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A Quick Idea on Using Wikipedia with Students

A Quick Idea on Using Wikipedia with Students

From the Reconsidering Authority in Wikipedia World article in The Wired Campus, comment 14 by “JQ Johnson.” One of my favorite exercises in an advanced undergraduate or early graduate course is to assign the students the task of reviewing wikipedia articles relevant to the topic of the seminar, and correct an error, citing appropriate academicRead more about A Quick Idea on Using Wikipedia with Students[…]

Wetpaint.com Wikis

Wetpaint.com Wikis

A Wetpaint website is built on the power of collaborative thinking. Here, you can create websites that mix all the best features of wikis, blogs, forums and social networks into a rich, user-generated community based around the whatever-it-is that rocks your socks. A social website that’s so easy to use, anyone can participate. The WetpaintRead more about Wetpaint.com Wikis[…]

Faculty Ideas about Technology: Wikis

Faculty Ideas about Technology: Wikis

Faculty Ideas about Technology: Wikis Kimberly Arnold and David Eisert Wikis are an increasingly popular trend sweeping through educational institutions around the world. Although they were originally viewed as another technological trend serving as a stopgap, wikis have firmly planted themselves among the most asked about emerging technologies. As Web 2.0 becomes more prevalent inRead more about Faculty Ideas about Technology: Wikis[…]