Wiki writing [electronic resource] : collaborative learning in the college classroom / edited by Robert E. Cummings and Matt Barton
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- What was a Wiki, and why do I care? A short and usable history of Wikis / Robert E. Cummings -- Wikis in the classroom: a taxonomy / Mark Phillipson -- Wiki justice, social ergonomics, and ethical collaborations / Jonah Bossewitch ...[et al.] -- Building learning communities with Wikis / Dan Gilbert, Helen L. Chen, and Jeremy Sabol -- Success through simplicity: on developmental writing and communities of inquiry / John W. Maxwell and Michael Felczak -- Disrupting intellectual property: collaboration and resistance in Wikis / Stephanie Vie and Jennifer deWinter -- Agency and accountability: the paradoxes of Wiki discourse / D.A. Caeton -- One Wiki, two classrooms / David Elfving and Ericka Menchen-Trevino -- Content and commentary: parallel structures of organization and interaction on Wikis / Will Lakeman -- Above and below the double line: refactoring and that old-time revision / Michael C. Morgan -- Is there a Wiki in this classroom? Wikibooks and the future of higher education / Matt Barton -- Writing in the Wikishop: constructing knowledge in the electronic classroom / Thomas J. Nelson -- Wiki lore and politics in the classroom / Cathlena Martin and Lisa Dusenberry -- GlossaTechnologia: anatomy of a Wiki-based annotated bibliography / Ben McCorkle -- An (old) first-timer's learning curve: curiosity, trial, resistance, and accommodation / Bob Whipple.
- 9780472116713 (cloth : alk. paper)
0472116711 (cloth : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-246) and index.
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