REFLECTIONS ON THE CO-CREATION OF A COURSE WIKI An Editorial

Bill Hunter

Abstract


Following several years in administration, I returned to teaching in 2010. My university has a strong commitment to technology in teaching and I share that commitment, but I was rusty. It seemed to me that if I wanted to stretch (and I did), I needed to start making use of social media. After considering some alternatives (Hunter & Austin, 2015), I concluded that building a course wiki would challenge my skills and those of my students. A wiki would also make it possible to maintain focus on the course content, which was “principles of learning.” I had not taught in this area for 20 years and I quickly realized how dramatically the field had changed.

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