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Wikis tend to be more project oriented than blogs.


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I'm asking for **a single post by Sunday** midnight, but you might do this a multiple posts.
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I'm asking for a single post by Sunday, but you might do this a multiple posts.


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With wikis, we look at a collective and collaborative writing space - a different social model of knowledge than we see in the distributed network of blogs. On a wiki, participants cooperate to produce collective multi-paged hypertext documents. These pages are co-authored, even to the point of anonymity - a point where the authors of the page are no longer concerned about who contributed what. Wikipedia and the wiki you're reading now operate the same way.


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Readings and activities for WeblogsAndWikis, spring 2015.
A chapter from a book about wikis. Writing in wiki spaces is not the same as writing with paper in a private space
==== Third, post some notes to your blog ====
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Readings and activities for WeblogsAndWikis, S 2014.
Composing in wiki spaces is not the same as composing in a private space
==== Third, some notes posted to your blog ====


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Readings and activities for WeblogsAndWikis, S 2014.
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Readings for WeblogsAndWikis, S 2014


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This week, get some background on wikis in a few readings and then //explore// some wikis and develop some notes and observations on them.
==== First, some reading ====
==== Second, a tour ====
==== Third, some notes posted to your blog ====
This post asks you not to compose an essay but some notes. Those notes, however, call for close observation, including close reading of pages and some inference of how those pages are developing. But you've been doing observation in your posts so far in this class, so you're used to it.
I'm asking for a single post by Sunday, but you might do this a multiple posts.
Post some notes on
- how wikis operate as social spaces for collective / collaborative work.
- ... whatever else comes up
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in draft until noon 12 Feb
This week, //explore// to develop some notes and observations on wikis:
- how they operate as social spaces for collective / collaborative work.
Requires some close observation, including close reading of pages and some inference of how those pages are developing.
Single post by Saturday
==== First Reading ====
==== A Tour ====
==== A Post ====
Post some notes (not an essay) on


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- and [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/WhyWikiWorks | WhyWikiWorks ]] at MeatballWiki
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- and at MeatballWiki [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/WhyWikiWorks | WhyWikiWorks]]


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This week, //explore// to develop some notes and observations on wikis:
- how they operate as social spaces for collective / collaborative work.
- how content creation gets done.
- differences in reading and writing from what we are familiar with.
Requires some close observation, including close reading of pages and some inference of how those pages are developing.
Single post by Saturday
==== First Reading ====
==== A Tour ====
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This week, explore to derive some notes and observations on wikis -
==== A tour ====


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in draft until noon 12 Feb
This week, explore to derive some notes and observations on wikis -
Three primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.
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A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.


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==== A Post ====
Post some notes (not an essay) on
- what you observe on the wikis regarding how the writers work
- questions that come up concerning wikis and using wikis (and links to pages that address those questions)


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Wikis are local communities of shared interests. They have developing customs and styles and values and approaches. These tend to be laid out in the local style guides (Ours is the StyleGuide). When you first visit a wiki, you're a visitor. Have a look around to get a sense of the customs.
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Wikis are local communities of shared interests. They have developing customs and styles and values and approaches. These tend to be laid out in the local StyleGuide. When you first visit a wiki, you're a visitor. Have a look around to get a sense of the customs.


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- TheCollective
- TheCollectiveNotebook


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Composing in wiki spaces is not the same as composing in a private space
Wikis are local communities of shared interests. They have developing customs and styles and values and approaches. These tend to be laid out in the local StyleGuide. When you first visit a wiki, you're a visitor. Have a look around to get a sense of the customs.
A look at co-operating in a writing space, and how wikis address multiple perspectives.
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=== Topics and issues ====
- wikis are local communities of shared interests
- reading and reading paths
- distributed knowledge
- ...
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A look at co-operating in a writing space, and a how wikis address multiple perspectives.


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==== A tour ====
(If you don't like the organization of a wiki page, you can change it. Go ahead.)
As you read these wiki pages, a //reading// that includes following links, make notes on how the pages are organized, what state they seem to be in; watch for uses of DocumentMode and ThreadMode, watch for ways the contributors identify their work, and for text that has become part of the collective wiki. Watch for calls of RefactoringPages. Watch, that is, for what the writers are doing.
=== at c2.com ===
=== at MeatballWiki ===
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballWiki | MeatballWiki]] follow [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballMission | MeatballMission]]
- and at MeatballWiki [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/WhyWikiWorks | WhyWikiWorks]]
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As you read these pages, a //reading// that includes following links, make notes on how the pages are organized, what state they seem to be in; watch for uses of DocumentMode and ThreadMode, and for calls of RefactoringPages. Watch, that is, for what the writers are doing.
at c2.com
at MeatballWiki
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballWiki | MeatballWiki]]
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballMission | MeatballMission]]
Getting Oriented
-


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- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] follow [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?StartingPoints | StartingPoints]]
at MeatballWiki
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- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] to
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?StartingPoints | StartingPoints]]


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at c2.com
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] to
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?StartingPoints | StartingPoints]]
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- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com


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- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com
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- [[http://c2.com/| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com


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- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballWiki | MeatballWiki]]
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballMission | MeatballMission]]
[W]e are PublicArt. We strive to be beautiful. We want to shimmer and make people smile, and we want to do this by attracting and showcasing life.
Getting Oriented
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/MeatballForWikipedians | MeatballForWikipedians]]
- [[http://meatballwiki.org/wiki/StartingPoints | StartingPoints]]
-
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Wikis will likely challenge your ideas of cooperation and ownership, so we can seed the discussion with these two
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommons | Tragedy Of The Commons]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommonsCantHappenHere | Tragedy Of The Commons Cant Happen Here]]


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Edited on 2014-02-11 06:23:57 by MorganAdmin
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- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki | Wikipedia entry on wikis]]
Next, some wiki pages about wikis. With these you can begin to develop questions and frameworks for more consideration.
Wiki pages are always in draft and under refactoring, so they may not be laid out and organized as you would expect in print. Wiki pages are occasionally experimental, and are exploring new not-yet-formed conventions of layout and composing. This part of the activities gives you a chance to get used to that and read through it.
As you read these pages, a //reading// that includes following links, make notes on how the pages are organized, what state they seem to be in; watch for uses of DocumentMode and ThreadMode, and for calls of RefactoringPages. Watch, that is, for what the writers are doing.
- [[http://c2.com/| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeToWikiPleaseBePolite | Welcome To Wiki Please Be Polite]].
A look at co-operating in a writing space, and a how wikis address multiple perspectives.
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks | Why Wiki Works]] at c2.
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorksNot | Why Wiki Works Not]]
Wikis will likely challenge your ideas of cooperation and ownership, so we can seed the discussion with these two
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommons | Tragedy Of The Commons]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommonsCantHappenHere | Tragedy Of The Commons Cant Happen Here]]
A few pages on our wiki
- CollaborationConventions
- CollaborateRadically
- WritingOnAWiki
- TheTeaRoom
Deletions:
- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki | Wikipedia entry on wikis]].


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A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.
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A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work. The trick is to not skim but to read these articles closely.


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A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work. The trick is to not skim but to read these articles closely.
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A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.


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Edited on 2014-02-10 14:28:34 by MorganAdmin
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- [[http://www.commoncraft.com/video/wikis | Wikis in Plain English]], video at Common Craft
- [[http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/wide-open-spaces-wikis-ready-or-not | Wide Open Spaces: Wikis Ready or Not]], Brian Lamb
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]].
Deletions:
- [[http://www.commoncraft.com/video/wikis | Wikis in Plain English]], video at Common Craft - No need to respond to this. It's a primer: background.
- [[http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/wide-open-spaces-wikis-ready-or-not | Wide Open Spaces: Wikis Ready or Not]], Brian Lamb - No need to respond to this. Like Wikis in Plain English, this article is a primer, an introduction. But you might want to select an extract, a quote, or develop a question or two that can be looked at further.
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment. But take note of the techniques in this article. WikiWriters use them.


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Readings for WeblogsAndWikis, S 2014
A few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.
CategoryExercise CategoryWiki
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Readings and activities for WeblogsAndWikis, S 2014
Post this week not an essay or conclusions but extracts, quotes, notes, questions for exploring further, frameworks for considering matters further.
=== Part I ===
First, a few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work. (The practice at a university is to use Wikipedia to get up to speed on a topic, as you would use a general encyclopedia, but not use the material as a source unless you're writing about Wikipedia itself). Instead, use a more focused source of http://c2.com/ - [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors Portland Pattern Repository's Wiki]].

CategoryExercise CategoryExercise CategoryWiki


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=== Part II ===
Next, some readings on wikis - that is, some wiki pages about wikis. With these you can begin to develop questions and frameworks for more consideration.
Wiki pages are always in draft and under refactoring, so they may not be laid out and organized as you would expect in print. Wiki pages are occasionally experimental, and are exploring new not-yet-formed conventions of layout and composing. This part of the activities gives you a chance to get used to that and read through it.
As you read these pages, which includes following links, make notes on how the pages are organized, what state they seem to be in; watch for uses of DocumentMode and ThreadMode, and for calls of RefactoringPages. Watch, that is, for what the writers are doing.
- [[http://c2.com/| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeToWikiPleaseBePolite | Welcome To Wiki Please Be Polite]].
A look at cooperating in a writing space, and a how wikis address multiple perspectives.
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks | Why Wiki Works]] at c2.
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorksNot | Why Wiki Works Not]]
Wikis will likely challenge your ideas of cooperation and ownership, so we can seed the discussion with these two
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommons | Tragedy Of The Commons]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommonsCantHappenHere | Tragedy Of The Commons Cant Happen Here]]
A few pages on our wiki
- CollaborationConventions
- CollaborateRadically
- WritingOnAWiki
- TheTeaRoom
=== Part III Some Wiki Spaces ===
Wikis are social spaces and so wiki users develop style guides and local conventions to guide their users. Visiting a wiki for the first time is like visiting a new place. Be prepared to consult the StyleGuide to get your bearings.
Investigate these pages as a first-time visitor - which you are. Read (not skim, read) the material on welcome pages, users's guide or style guides. You'll be able to edit some pages on some wikis, on others, not. Watch for tabs or buttons labeled Talk, Recent Changes, and Info. But the idea is to stay focused on how the wiki is designed, how to find things, some of the community conventions.
- Another visit to [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com.
- [[http://www.philosophical-investigations.org/ | Philosophical Investigations]]
- [[http://daviswiki.org/ | Daviswiki]]
- [[http://wthistory.wikispot.org/Front_Page | Winchester Thurston History Wiki - Knowing Together]]
- [[http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Main_Page | EduTech Wiki]]
As a final focus, compare a few style guides
- Weblogs and Wikis StyleGuide
- [[http://daviswiki.org/Davis_Wiki_Guide | Davis Wiki Guide]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?GoodStyle | Good Style]] - c2.com's style guide
----
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Below the DoubleLine
setting up a new wiki and building communities: [[http://wikispot.org/Building_community | Building community - Wiki Spot]]
connect to
IP
network theory
cooperative and collaborative work
persistence of content
development of content


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- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment. But take note of the techniques in this article. WikiWriters use them.
As you read these pages, which includes following links, make notes on how the pages are organized, what state they seem to be in; watch for uses of DocumentMode and ThreadMode, and for calls of RefactoringPages. Watch, that is, for what the writers are doing.
Wikis are social spaces and so wiki users develop style guides and local conventions to guide their users. Visiting a wiki for the first time is like visiting a new place. Be prepared to consult the StyleGuide to get your bearings.
Investigate these pages as a first-time visitor - which you are. Read (not skim, read) the material on welcome pages, users's guide or style guides. You'll be able to edit some pages on some wikis, on others, not. Watch for tabs or buttons labeled Talk, Recent Changes, and Info. But the idea is to stay focused on how the wiki is designed, how to find things, some of the community conventions.
Deletions:
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment.
Investigate these as a first time visitor - which you are. Read (not skim, read) the material on welcome pages, users's guide or style guides. You'll be able to edit some pages on some wikis, on others, not. Watch for tabs or buttons labeled Talk, Recent Changes, and Info. But the idea is to stay focused on how the wiki is designed, how to find things, some of the community conventions.


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A look at cooperating in a writing space, and a how wikis address multiple perspectives.
A few pages on our wiki
=== Part III Some Wiki Spaces ===
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A look at cooperating in a writing space, and a how wikis work with multiple perspectives.
a few pages on our wiki
=== Some Wiki Spaces ===


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=== Part II ===
Wiki pages are always in draft and under refactoring, so they may not be laid out and organized as you would expect in print. Wiki pages are occasionally experimental, and are exploring new not-yet-formed conventions of layout and composing. This part of the activities gives you a chance to get used to that and read through it.


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- TheTeaRoom


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Edited on 2014-02-10 13:29:36 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki | Wikipedia entry on wikis]].
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment.
Next, some readings on wikis - that is, some wiki pages about wikis. With these you can begin to develop questions and frameworks for more consideration.
A look at cooperating in a writing space, and a how wikis work with multiple perspectives.
Below the DoubleLine
Deletions:
- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki | Wikipedia entry on wikis]]
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment.
Next, some readings on wikis - that is, some wiki pages about wikis. With these you might begin to develop questions and frameworks for more consideration.
A look at cooperating in a writing space, and a how wikis work with multiple perspectives


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Edited on 2014-02-10 13:28:28 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
First, a few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work. (The practice at a university is to use Wikipedia to get up to speed on a topic, as you would use a general encyclopedia, but not use the material as a source unless you're writing about Wikipedia itself). Instead, use a more focused source of http://c2.com/ - [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors Portland Pattern Repository's Wiki]].
- [[http://www.commoncraft.com/video/wikis | Wikis in Plain English]], video at Common Craft - No need to respond to this. It's a primer: background.
- [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki | Wikipedia entry on wikis]]
- [[http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/wide-open-spaces-wikis-ready-or-not | Wide Open Spaces: Wikis Ready or Not]], Brian Lamb - No need to respond to this. Like Wikis in Plain English, this article is a primer, an introduction. But you might want to select an extract, a quote, or develop a question or two that can be looked at further.
- [[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment.
Next, some readings on wikis - that is, some wiki pages about wikis. With these you might begin to develop questions and frameworks for more consideration.
- [[http://c2.com/| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeToWikiPleaseBePolite | Welcome To Wiki Please Be Polite]].
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks | Why Wiki Works]] at c2.
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorksNot | Why Wiki Works Not]]
Wikis will likely challenge your ideas of cooperation and ownership, so we can seed the discussion with these two
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommons | Tragedy Of The Commons]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommonsCantHappenHere | Tragedy Of The Commons Cant Happen Here]]
- CollaborationConventions
- CollaborateRadically
- WritingOnAWiki
=== Some Wiki Spaces ===
- Another visit to [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com.
- [[http://www.philosophical-investigations.org/ | Philosophical Investigations]]
- [[http://daviswiki.org/ | Daviswiki]]
- [[http://wthistory.wikispot.org/Front_Page | Winchester Thurston History Wiki - Knowing Together]]
- [[http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Main_Page | EduTech Wiki]]
As a final focus, compare a few style guides
- Weblogs and Wikis StyleGuide
- [[http://daviswiki.org/Davis_Wiki_Guide | Davis Wiki Guide]]
- [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?GoodStyle | Good Style]] - c2.com's style guide

Deletions:
Getting ready for wikis
2014
Your main source is not Wikipedia (The practice at a university is to use Wikipedia to get up to speed on a topic, as you would use a general encyclopedia, but not use the material or cite the source unless you're writing about Wikipedia itself). Instead, used a more focused source of http://c2.com/ - [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors Portland Pattern Repository's Wiki]].
First, a few primers to get a sense of what wikis are and how they work.
[[http://www.commoncraft.com/video/wikis | Wikis in Plain English]], video at Common Craft - No need to respond to this. It's a primer: background.
[[http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/wide-open-spaces-wikis-ready-or-not | Wide Open Spaces: Wikis Ready or Not]], Brian Lamb - No need to respond to this. Like Wikis in Plain English, this article is a primer, an introduction. But you might want to select an extract, a quote, or develop a question or two that can be looked at further.
[[http://quod.lib.umich.edu/d/dcbooks/5871848.0001.001/1:5/--wiki-writing-collaborative-learning-in-the-college-classroom?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#5.5 | Above and Below the DoubleLine]]. Again, a primer. No need to comment.
Next, some readings on wikis - that is, some wiki pages about wikis.
[[http://c2.com/| Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeToWikiPleaseBePolite | Welcome To Wiki Please Be Polite]].
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorks | Why Wiki Works]] at c2.
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WhyWikiWorksNot | Why Wiki Works Not]]
Wikis will likely challenge your ideas of cooperation and ownership, so
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommons | Tragedy Of The Commons]]
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?TragedyOfTheCommonsCantHappenHere | Tragedy Of The Commons Cant Happen Here]]
CollaborationConventions
CollaborateRadically
WritingOnAWiki
Some Wiki Spaces
Another visit to [[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors | Welcome Visitors]] at c2.com.
[[http://www.philosophical-investigations.org/ | Philosophical Investigations]]
[[http://daviswiki.org/ | Daviswiki]]
[[http://wthistory.wikispot.org/Front_Page | Winchester Thurston History Wiki - Knowing Together]]
[[http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Main_Page | EduTech Wiki]]
Compare Style Guides
Weblogs and Wikis StyleGuide
[[http://daviswiki.org/Davis_Wiki_Guide | Davis Wiki Guide]]
[[http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?GoodStyle | Good Style]] - c2.com's style guide


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