wiki are a tool for collaborative editing that is growing in recognition and popularity. Here are some (hopefully) relevant resources for those of us at UCLA who are interested in using wikis.
- http://pbwiki.com/education.wiki This tool is free and lets you create your own wiki.
- Proceedings of Wikimania 2006
- NPR story: Harvard Hosts ‘Wikimania 2006’ Conference
- ‘Wikis’ Meet to Chart Future of Wikipedia.org
- Musings from a Wikimaniac
- WikimediaWorlds. Part I. Wikipedia. Library Hi Tech News 22, no. 8 (September/October 2005): 46-54.
- Schools with Campus-wide Wikis
- Case Wiki is an encyclopedic reference about Case Western Reserve University and its surroundings. What makes the Case Wiki different from other sites is that content can be created by any member of the university community, not just site maintainers.
- Stanford Wiki – an encyclopedia that any student can edit
- Clemson Wiki – a source of Clemson knowledge, academic and social information, trivia
- Rofflehaus – a encyclopedia for Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, and surrounding areas. Anyone can edit any of the articles found on this site
- Dashboard – Brown University Wiki is used for academic and educational purposes and only administrator/faculty members are allowed to edit the content of the articles
- WSUWiki – Washington State University wiki for students, faculty, staff to collaboratively develop educational articles; meant to encourage interaction among the academic community
- Indexes of Wikis based around schools and universities
- Wikiindex: Universities – US and international schools
- “Wikia: University Wikis – US and international (English, Dutch, French, German) ":http://universitywikinodewiki.wikia.com/wiki/University-wikis