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My request was for free wiki hosting sites that I could use for an
upcoming class.

Chris Smith has a list at, his main page has
loads more about web2.0.

Two wiki hosts mentioned onthis list were recommended by fellow LM_NET

We used it this year for our tech conference - see

Try www.seedwiki.comWe are using this for our grad school classes in San
Jose (MLIS program) with Dr. Loertscher. If you'd like, look at our
class and especially the reading synthesis box to see what we did.  At
the search box on the first screen, type in libr233.  Then look for
libr233 group one (this was an elementary group). Then look for the box
that says reading synthesis and you will see a final product with
explanations. Of course you are welcome to explore the rest of the site,
too. The first row of boxes and the bibliography are where everyone read
widely and contributed their abstracts of things that they read. One
other I have seen is it is free but only for 5 other
users.I have set up one on pbwiki, not much
content there as yet but we hope to use it during our class to create
the content as followup sessions.

Deborah Stafford
Gen H H Arnold HS
Wiesbaden Germany

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