Wiki stats "tell you how many people visited your wiki, and which pages they looked at, and how many edits they made, and what countries they came from" (What exactly are “wiki stats”?, ¶1, 2010.10.28)).
If you’re a teacher, these numbers will help you monitor individual students. You can dig a little deeper into how they’re working and behaving on the wiki, and it gives you a way to evaluate students and the work they do over a semester.
Guide for teachers and students currently covering 18 topics:
1. Teacher Sign Up2. Create a Group3. Student Sign Up4. Post a Message5. Reply to a message6. Manage your Messages7. Manage your Groups8. Assignments9. Grading10. Settings11. Calendar12. Public Pages13. Spotlight14. Teacher Connections15. Library16. Mobile Web17. Co-Teaching18. Small Groups
(CNN) -- As recently as 100 years ago, Montana's Glacier National Park had more than 150 glaciers throughout its more than one million acres. / In 2005 only 27 remained. Today the total is down to a just 25 and those that are left are mere remnants of their former frozen selves.
"...I've been revamping this site for the start of the TESOL PPOT 107 course beginning on Sept 6, 2010. As I value all the work that's gone into building this site over the years, and all the people who have helped, I have removed nothing. The 2009 and 2010 EVO sessions are still here. Go to archive sections in the sidebar to find the material from those sessions preserved intact" (Vance Stevens, 2010.09.05).
"This wiki is a template that you can use for any Professional Development or Training sessions that address the use of wikis in education." (Wiki While You Work: An Introduction to Wikis in Education, ¶2, 2010.09.30)