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Welcome to Creative Minds 

  . . . A Wiki for writers who collaborate to create great writing!



What is a Wiki, anyway?


A Wiki is a website or similar online resource which allows users to add and edit content collectively.  It is an example of

Web 2.0, a term frequently referred to as the second generation of the Internet which provides tools that allows us to use the Internet to publish and share ideas.


An example of a popular WIKI is Wikipedia, a free content encyclopedia published collaborately among anyone interested and

knowledegable about a topic. Giving students the opportunity to work collaborately on projects will give them skills that will benefit them

now and in the future. 

 Click here to try a few

Collaborative Writing Wiki Centers:


 Click here to brainstorm:

Ideas for Podcasting


Classroom Wikis







Class Book Reviews



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