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PBWiki Tutorial

Page history last edited by Kevin Gilchrist 13 years, 10 months ago

 

PB Wiki is a very easy Web 2.0 tool to use. This project is housed in a PB Wiki, and from personal experience, I can say that it is very easy to use. It is very easy to set up your wiki through PB Wiki. Simply go to the PB Wiki main page (www.my.pbwiki.com) and you will see a screen that looks similar to the one below. 

 

 

 

In the screen capture above, I'm already logged in obviously, but you would have to sign in for an account (it's free). When you sign up for PB Wiki you'll get a form similar to the one pictured below.

 

Once you have an account, you can join a wiki, or create your own, as you can see in the graphic below.

PB Wiki 2.0 has some very good security features where you can organize your work into folders, and allow only certain people to edit certain folders and pages.  

 

I'm excited about PB Wiki and I'd like to try it! Simply click on the PB Wiki logo below to go to their home page.

Go back to the Tools and Tutorials page.

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