TOR: What is a Wiki? (Sat, 2/9/13, 2pm)
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The GSLIS Tech Lab in Boston will be offering a free workshop, "What is a Wiki".
This workshop is aimed at people who are working on the Technology Orientation Requirement (TOR) and for people who have little or no experience with wikis. (The workshop will cover everything that the TOR requires and even more!)
A wiki is a Web site that anyone can edit, whether or not they have knowledge of Web programming. Wikis allow users to collaborate in forming the content of a Web site. With a wiki, any user can edit the site content, including other users' contributions, using a regular Web browser.
In this workshop we'll cover what a wiki is and how to use one, and you'll get time to play around and get used to adding and editing content on a wiki.
- GSLIS students, staff, faculty, and alumni are welcome
- each session of the workshop will cover the same material
If you have any questions or if you need to cancel your reservation, please email the workshop series staff at email@example.com.
Thank you and we hope to see you there,
Your friends at the GSLIS Tech Lab in Boston
When & Where
Simmons College SLIS Technology (Boston)
The SLIS Technology Team is committed to supporting SLIS students, faculty, and staff with the highest level of customer service as well as technical expertise to further the SLIS academic mission.
Our workshops are open to the Simmons Community only.
We encourage all current students, faculty, staff and alumn to attend our workshop series.
Contact our technology team with any questions, comments or concerns!
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