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Our Assessment Class Wiki

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Assessment of Student Learning in the Online Classroom

UW-Stout - Spring, 2012


Welcome to our class wiki! A wiki is a great way for a group of people to collaborate in an asynchronous setting. As we start our work together, add your ideas on what makes a welcoming, effective online learning environment. What can we do to make everyone feel comfortable and valued as a member of our learning community?


If you haven't already created your account with PBWorks, please do so now. Then continue your reading on this page.


Edit buttonI've started a list of netiquette guidelines. Please amend or add to it as you like. Just click on the EDIT tab above left. Enter your text and format it as you wish. You'll have color, font, and style options that you are welcome to use in your posting. When you have completed your entry, be sure to end it wit h your name, like Julie Andrews/London. Then click on the Save button so we can all see and respond to it. There is also a Comments section at the bottom of the page. Feel free to utilize it!


Let's go! 


Jim/Davenport, FL

Class Netiquette Guidelines


  1. Some people consider an online classroom to be a casual learning environment. That doesn't mean that spelling, grammar, and proofreading are not important, however. Everything you write is a reflection of your educational standards. "Good English" is a must! 
  2. Don't be afraid to be yourself. The occasional bit of self-disclosure can help your colleagues understand you and your responses better.
  3. Think before you "speak."  Whatever you type is more or less permanent and could be potentially damaging if stated unprofessionally.

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