PBWiki Contest: We Have a Winner!

Dennis Faas's picture

Since announcing the contest a few weeks ago, I received several letters from Infopackets Readers telling me why they wanted to win a premium pbwiki website. To recap:

" PBwiki stands for 'Peanut Butter Wiki' [because it's as easy to set up website as making] a peanut butter sandwich! Wikis are easy-to-use web pages that let you collaborate online and share information; [with a PBwiki website, you can] run a project at work, plan a trip with your friends, or even save your recipes and let other people add theirs! " (Source: pbwiki.com)

The decision wasn't easy -- but after giving it a lot of thought, I finally decided to award the free premium pbWiki site to a teacher in Puerto Rico:

" Hello! My name is Mario and I am a psychology professor very interested in integrating learning technologies. I have a blog (http://www.avaluo.org) and I am interested in using wikis for improving the writing skills of my students. Hope that I get this special offer. I am from Puerto Rico. "

My reasoning was that a teacher should be able to make the best use of all the space pbWiki offers, and the web site would be of use to many people in his organization.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest!

And as a reminder: anyone can sign up for a free pbwiki website with lots of cool features. It only takes a minute or two and you have your own website.

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