachers themselves are active in the ZUM wiki. It is "an open platform for teaching content and learning processes" and "serves to exchange information, experiences and ideas about teaching and school."

For all teachers who like to share teaching materials (active and passive ), the OER-Wiki ("OER Commons") is available.

Moodle also offers the possibility to work with wikis. Two video tutorials from EduView explain how this is done: "Working with Wikis" - Part 1 and Part 2.

Regional wikis such as the Linz Wiki or the Salzburg Wiki, to which readers can (in part) actively take part, are also of interest for some teaching contexts.

Federated wikis are a special form of wikis that can branch out. There are different didactic ideas for this, too, but still few examples, since this form of the wiki is still quite new. You can have your inventor, Ward Cunningham, explain it to you on video.