I agree that the Wiki would need a good WYSIWYG editor that does what it is supposed to do. When we implemented the wiki FCK editor in 2.5.0, I tested it and was greatly disappointed.
In the meantime, I have created a lot of resources to support faculty and students in using wikis. Might not be what you are looking for, but it might help get things started... Have a look at the following URL:
> Hi Sean
> Yes, it's a step in the right direction, and does remove the need for
> people to remember the codes, but it's still a long way off. It's where
> HTML editors were about 10-15 years ago. I know that sounds harsh, but
> it is a lot lighter than some of the criticisms of it that I have had to
> field from staff and students - some of which would be blocked by your
> ISPs if repeated here :-)
> Ken Masters
> IT Health Education
> http://www.ithealthed.com > ____/\/********\/\____
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: wysiwyg wiki?
>> From: Sean DeMonner <demonner@...>
>> Date: Thu, July 03, 2008 11:18 pm
>> To: Ken Masters <kmasters@...>
>> Cc: "pedagogy"
>> I'm not sure of the version of Sakai you're using but our 2.5
>> instance has a set of icons along the top of the page (when in edit
>> mode) that provide the most common wysiwyg applications (bold,
>> italic, tables, etc). See attached screen shot:
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