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Celeste Otto




Wiki Assignment 1 Navigating your way around the wiki (20 Points)

Due: MWF class: 10/24, TT class: 10/23





About me


Year of Study: Freshman


Department: College of Education and Health Professions


My favorite activity is: Any Sport!


3 words that describe me as a person are: Trustworthy, Caring, Competitive

3-2-1 Fitness Concepts


3 things I would like to learn more about in this class:

1. How to keep a good work out schedule

2. How the body works

3. What it takes to keep yourself in good health


2 topics I already know something about (in the area of fitness/wellness):

1. How to stay fit

2. Health risks


1 Topic that I would like to do some research about:

1. How the body works

Favorite Quote: WikiQuote:

Dumb and Dumber

[spots a pair of skis on top of a woman's car]

Harry: Skis, huh?
Woman: That's right.
Harry: They yours?
Woman: ..Uh huh.
Harry: Both of them?
Woman: Yeah.
Harry: Cool!

Favorite Youtube Video: (embed using Insert plugin/Video/Youtube Video)

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Fun Gadget: Find one here: Google Gadgets (embed using Insert Plugin/ Productivity/Google Gadget)




Wiki Assignment 2: Research First Author (30 Points)

Due: MWF class: 11/05, TT class: 11/06

Create an article of your choice!

  1. Chose a topic that you are interested in!
  2. Make sure the topic is specific! (not too broad e.g. health = broad, healthy snacks = specific)
  3. Make sure the topic is not already on the list of the front page (Research topics MUST be approved during computer workshop)
  4. Do some research on your topic
  5. Create a new page and give it a catchy title
  6. Add your name as first author to the page
  7. Find information and paste it in the page
  8. Read the text and change it so you paraphraze the sentences (putting it in your own words)
  9. Make the article attractive and readable by:
    1. using bullets/lists not essay text
    2. use pictures
    3. use youtube informative videos
    4. format page and use headings
  10. Reference everything accordingly using a footnote
  11. Have at least 3 references: 1 from the book, 2 from other sources
  12. Add a link to this section of your personal page




Wiki Assignment 3: Research Second Author (30 Points)

Due: MWF class: 11/19, TT class: 11/20


Second Author Article (Should take you between 30-60 min)

  • Add your name to an article as second author
  • Add a link to this page (your personal wiki page)
  • Read article and check/correct spelling/grammar
  • Re-write so article is readable and straight forward (too short/long/text vs bullets)
  • Check references / footnotes
  • Format headings
  • Check pictures/videos (make sure they have a title and explain them
  • Enhance the article by adding your own perspective!
  • Add one piece of information that would be beneficial for the reader


Snacking in college 

Wiki Assignment 4: Reading and commenting (20 Points)

Due: MWF class: 12/03, TT class: 12/04


Read and Comment on 5 articles on the wiki

Add links to your personal page in this section + add a comment / reflection on each page you have read (what surprised you? What did you learn?)

  1. Eating out the healthy way - This article has alot of usefuly information. I have thought alot about how unhealthy eating out can be but now with these useful tips from now on when I eat out.
  2. Alcohol consumption - The format of this article made it very easy to read makes you want to read every word. I hope those people that may have an alchohol problem can what the reality of what it causes through this article.
  3. Let's Get Physical - Was fun and easy to read. Shows the reader that just walking up stairs or walking to class can makes a difference.
  4. Overexercising  - This article put a whole new light on what it means to over-excercise. Very informative!
  5. Designing you own exercise program  - Good visuals, they made it easy to read the article.






  1. http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Dumb_and_Dumber

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