Yep. Tools wiki. Trying to get it up so far has been a pain, but we are working on it whenever we can.
The problems are that there are no real “local” availability wiki software that I can use and have complete control over while I use a “THEME” to try and create a meaningful site with information.
Yeah. THEME is in all caps because it literally took me a week to find out that Wikis aren’t built out of “Templates” but “THEMES”. :/
More stuff to come soon, but the team for the Tools Wiki is on the move as I write this.
Justin recently started a sort of hybrid way of maintaining sites and workplaces for all the projects going around CURVE and the different departments. It’s set on not actually making CURVE a series of just cool projects, but instead trying to collaborate learning and working together in a space where everyone can contribute to the conversation.
And that’s what CURVE is all about honestly.
Whenever people come in and ask me about CURVE, I give them an answer about group work and technology, but in reality that’s not what it’s only about.
It’s about looking at things we don’t understand or know about and trying to make sense of it.
At least, that’s my take on it.
I have a lot to contribute to some of the other work going around in CURVE, and most of it probably has to do with coding. Therefore, I’ll get to exercise my coding brain a lot by the end of each and every week.
Cool stuff going on, looks like we are heading to blast-off with CURVE.