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September 15, 2006


Jim Belshaw

Dave, at which knowledge level are you targeting the wiki, recognising that this may vary from topic to topic?

I ask because the web 2.0 material assumes a degree of existing knowledge. I have no difficulty with this if the target is exchange among fellow professionals who already have a knowledge base. However, a lay reader is likely to get lost.


blogs, content management systems, wikis - what system to use?

We have done some experimentation of our own, with blogs and content management systems, and have also decided that as something is missing, so wikis may be the answer.

Will be keep an eye on your progress and see what we can learn.

dave lee

jim: i'm working with the assumption that most of my readers are learning professionals (except my mom of course - and she does read eelearning - lol). however, your concern about knowledge level is a legitimate one because not all learning professionals are up to speed with Web 2.0. i'll keep an eye on my assumptions.

paul, it took me some time with working with wikis, but I can say that i really enjoy working with them. particularly pbwiki.

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