That’s right, the WordPress MediaWiki mashup is gaining some momentum. Just check out the Blogfolio del Dr. Mario Nunez, a self-proclaimed “Blogfesor” at the Recinto Universitario de Mayaguez in beautiful Puerto Rico. I love it!!! The other thing I love is that I got most of the credit when Andy Rush did most of the work 🙂
The bliki has re-surfaced for me as the Fall semester looms larger every day, and Mario and I have been talking a bit about the installation details (is this on a WPMu account Mario?) and perhaps it would be helpful to go through the steps more precisely in a blog post. I’ll try and put together a play-by-play tutorial for anyone interested in experimenting with the Bliki this Fall. Additionally, there is an excellent example of a Bliki that we worked on during the Spring semester that I have yet to blog. Marjorie Och’s Venice Seminar Exhibit was a really convincing experiment with the bliki for me and I’ll be sure to blog the details of this as well so that you can get an idea of the struggles we had when figuring out when to use the blog, when to use the wiki, and how to integrate the two for a more dynamic site/exhibit. And, ideally, you could let me know what your logic is so that we can begin to conceptualize this malleable course space.