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Here you will find guided tutorials for Creating a Wiki in PBWorks


Use this guide to help you create your wiki site and incorporate various components and functions.


Click on a title link to access information. 



Tutorial C2.1: Creating the Wiki Site


Tutorial C2.1.1: Wiki Settings   


Tutorial C2.2: Organizing the Files in Your Wiki   


Tutorial C2.3: Creating a Homepage for the Wiki Site   


Tutorial C2.3.1: Downloading Images   


Tutorial C2.3.2: Uploading Images  


Tutorial C2.3.3: Using Tables to Position Text and Images


Tutorial C2.3.4: Customizing the Homepage Adding Links


Tutorial C2.4: Creating Pages and Adding Content  


Tutorial C2.4.1: Customizing Tables for Size and Position


Tutorial C2.4.2: Customizing Tables with Color


Tutorial C2.5: Inviting Participants to Your Wiki


Tutorial C2.5.1: Adding Workshop Participants


Tutorial C2.5.2: Adding Participants by Username and Password


Tutorial C2.6: Navigating the Wiki With the Sidebar



Tutorial C3.1: Embedding Audio-Pre-recorded Downloads  


Tutorial C3.1.1: Embedding Audio Original Recording-Audacity  


Tutorial C3.1.2: Embedding Audio Original Recording-Vocaroo


Tutorial C3.2: Using and Embedding a Web 2.0 Tool-Voki


Tutorial C3.3: Embedding Video  


Tutorial C3.4: Embedding Maps-Google Maps


Tutorial C3.5: Creating a Discussion Board-Nabble


Tutorial C3.6: Creating an Evaluation Form-Google Drive 


Tutorial C3.7: Embedding Objects 


Other PBworks Tutorials






Comments (3)

Sandy Wagner said

at 3:37 pm on Feb 4, 2013

We can make this an index page for each tutorial topic and create separate pages for participants to access. Thoughts?

Maria Tomeho-Palermino said

at 3:13 pm on Feb 6, 2013

I like that way to organize the tutorial content, Sandy. Makes good sense to me. Maria

Jack Watson said

at 5:11 am on Feb 7, 2013

Yes to index page -- very good way to organize. -- Jack

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