Adding a NEW Wiki to your course site


To add a wiki to your course site, you need to be in the relevant content area that you wish to add your wiki to.

Click on Tools and select Campus Pack wiki from the drop down menu:

The section that follows allows you to customise your wiki.  Give your wiki a title and a brief description of what it is for/about.

Deployment allows you to choose how many copies of the wiki you want, and who you want to view/edit them:

Single Copy allows you to have one copy that everyone enrolled on that module can contribute to

If you have groups set up in your course, then the One Per Group could be useful.  Only the students enrolled in that group (and Instructors) could see that wiki, and this facility would automatically create identical blogs for each group.

If you wish each student to have personal wikis, then the One Per Person option would be most suitable.

Wikis can be graded.  If you wish to grade your wikis then you will need to check the Create Grade Book Entry box.  You will then be prompted to give your grade book entry an appropriate name, and allocate the number of points possible.  If you wish the grades to be visible to students then check this box:

When you have set the options, click on Add.

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