It sounds like you will have a very interesting class. "Genealogical Wikis: A Personal and Customizable Research Tool" should be a very hot topic. Some day I'd love to go to the IGHR institute. I have played around with Your Archives and want to start doing some testing on Biographical Wiki. The different purposes do pose some challenges. I hope to be able to show how to move from a research wiki to a "final" presentation of the research on the Biographical Wiki. Good luck with the course and your classes! Gellilwcca 20:59, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
Good to see you sharing your expertise on the wiki.Gellilwcca 19:51, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
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