Students can comment with their name or anonymously. The example above is feedback I collected from my students. They enjoyed having a public forum for their writing. I enjoyed the instantaneous nature and viewing ease.
I have been thinking of other uses with students and fellow staff:
- virtual bulletin board
- introductions with pictures
- collect anonymous... problems, solutions, observations, questions, comments
- vote or make choices
- KWL chart
- collect data to classify; arrange graphically
The website has a gallery showing examples of what people have created on their walls. I would love to hear your ideas!