PBwiki presenter pack – free materials (plus three wikis!)

8 Jan

Do you present about technology and show others how to use a wiki?

We want to say thanks for spreading the word!

For you thousands of presenters, we’ve developed materials that make your job easier – the PBwiki Presenter Pack. This is a free virtual presentation guide that include videos, how-to guides, a free tee-shirt AND three free premium wikis!

Who can apply for a PBwiki Presenter Pack? This program is designed specifically for educators, instructional technologists, and folks in the non-profit field.

Already over 2,000 people have applied for and received their free wikis. If you’re presenting at an upcoming conference, or just showing a group of co-workers how to use a wiki, you can apply for the PBwiki presenter pack.

Apply for your presenter pack today!

4 Responses to “PBwiki presenter pack – free materials (plus three wikis!)”

  1. Nancy Butler January 16, 2009 at 7:55 am #

    I also have easthighlibrary.pbwiki.com.
    I am presenting a quick intro to the staff next Monday.
    I am very much a beginner, but see a lot of potential for teacher use.

  2. Dr. Tom King January 16, 2009 at 8:15 am #

    I am teaching a course for teachers on classroom technologies.



    • Kaylyn September 24, 2011 at 6:49 am #

      Your articles are for when it absoltuely, positively, needs to be understood overnight.

  3. Robert January 28, 2009 at 3:34 pm #

    Requested a presenter’s pack earlier in the week, and I wonder if you received the application.

    Thank you

    I would love to surprise participants in our session with some fine gifts.


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