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Why<br />…and for what?<br />
Hi, my name is Patrice. <br />
Welcome to my little foray into the world of wikis!<br />
We all know what a wiki is by now, right?<br />
To refresh, let’s take a peak at what the (in)famous Wikipedia has to say.<br />
So that’s a wiki, but why use a wiki and for what?<br />
Let’s start with the “why”.<br />
Why?<br />The Nuts and Bolts<br />
Wikis…1<br />
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<...
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<...
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<...
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<...
Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<...
Beyond The Nuts and Bolts<br />An Educational Perspective2<br />
“Wikis enact knowledge building with and for others.  The focus is on the community itself rather than on the individual l...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />“When students do not like what they see-fo...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />All can participate.<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />...
So now we have a handle on the “whys” of wiki. Let’s talk about what we might use them for.<br />
For What?<br />
For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />
For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />
For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />
For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />gui...
For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />gui...
Let’s get specific!<br />
Internal Communication<br />
Internal Communication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content.  Not ...
Internal Communication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content.  Not ...
InternalCommunication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content.  Not s...
Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />
Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom example: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great...
Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great initiat...
Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great initiat...
Collaborative Environment<br />
Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />
Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can...
Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can...
Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can...
Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />
Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibra...
Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibra...
Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibra...
Research Guide<br />
Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />
Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />Wikis allow manage...
Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />Wikis allow manage...
Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />
Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success:  A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<...
Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success:  A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<...
Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success:  A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<...
Classroom Opportunities<br />
Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />
Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />
Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesso...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesso...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesso...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of on...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of on...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of on...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of on...
Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of on...
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />h...
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />h...
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />h...
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />h...
Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />h...
Thank you for joining me in what Chad Boeninger  calls “The Wonderful World of Wikis”!7<br />
He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />
He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />
He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />“some creativity”<br />
He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />“some creativity”<br />“and the desi...
My Resources<br />Boeninger, C. (2007). The Wonderful World of Wikis: Applications For Libraries. In N. Courtney, Library ...
My Footnotes(in lieu of in-text citations)<br />1 Boyd (2007)<br />2 Fountain (2005)<br />3 Fountain (2005) (p.1)<br />4 F...
If you would like to read more of what I read…<br />Meredith Farkas at WebJunction<br />http://www.webjunction.org/technol...
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    1. 1. Why<br />…and for what?<br />
    2. 2. Hi, my name is Patrice. <br />
    3. 3. Welcome to my little foray into the world of wikis!<br />
    4. 4. We all know what a wiki is by now, right?<br />
    5. 5. To refresh, let’s take a peak at what the (in)famous Wikipedia has to say.<br />
    6. 6.
    7. 7. So that’s a wiki, but why use a wiki and for what?<br />
    8. 8. Let’s start with the “why”.<br />
    9. 9. Why?<br />The Nuts and Bolts<br />
    10. 10. Wikis…1<br />
    11. 11. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />
    12. 12. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />
    13. 13. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />
    14. 14. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<br />
    15. 15. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<br />can run on older computers<br />
    16. 16. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<br />can run on older computers<br />function with a slower Internet connection<br />
    17. 17. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<br />can run on older computers<br />function with a slower Internet connection<br />can be accessed at home and at school<br />
    18. 18. Wikis…1<br />are free<br />are easy to set up<br />are easy to use, update and monitor<br />can be used on PCs or on Macs<br />can run on older computers<br />function with a slower Internet connection<br />can be accessed at home and at school<br />supply easy access to information due to keyword<br /> search<br />
    19. 19. Beyond The Nuts and Bolts<br />An Educational Perspective2<br />
    20. 20. “Wikis enact knowledge building with and for others. The focus is on the community itself rather than on the individual learner. (Holmes, Tangney, FitzGibbon, Savage, & Mehan, 2004). The implications of communal constructivism for the university context are of particular import. In the words of Holmes et al. (2001), “What we argue for is a Communal constructivism where students and teachers are not simply engaged in developing their own information but actively involved in creating knowledge that will benefit other students. In this model, students will not simply pass through a course like water through a sieve but instead leave their own imprint in the development of the course, their school or university, and ideally the discipline.”3<br />
    21. 21. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />
    22. 22. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />
    23. 23. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />
    24. 24. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />“When students do not like what they see-for example, the approaches taken by others-they may act to create otherwise.” (Scardamalia et al. 1994)5<br />
    25. 25. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />
    26. 26. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />All can participate.<br />
    27. 27. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />
    28. 28. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />Students can take time to think so what they write can be well-considered.<br />
    29. 29. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />
    30. 30. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />This places greater emphasis on quality content creation and/or comprehension.<br />
    31. 31. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />
    32. 32. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />Non-hierarchical decision making can occur between students.<br />
    33. 33. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />
    34. 34. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />Mutually edited content has the potential to improve the quality of ideas.<br />
    35. 35. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />make feedback very public<br />
    36. 36. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />make feedback very public<br />Wikis provide a great opportunity to read and respond to others.<br />
    37. 37. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />make feedback very public<br />enable anonymity<br />
    38. 38. The “Pedagogical Potential”4 of Wikis<br />Wikis…<br />maximize interplay<br />are democratic<br />work in real time<br />use technology that is text-based<br />promote negotiation and collaboration<br />permit collaborative document editing<br />make feedback very public<br />enable anonymity<br />With this anonymity comes responsibility. A teacher’s role is to provide guidance here.<br />
    39. 39. So now we have a handle on the “whys” of wiki. Let’s talk about what we might use them for.<br />
    40. 40. For What?<br />
    41. 41. For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />
    42. 42. For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />
    43. 43. For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />
    44. 44. For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />guide research<br />
    45. 45. For What?<br />Wikis can be used to…6<br />provide internal communication<br />create a collaborative environment<br />guide research<br />create rich classroom experiences<br />
    46. 46. Let’s get specific!<br />
    47. 47. Internal Communication<br />
    48. 48. Internal Communication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content. Not so with wikis.<br />
    49. 49. Internal Communication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content. Not so with wikis.<br />Since anyone can add to a wiki, communication amoung users can be more timely and relevant.<br />
    50. 50. InternalCommunication<br />Web pages tend to become out-of-date because only a few people add and maintain content. Not so with wikis.<br />Since anyone can add to a wiki, communication amoung users can be more timely and relevant.<br />Have you thought about using a wiki as a portal for assignments and to provide additional resources for your class?<br />
    51. 51. Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />
    52. 52. Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom example: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great initiative by Vicki Davis at Westwood Schools<br />
    53. 53. Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great initiative by Vicki Davis at Westwood Schools<br />Staff Library: https://wiki.lib.umn.edu<br />University of Minnesota Library<br />
    54. 54. Some examples of wikis used for internal communication<br />Classroom: http://westwood.wikispaces.com<br />A great initiative by Vicki Davis at Westwood Schools<br />Staff Library: https://wiki.lib.umn.edu<br />University of Minnesota Library<br />Canadian: http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/UBC_HealthLib-Wiki_-_A_Knowledge-Base_for_Health_Librarians<br />
    55. 55. Collaborative Environment<br />
    56. 56. Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />
    57. 57. Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can expand collaboration into a very large audience<br />
    58. 58. Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can expand collaboration into a very large audience.<br />A wiki is an ideal way for libraries to be at the centre of the schools, campuses and communities they serve.<br />
    59. 59. Collaborative Environment<br />Collaboration=the exchange of ideas and knowledge within a group<br />The use of a wiki can expand collaboration into a very large audience.<br />A wiki is an ideal way for libraries to be at the centre of the schools, campuses and communities they serve.<br />A great tool for collaborative writing in schools!<br />
    60. 60. Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />
    61. 61. Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibrary.org/thirdGradeWikis.aspx<br />
    62. 62. Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibrary.org/thirdGradeWikis.aspx<br />Collaboration in Economics:<br />http://welkerswikinomics.wetpaint.com/<br />
    63. 63. Some examples of wikis used to promote collaboration<br />Collaboration in Elementary School:<br />http:www.grandviewlibrary.org/thirdGradeWikis.aspx<br />Collaboration in Economics:<br />http://welkerswikinomics.wetpaint.com/<br />Math collaboration: http://planetmath.org<br />
    64. 64. Research Guide<br />
    65. 65. Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />
    66. 66. Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />Wikis allow management of dynamic content<br />
    67. 67. Research Guide<br />Wikis provide a great alternative to traditional subject guides or pathfinders<br />Wikis allow management of dynamic content<br />Wikis enable and empower librarians to create and edit their own content. No web manager required.<br />
    68. 68. Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />
    69. 69. Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<br />
    70. 70. Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<br />The Biz Wiki: http://www.library.ohiou.edu/subjects/bizwiki/index.php/Main_Page<br />
    71. 71. Some examples of wikis being used as research guides<br />Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki<br />www.libsuccess.org<br />The Biz Wiki:http://www.library.ohiou.edu/subjects/bizwiki/index.php/Main_Page<br />Doucette Library of Teaching Resources:<br />http://wiki.ucalgary.ca/page/Doucette<br />
    72. 72. Classroom Opportunities<br />
    73. 73. Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />
    74. 74. Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />
    75. 75. Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesson summaries <br />
    76. 76. Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesson summaries<br />Collaboration of notes <br />
    77. 77. Classroom Opportunities<br />Vicky Davis (2006) suggests you use wikis for…<br />“Choose your own path” stories<br />Lesson summaries<br />Collaboration of notes<br />Concept introduction and exploratory projects <br />
    78. 78. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />
    79. 79. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />
    80. 80. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of online texts for classroom curriculum<br />
    81. 81. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of online texts for classroom curriculum<br />poetry wikis<br />
    82. 82. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of online texts for classroom curriculum<br />poetry wikis<br />history-of-the-school wikis<br />
    83. 83. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of online texts for classroom curriculum<br />poetry wikis<br />history-of-the-school wikis<br />brainstorming wikis<br />
    84. 84. Classroom Opportunities<br />Will Richardson (2009) suggests you use wikis for…<br />Wiki book studies<br />creation of online texts for classroom curriculum<br />poetry wikis<br />history-of-the-school wikis<br />brainstorming wikis<br />Shall I go on?<br />
    85. 85. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />
    86. 86. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />http:wiki.woodward.edu/hannelee/doku.php<br />
    87. 87. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />http:wiki.woodward.edu/hannelee/doku.php<br />Mrs. Garmey’s Classroom Wiki:<br />http://mrsgarmey.wikispaces.com<br />
    88. 88. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />http:wiki.woodward.edu/hannelee/doku.php<br />Mrs. Garmey’s Classroom Wiki:<br />http://mrsgarmey.wikispaces.com<br />GCSE History Wiki: http://gcsehistory.wikispaces.com<br />
    89. 89. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />http:wiki.woodward.edu/hannelee/doku.php<br />Mrs. Garmey’s Classroom Wiki:<br />http://mrsgarmey.wikispaces.com<br />GCSE History Wiki: http://gcsehistory.wikispaces.com<br />Wikibooks: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Main_Page<br />
    90. 90. Some examples of wikis being used to create rich classroom opportunities<br />A book study: Turn Homeward, Hannelee<br />http:wiki.woodward.edu/hannelee/doku.php<br />Mrs. Garmey’s Classroom Wiki:<br />http://mrsgarmey.wikispaces.com<br />GCSE History Wiki: http://gcsehistory.wikispaces.com<br />Wikibooks: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Main_Page<br />“Flat Classroom” projects: http://www.flatclassroomproject.org<br />
    91. 91. Thank you for joining me in what Chad Boeninger calls “The Wonderful World of Wikis”!7<br />
    92. 92. He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />
    93. 93. He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />
    94. 94. He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />“some creativity”<br />
    95. 95. He also describes what qualities are required to create a wiki…8<br />“a vision”<br />“some creativity”<br />“and the desire to explore something new.”<br />
    96. 96. My Resources<br />Boeninger, C. (2007). The Wonderful World of Wikis: Applications For Libraries. In N. Courtney, Library 2.0 And Beyond: Innovative Technologies and Tomorrow’s User (pp. 24-33). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.<br />Boyd, R. (2007). The Wiki Way. Retrieved from<br />http://webtools4u2use.wikispaces.com/Wikis<br />Davis, V. (2006). How I use Wikis. What do you do? Retrieved from<br />http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/2006/08/how-i-use-wikis-what-do-you-do.html<br />Fountain, R. (2005). Pedagogical Potential. Retrieved from<br />http://www.profetic.org/dossiers/article.php3?id_article=970<br />Richardson, W. (2009). Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press.<br />Wiki. (2010). In Wikipedia. Retrieved from<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki<br />
    97. 97. My Footnotes(in lieu of in-text citations)<br />1 Boyd (2007)<br />2 Fountain (2005)<br />3 Fountain (2005) (p.1)<br />4 Fountain (2005) (p.1)<br />5 Fountain (2005) (p.1)<br />6Boeninger (2007)<br />7Boeninger (2007) (p.24)<br />8 Boeninger (2007) (p.33)<br />
    98. 98. If you would like to read more of what I read…<br />Meredith Farkas at WebJunction<br />http://www.webjunction.org/technology/web-tools/articles/content/438229<br />Darlene Fichter, Using Wikis to Support Online Collaboration in Libraries http://library2.usask.ca/~fichter/articles/2006.01.Using_Wikis_to_Support_Online_Collaboration_in_Libraries.pdf<br />
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