From the “I Can’t Understand Any Of It But I Know It Means Something Department” comes this list of 133 French wikis. (Or is that wikis in French?) And I got there from Mario Asselin’s wiki at his school Institut St-Joseph. It looks like the whole school is wiki-ed up. Sacre Bleu!
This is one time I wish I’d stayed awake in French 4 class…
Allez, wikis! Allez!
Et voici un 134e wiki francophone!
Le wiki du CAHM, au Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada :
This is a K to 8 school in NB.
Mario Asselin says
Thanks Will for the mention. Effectively, the whole school was invited to experiment wiki since sept 04 and it worked pretty good. The community used it to keep traces of a lot of meetings, projects and collective tasks. Some projects came from other members outside of the school like the MiniColloque et LaReformePourLesNuls. First one was a kind of spontaneous forum regrouping 30 educators interested in the uses of the tool of weblogs to learn. We put the result of our thinking as the forum progress and, at the end, we had the “act” of our deliberation. Second one is a collective construction trying to put in more simple words our school reform here in Quebec province. Here again, more than 30 peoples has participed (not the same than MiniColloque). When we realised that the work was well done we transfer it in a (http://www.jasonsreforme.qc.ca) weblog named (in french) “Talk about the Reform” in the style of FAQ. Wiki is really a great collaborative tool to construct in another mood than every people at the same time at the same place… I don’t know in your business but in my community, it happen a lot of time that people think that they can work together only if they are at “the same place…” Using wiki, they realised the opportunity we had to build in a kind of relay !