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Clickers & Wikis: what are they?

You're going to be using clickers and wikis in your class. Here's brief information to get you started.

UNT CLEAR - Information for Faculty

CLEAR, UNT's Center for Learning Experimentation, Application, and Research, has prepared a support page for faculty. The page covers Canvas, Clickers, Turnitin, and other learning enhancements. See Supported Technologies at https://clear.unt.edu/supported-technologies

CLEAR ASSISTANCE: If a professor has further questions about using iClickers in a course, he or she can contact Kathy Roberts, Application Support Analyst, at kathy.roberts@unt.edu. 

Blogs, Wikis, Docs: Which One Do I Use?

"Blogs, Wikis, Docs: Which One Do I Use? A Comparison Table"
Adapted by Jenith Mishne. Created by Mark Wagner
http://googdocs.weebly.com/uploads/6/2/1/1/6211378/blogs_wikis_docs_v2.pdf

Note: there is more than one version of this on the Web. Do a Google search on the keywords wikis and Google Docs and comparison.

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