Lately, I’m all about leveraging the mostly-unused bandwidth, memory, and disk space I pay for from my webhost every month. So I’ve got ownCloud up and running with few problems, my moodle installation is working nicely, I’ve revived my LimeSurvey installation so I can do class surveys, polls, etc., and–brand new–I’ve got DokuWiki installed and running.
The last one is something I’ve been meaning to do for quite some time. My undergrad stats content has morphed and grown and (I hope) become somewhat refined over a decade or two and half a dozen textbooks. I have thought of typing up some “professor’s notes” for the students, but then a couple of years ago it occurred to me that a wiki would be a great way to maintain that. So that’s what I did. It has very little content right now, that I’m slowly changing that. It might or might not be something like a full set of course notes during this Fall semester. If not, I hope Spring will see a full, robust wiki for the students.
Oh, and speaking of that, OpenIntro has released version 3.0 of their nice, industry-disrupting (OK, not much, but they try) undergraduate statistics textbook. It’s not the most student-friendly text out there (especially for psychology students), but it’s free and it’s accurate.
But I really need to get the wiki content filled out so the students have a second source for the information.