What comes to mind when you hear the word TUTORIAL? A tutorial can come in many forms. We often think of a tutorial as a step by step how-to document that walks you through a process ie: a one pager, or maybe you think of a YouTube video. We often hear the term “tutorial” in a conversation between a student and a teacher. “Come to tutorials tomorrow, please.” Or maybe we tell our own personal children to attend tutorials to learn a new concept or review a topic that will be on an upcoming test. Tutorials can come in many forms.
Wikipedia defines tutorials:
“A tutorial is a method of transferring knowledge and may be used as a part of a learning process. More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture, a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task.”
Regardless of how you define tutorial we wanted to offer you a different option. We feel that people learn in many different ways. Some prefer a written copy of instructions, others enjoy watching or listening to a video or podcast, while many others prefer a one-on-one, in-person, “hands-on” small group session.
Most recently we started creating tutorials in Wakelet. Wakelet is the perfect way to deliver information to teachers, students, or any audience for that matter. You can easily upload text, links, pictures, PDF’s, and videos to any Wakelet. You can even add contributors so that more people can edit the collection, and sharing is super easy! Just click “share” and see how easy it is…
Are you curious how to create a tutorial using Wakelet? Hopefully the answer is yes. Here is a Wakelet tutorial that will walk you through the simple steps. We know you will be hooked. Give it a try.