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AMEE 2012 Wiki workshop

  1. 1. Using Wikis ……VIEW WorkshopAMEE 2012Nick ShortRoyal Veterinary College & WikiVet
  2. 2. Session Objectives Review the evolution of wikis Discuss possible educational uses of wikis Explore potential veterinary applications Case study – WikiVet Overview of key features Analysis of current use Potential development Constraints AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  3. 3. Wiki Overview AMEE 2012 Nick Short By Andrew Laing (Wiki-Wiki!!!) [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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  8. 8. Have you used a wiki and if so how ….? Have you ever edited Wikipedia? Would you be prepared to contribute to WikiVet? Are you happy for your students to use a wiki to support their studies? Do you think it is acceptable for students to use text copied from a wiki? AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  9. 9. OER = Creative Commons Found in | Journal of an Open Source Original comic by | Nerdson AMEE 2012 Nick Short (Under CC-BY License)
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  21. 21. Growth in User Registrations AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  22. 22. Veterinary School Registrations (%) AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  23. 23. What has worked well….. University collaboration Commercial partners and Publishers Current user satisfaction Growth in registrations and usage Graduate authors Student ambassadors Virtual museum AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  24. 24. However ….. Problems getting users to edit Limited awareness amongst some audiences Institutional endorsement Academic peer review Resourcing development AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  25. 25. Useful Links Wetpaint – educational tools (http://goo.gl/I7HQg) Wikiversity – 18,000 learning resources (http://goo.gl/DgW2G ) Medpedia – medical wiki (http://goo.gl/EWcEF) AMEE 2012 Nick Short
  26. 26. Thank You! nshort@rvc.ac.uk www.rvc.ac.uk/emedia AMEE 2012 Nick Short

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