Hi everyone!

I am just jotting down what the two options for the wiki setup would look like. Just so people can visualize. Tracey, if I don't get down how you're envisioning your three pages, go ahead and change it.

Three comprehensive pages
Page One
Technology Resources:
Member: Technology: Narrative to answer What is it and how do you use it? Description that supports 21st century skills. Include basic knowledge and steps to begin use.
Member: Technology: Narrative to answer What is it and how do you use it? Description that supports 21st century skills. Include basic knowledge and steps to begin use.
Member: Technology: Narrative to answer What is it and how do you use it? Description that supports 21st century skills. Include basic knowledge and steps to begin use.
Member: Technology: Narrative to answer What is it and how do you use it? Description that supports 21st century skills. Include basic knowledge and steps to begin use.

Page Two
Replacement Ideas
Member: New technology: Replacing ?!: How might it replace outdated elements and provide more engaging and motivating learning?
Member: New technology: Replacing ?!: How might it replace outdated elements and provide more engaging and motivating learning?
Member: New technology: Replacing ?!: How might it replace outdated elements and provide more engaging and motivating learning?
Member: New technology: Replacing ?!: How might it replace outdated elements and provide more engaging and motivating learning?

Page Three
Research
Member: Technology: Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.
Member: Technology: Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.
Member: Technology: Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.
Member: Technology: Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.
Member: Technology: Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.




Individual Member Pages:
Technology Resource
Technology: Narrative to answer What is it and how do you use it? Description that supports 21st century skills. Include basic knowledge and steps to begin use.

Replacement Ideas
Replacing ?!: How might it replace outdated elements and provide more engaging and motivating learning?

Research
Documented uses and benefits: Research link to article, essay, paper that provides classroom examples. Brief one paragraph summary of article, etc.