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What the Bloggers are Saying
Take a peek at what the bloggers are saying about Wetpaint Wikis and Education!
|Welker's Wikinomics: Firewalls Can't Stop Learning|
Wetpaint Wikis Go Ad-Free For Education!
| Wetpaint is by far my most favourite wiki software, but I have not promoted it because of the problem of advertising. Now I believe that Wetpaint should be the ‘wiki of choice’ for school staff - it has a great interface, is easy to use, and has all the features you need to make wikis a part of everyday learning online.|
-Judy O'Connell (Read the full post: "Wetpaint will change the way that you teach!"
|...having discovered and explored Wetpaint more thoroughly and found myself enamored of the more exciting “skins” and themes, I much prefer to use a Wetpaint wiki... So, educators, librarians, folks who take others to skool, rejoice in your ad-free Wetpaint wikis. I’ll definitely be giving them a whirl, myself.|
-Jenn Kelly (Read the full post: "Wikid Good News forEducators")
|I had used Wetpaint wiki since its beginning and it was a good looking and easy to use wiki. One problem with it was the presence of a large number of advertisements. The Wetpaint wikis are now ad-free for educational sites and that is a good news for all educators.|
-eteacher (read the full post: "Wetpaint Wiki")
|I have now finished two semesters using wiki as a platform for participatory learning. It has been a booming success. -Socect (read the full post: "Wiki Wiki Boom Boom")|
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