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Welcome to the wiki in support of our book "Using Wikis for Online Collaboration: The Power of the Read-Write Web:"




As it typical of wikis, this page is a work in progress. The goal of this site is to introduce you to wikis, and serve as an expanding set of examples of how you can incorporate wikis projects into online learning activities. More examples are provided in the book, but you, the readers and online teachers, can also offer sample wiki frames of your own to this wiki.


What You Will Find on this Wiki


This wiki is organized around the same topics as our book.

  1. Intro to Wikis: This section introduces wikis and provides some wiki resources.
  2. Designing Wiki Projects: This section introduces the concepts around "wiki frames" and how they can be used to create wiki projects for online learning.
  3. Knowledge Construction: This section will contain sample wiki frames for basic wiki projects that promote the construction of knowledge.
  4. Critical Thinking: This section will contain sample wiki frames for wiki projects that promote critical thinking.
  5. Contextual Application: This section will contain sample wiki frames for wiki projects for real-world learning activities.













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