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  • 1. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D Stephania P. Biddings EDUC 8841: Diffusion and Integration of Technology in Education Dr. David Thornburg Walden University December 28, 2008
  • 2. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • In the beginning…
    • Real-time collaboration took place in the same place, at the same time.
  • 3. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Need
    • Valuable time was wasted, and meaningful dialogue was lost if a meeting date, time, and place could not be established.
  • 4. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Need
    • Documents , presentations, and other projects had to be faxed, emailed, or express delivered back-and-forth for secondary collaborative efforts.
  • 5. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Then came the Wiki!
  • 6. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Innovation/Concept
    • “ A wiki is a page or collection of Web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified markup language.” (2008, Wikipedia).
  • 7. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • The Wiki was named by its creator Ward Cunningham, after the fast, Hawaiian, passenger buses named “wikis.” (2008, Wikipedia; 2008, Wikieducator.org).
  • 8. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • According to the Wiki creator— Ward Cunningham , the Wiki is “The simplest online database that could possibly work.” (2009, About.com; 2008, Wikipedia; 2002, Wiki.org).
    Research
  • 9. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Research
    • Cunningham was inspired by Apple’s Hypercard. The Hypercard allowed multiple users, to collaboratively create virtual card stacks with links.
  • 10. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Development
    • Thinking of how to apply this concept for open use with businesses and the general public, Cunningham created a content management system (CMS)—the Wiki.
  • 11. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Development
    • Wiki u sers could still collaborate real-time, and asynchronous. However , users did not need to be in the same place, at the same time.
  • 12. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Development
    • There were issues and concerns with the Wiki.
    • Anyone could make changes to public wiki documents.
    • Anyone could access
    • Wiki documents.
  • 13. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Development
    • However, with moderated or private Wikis these issues have been resolved
    Require an invitation documents are private and secure with password access.
  • 14. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Development/Commercialization
    • Cunningham’s first wiki—WikiWikiWeb, was developed in 1994, and applied to the internet domain “c2.com,” on March 25, 1995. (2008, Wikipedia).
  • 15. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Commercialization
    • Cunningham created it for the Portland Pattern (computer programming design patterns) Repository. (2002, Wiki.org).
  • 16. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Commercialization
    • “ In the early 2000s, wikis were increasingly adopted in enterprise as collaborative software.” (2008, Wikipedia; 2002, Wiki.org).
  • 17. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Commercialization
    • An online, collaborative meeting place, the Wiki is an electronic portfolio, storing documents and presentations for sharing, revision, and editing.
  • 18. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Adoption
    • The Wiki allows for synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. Users, as Cunningham states, “… can comment on, and change one another’s text .”
  • 19. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Adoption and Social Change
    • Businesses and organizations were able “meet” any place, and at any time—with internet access.
  • 20. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Consequences of Social Change
    • Students, classes, and instructors can collaborate and meet anytime, anywhere.
  • 21. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Consequences of Social Change
    • The Wiki has transformed how we conduct business, meet, instruct, and learn.
  • 22. The Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki , and http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiHistory
  • 23. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Attributes that Affect Adoption Rate
    • Relative Advantage
    • Compatibility
    • * Complexity
    • * Trialability
    • Observability
    • * Complexity and Trialability strongly affect the adoption rate of the Wiki in the K-12 organization.
  • 24. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • K-12 Early Wiki Adoptees
    • Technology Instructors
    • Media Specialists
    • Instructors with prior technology experience
  • 25. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Centralized Approach
    • The centralized approach would work best for Wiki adoption, within the public school sector and the educational system overall.
    • Focus on a specific demographic pool(s)
    • Target PD goals, not just instruction
    • Create a core team(s) to pair-share, later
  • 26. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Centralized Focus Group for Wiki Adoption
    • Administrators Team/Academy Leaders
    • (provide informed leadership) (provide targeted small-group PD)
    • Department Chairs Club Sponsors
    • (provide core/subject-area PD) (resource room/discussion board)
  • 27. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • Organizational Need
    • The Miami-Dade County Public Schools district needs cost-effective:
    • collaborative resources to meet the needs of a large organization with broad planning and development needs.
    • resources that will aid in the set-up and facilitation of necessary meetings; the revision and transfer of documents; and the research needs of a tech-savvy student population.
  • 28. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • The following two slides depict a student’s assignment posting on a class/team wiki.
    • Assignment 1: course paper in APA format.
    • Assignment 2: course project—story board
    • The course instructor and others can sign-in, and review, comment or revise at any time.
    • *Note the protected symbol on each page
  • 29. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
  • 30. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
  • 31.
    • The next slide depicts a team discussion on an assignment within a wiki format.
    • The students respond to the assignment, and to one another in separate posts.
    • The teacher can review and evaluate the team’s participation and activity within the wiki.
    • The classroom has become 3-D
  • 32. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
  • 33. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • The Organizational Need and the Wiki
    • The Wiki allows for collaborative meetings, at synchronous and asynchronous times—cost free.
    • Documents can be edited, revised, shared, and accessed by multiple people at varied times.
    • Students can create a Wiki to allow their instructors access to their research paper or Capstone, with 24-hour access Monday –Friday.
  • 34. The Wiki Collaboration in 3-D
    • References
    • About.com. (2009). What is a Wiki? Retrieved from, http://webtrends.about.com/od/wiki/a/what_is_a_wiki.htm , on January 3, 2009.
    • Wiki Educator. (2008). Introducing a Wiki. Retrieved from, http://www.wikieducator.org/Wikieducator_tutorial/What_is_a_wiki , on January 3, 2009.
    • Wiki.org. (2002). What is Wiki? Retrieved from, http://www.wiki.org/wiki.cgi?WhatIsWiki , on December 30, 2008.
    • Wikipedia. (2008). Wiki. Retrieved from , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki , on December 30, 2008.