“One of the great things recently is the absence of posts and questions about whether or not students should use the Wikipedia as a source for project research. Ever the optimist, I’d like to make the assumption that teachers are finding and allowing (hopefully encouraging) the use of this very powerful tool. As we know, from good researching, it’s not going to be the sole source but certainly is a credible source to include in the mix.
With any researching tool, though, how do you know that you’re getting what you need? Don’t you get that nagging feeling at times that there’s probably something else that you’re missing? Are you and/or your students really using the Wikipedia to its full potential?
WikiMindMap is a tool that map just come to the rescue.”
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