Kia Ora All

This space has been created for teachers to use as a tool to support development in e-learning and the use of ICT tools. Enjoy the collaborative nature of Web2. There is a wealth of helpful sites out there for busy teachers and students. I would like to acknowledge and thank the following e-learning gurus who I have sourced, borrowed and been inspired by for the information and resources they share willingly and openly with educationalists from around New Zealand and beyond.
Rachel Boyd
Suzy Vesper
Andrew Churches
Lenva Shearing
Tessa Gray
He Mihi, he mihi, he mihi nui rawa atu.
Naku iti nei
Samantha Thompson

Wiki is a type of Web site that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change some available content, sometimes without the need for registration. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for collaborative authoring.

Very simply put, a wiki is like a website that people can edit, add to and change.
Permissions can also be put in place so that only certain people can view or be allowed to change a wiki.

There are MANY different places you can create and use a wiki for free.
One of these great places is Wikispaces (where this wiki is hosted)
The great thing about Wikispaces is that they give away advertising-free wikis to educators.