Blogs and Wikis and Docs – OH MY!

If you are just getting into the Web 2.0 world and are unsure what these terms mean or are already a user of all 3, there is always the question of – which resource is best for what??

Enter this awesome comparison chart! I stumbled upon this today and thought it was awesome, so check it out to find out which resource – Blogs, Wikis and/or Docs – are right for you and your students!

5 thoughts on “Blogs and Wikis and Docs – OH MY!

  1. Hello Mrs. Krauss,
    My name is Jennifer Inscore and I am a student in Dr. Strange’s education computer course at the University of South Alabama. I will be reading your posts daily and leaving comments on some. Approximately, every two weeks I will also leave a summarizing post on my blog in regards to what I have read in your posts. Blogging is new to me but I look forward to the challenge and learning new ways to incorporate technology for students in classrooms. I am excited to be blogging with you and appreciate any advice, constructive criticism and helpful hits you provide to me.
    Nice to meet you,
    Jennifer Inscore

  2. Hi Mrs. Krause,
    The address for my blog is and it is nothing close to yours! I do enjoy your blog, although some of the information is above my head. I hope I will catch on better soon. By the way, I did comment correctly on your page to introduce myself, right? I was not sure because I have not found a place just to post on another person’s blog page without it being a comment on an actual post. I hope your a patient lady, I will be asking many questions! 🙂
    Thank You,
    Jennifer Inscore

  3. Hello Mrs. Krause,

    My name is Amy Crismon and I have also been assigned your name to read and comment on some of your blogs. My blog is I am not new to the Web 2.0 world but I did find this post both interesting and informing. I have heard of Wikis but I did not know much about it and I found the description to be very informing. This information is important for teachers to know and understand because technology is and will be a very important part of our lives. There are so many different programs out there that people are unaware of. It is good to know which program would be best for your lesson. Every program has different features and one program maybe a better one to use to teach a lesson then another program. Hopefully this table will help teachers better understand and pick the program that is suited best for them.

  4. I am extremely wowed by this “blogsite”?!
    As I have researched for my grad class “Academic Writing” journal article titled “Computers: Do they Facilitate or Hinder Learning?”, I am discover awesome multimodal learning and teacher opportunities! Thanks for such an awesome, “awarding winning” site-blog-techno community!

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