Welcome to NAEA's Wikispace!


Thank you for your interest in NAEA’s wiki. This wiki is for 2009 NAEA National Convention presenters to upload session information and handouts for attendees to access.

You must be a member of the wiki to post your session information, and participation is free for educators. Simply click on the “Join this Wiki” link to the left to begin.

When adding a New Page, we ask that you name your page with your last name, as that will make it easier for attendees to locate your session information.

User Accounts and Wikis

When you join Wikispaces, the first thing you will do is create a user account. A user account (with a username, password, and e-mail address) is your identity on Wikispaces. You may then either create or join a wiki. A wiki is a place where you can create and edit pages and invite other people to collaborate with you. You can create, or join, as many wikis as you like on Wikispaces.com. Each wiki can have an unlimited number of pages and files.
Think of Wikispaces as a big building. Your user account is your key. The rooms in the building are wikis. Your key will let you into any room that you have created, or into anyone else's room who decides to let you in.

User Profile Page

By clicking on your username at the top of the page, you will be brought to your user profile page. This profile page allows you to see more about your user account, including:
  • Which wikis you belong to.
  • Your recent edits to any page on Wikispaces.com.
  • Your favorite pages. On every wiki page, there is a star next to the name. By clicking on it, it will be saved on your Profile page under Favorites for your future reference.
  • Your tags (You can find out more about tagging in the "Advanced Features" section of this Getting Started tutorial.).

Getting Started With Your Wiki

Welcome to Your New Wiki

Here we will acquaint you with Wikispaces and show you how to get started. You can close this box to return to your wiki, and you can find this information again by clicking the "Help" link at the top right of any page. Once you are finished with this tutorial, you can get rid of "Getting Started" permanently, by clicking here or on the link at the top of this screen.

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