Wiki: Web Collaboration

Wiki: Web Collaboration (Repost)  

Posted by Specialselection at April 29, 2013
Wiki: Web Collaboration (Repost)

"Wiki: Web Collaboration", Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, Richard Heigl, Alexander Warta
English | 2007-11 | ISBN: 3540351507 | 480 pages | PDF | 19.1 mb

Wiki: Web Collaboration (repost)  

Posted by rolexmaya at Nov. 15, 2010
Wiki: Web Collaboration (repost)

Wiki: Web Collaboration
Springer; 1 edition | October 6, 2005 | ISBN-10: 3540259953 | 383 pages | PDF | 5.9 Mb

Wikis are Web-based applications that allow all users not only to view pages but also to change them. The recent success of the Internet encyclopedia Wikipedia has drawn increasing attention from private users, small organizations and enterprises to the various possible uses of wikis.

Wiki: Web Collaboration (repost)  

Posted by tot167 at July 19, 2009
Wiki: Web Collaboration (repost)

Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, Richard Heigl, Alexander Warta, "Wiki: Web Collaboration"
Springer | 2008 | ISBN: 3540351507 | 424 pages | PDF | 15,4 MB
Wiki: Web Collaboration by Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser

Wiki: Web Collaboration by Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, Richard Heigl, G. Dueck (Foreword), Andrea Adelung (Translator)
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 6, 2005) | ISBN-10: 3540259953 | PDF | 3 Mb | 383 pages

Wikis are Web-based applications that allow all users not only to view pages but also to change them. The recent success of the Internet encyclopedia Wikipedia has drawn increasing attention from private users, small organizations and enterprises to the various possible uses of wikis.

Wiki: Web Collaboration  

Posted by burega at May 24, 2008
Wiki: Web Collaboration

Wiki: Web Collaboration
Springer | 2008 | ISBN: 3540351507 | 424 pages | PDF | 1,3 Mb

Wikis are Web-based applications that allow all users not only to view pages but also to change them. The success of the Internet encyclopedia Wikipedia has drawn increasing attention from private users, small organizations and enterprises to the various possible uses of wikis.

Wiki: Web Collaboration by Anja Ebersbach  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at Jan. 7, 2007
Wiki: Web Collaboration by  Anja Ebersbach

Wiki: Web Collaboration by Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, Richard Heigl, G. Dueck (Foreword), Andrea Adelung (Translator)
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 6, 2005) | ISBN-10: 3540259953 | PDF | 5,9 Mb | 383 pages

Wikis are Web-based applications that allow all users not only to view pages but also to change them. The recent success of the Internet encyclopedia Wikipedia has drawn increasing attention from private users, small organizations and enterprises to the various possible uses of wikis.

Wiki: Web Collaboration  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Plesiosaurus at Feb. 5, 2006

"Wiki: Web Collaboration", Springer | ISBN 3540259953 | 2005 Year | PDF | ~3 Mb | 383 Pages
Using Wikis for Online Collaboration: The Power of the Read-Write Web by Margaret L. West [Repost]

Using Wikis for Online Collaboration: The Power of the Read-Write Web by Margaret L. West
English | Dec 15, 2008 | ISBN: 0470343338 | 161 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

How can online instructors and course designers' instruction harness the popular Web 2.0 tool, the wiki, for successful collaboration and learning outcomes? This book focuses on using wikis in the active learning processes that are the hallmark of collaborative learning and constructivism.
Using Wikis for Online Collaboration: The Power of the Read-Write Web

Using Wikis for Online Collaboration: The Power of the Read-Write Web (Online Teaching and Learning Series (OTL))
160 pages | Jossey-Bass (December 15, 2008) | ISBN-10: 0470343338 | PDF | 1,2 Mb

How can online instructors and course designers' instruction harness the popular Web 2.0 tool, the wiki, for successful collaboration and learning outcomes? This book focuses on using wikis in the active learning processes that are the hallmark of collaborative learning and constructivism. It provides both the pedagogical background and practical guidelines, tools, and processes for accomplishing these goals with special emphasis on wikis and other collaborative design tools. This book supports the effective design and delivery of online courses through the integration of collaborative writing and design activities.

WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.5 Portable  Software

Posted by melt_ at Nov. 21, 2016
WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.5 Portable

WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.5 Portable | 12.3 Mb

Web Builder is a WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) program used to create web pages. WYSIWYG means that the finished page will display exactly the way it was designed. The program generates HTML (HyperText Markup Language) tags while you point and click on desired functions; you can create a web page without learning HTML. Just drag and drop objects to the page position them 'anywhere' you want and when you're finished publish it to your web server (using the built in Publish tool). Web Builder gives you full control over the content and layout of your web page.