In reviewing the process of how the wiki was constructed, the most confusing and frustrating part of the project for students was the structural format of the web page. Considering this was a first time experiment for the class as a whole, it presented fundamental “start-up” challenges that would be polished through a second crack at the wiki. As a whole, our class did a great job of effectively communicating our individual wants for the wiki in order to create a “group mind” on the how the page was to be formatted and linked. In the future, rather than using email to communicate between group partners and class peers, I would suggest creating a class forum. In using our student email accounts, notifications and deadlines where lost and left students confused. In using an online forum, students could post questions and problems on a question board and also pass email through one source. This would help students be certain of their responsibilities and deadlines. On the forum, there would be a roster and a contact information page to make communication easier. Any helpful common research links, instructions for linking, deadlines, and or general MLA formatting information could be posted on the forum. Overall, our class did a good job of syncing each individuals information in a timely and organized manner. But, I do think a forum would reduce frustration and confusion for future students creating a class wiki.