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Moodle 2.0 for Business Beginner's Guide by Jason Cole, Jeanne Cole, Gavin Henrick

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Time for action - adding a wiki to the community site

To create a wiki in your community site:

  1. Log in to Moodle as an administrator. Create a course for your "community of practice" following the instructions from Chapter 1, Getting Started with Moodle.
  2. Turn editing on in your course.
  3. Select Wiki from the Add an Activity menu in the first section.
    Time for action - adding a wiki to the community site
  4. On the Adding a new Wiki page, give the wiki a name. Give the wiki a descriptive name that explains the purpose of the wiki. For example, call the wiki Troubleshooting Procedures rather than something vaguer like Community Wiki.
  5. Fill in the wiki description area with instructions to the users about the purpose ...

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