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Wetpaint sites are “click-and-type” websites that are easy to start and even easier to expand because you can invite anyone you want to add text, photos, links, and other content to your Wetpaint site. To add or edit content, all you need to do is click the EasyEdit button to activate an editing toolbar similar to what you’d see in programs like Microsoft Word. After that, just start typing!
|Wetpaint Central||Free||Free for use.|
|Wetpaint Premium||$19.95/month||No advertising, custom domain name.|
I used WetPaint several years when an ad-free account was available to educators. I agree with Mrs Plante, is is e early to use. However Wetpaint discontinued the ad-free to educators and I switched to using Google Sites. (see my review there)
There are many sites available to use to create wikis, but WetPaint is the easiest I’ve ever found. Teachers can create classroom wikis for students to use for classroom collaboration. WetPaint is a great resource to use to create a class or school resource page for students to use when using online resources. Simply create the page, post acceptable online resources for students, and set it as the computers’ homepage. It is extremely user friendly and takes only a matter of minutes to set up.