Well, the wiki is still a work in progress, but today I feel like it's reached a workable level. I think i have my format down a little bit better, though for some programs i still feel compelled to do a lot of written 'handholding.' Some programs, i think, are still working out their own kinks, and so figuring out what to do to make them work isn't always intuitive.

For the most part, about 75% of tutorials are in a good spot, and the rest are falling in line. Every day now I hear about new sites and ideas, and I'll just pop them into the wiki wherever they seem appropriate. I'm looking for some good writing about wikis to connect readers to so that i can streamline my introduction to wikis - any ideas?

As of today, 64 people have bookmarked the wiki on their del.icio.us accounts - that's really cool!

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Comment by Joanne Tremblay on April 27, 2007 at 3:21pm
Bill, I am just getting started with designing a technophile program for our technophobic staff and am overwhelmed with the options. Lazy as I can be, I am looking for a way to incorporate or straight out use and existing program. I like the look of your wiki and am going to begin by exploring it.
Comment by Memo Cordova on March 28, 2007 at 12:35pm
Great idea, Sam, in creating this wiki. I sent the link to my colleagues several days ago but wasn't aware you were in this Ning group until today--makes sense, though :-)

Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Sam Wallin on March 21, 2007 at 3:17pm
Yes, that would be a good idea! Here it is:
http://instructionwiki.org/Library_2.0_in_15_minutes_a_day
Thanks, Bill!

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