Wikis and Collaborative Documents: Research List
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TitleAuthorJournal/PublicationYear PublishedDOI/LinkNotesMy CategoriesSubject Focus?Type of article (e.g. Book Chapter, Conference Proceedings, Journal Article, Thesis)
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Wikis: what students do and do not do when writing collaborativelyHagit Meishar‐Tal & Paul GorskyOpen Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning2010http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02680510903482074This talks about student activity when using wikis. "Two main findings were reported: in accord with previous research, students most frequently add content to a wiki rather than delete existing text; and contrary to previous research, students modify existing texts to a greater extent than previously reported. These findings may help teachers design collaborative learning activities."Journal Article
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Collaborative Learning in a Wiki Environment: Experiences from a software engineering course Shailey Minocha & Peter G. ThomasNew Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia2007http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a788227667~db=all"Our evaluations have confirmed that the strength of a wiki, as a collaborative authoring tool, can facilitate the learning of course concepts and students' appreciation of the distributed nature of the RE process context. However, there is a need to support the discussion aspects of collaborative activities with more appropriate tools." Journal Article
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ClassroomWiki: A Collaborative Wiki for Instructional Use with Multiagent Group FormationNobel Khandaker and Leen-Kiat SohIEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies2009http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1058&context=csearticles"Wikis today are being used as a tool to conduct collaborative writing assignments in classrooms. However, typical Wikis do not adequately address the assessment of individual student contributions toward their groups or provide any automated group formation mechanism. To improve these aspects, we have designed and implemented ClassroomWiki..."Conference Proceedings
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Teaching with wikis: improving staff development through action researchRobyn Benson, Charlotte Brack, Gayani Samarwickrema Research in Learning Technology2012http://www.researchinlearningtechnology.net/index.php/rlt/article/view/16149"Experience of the pilot workshop suggested a need for more orientation, potentially by introducing a blended learning design"Journal Article
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Wiki as a Teaching ToolKevin R. Parker, Joseph T. ChaoInterdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects2007http://chep2012.wmwikis.net/file/view/Parker+%26+Chao+2007+-+Wiki+as+a+Teaching+Tool.pdf/299560630/Parker%20%26%20Chao%202007%20-%20Wiki%20as%20a%20Teaching%20Tool.pdfWikis fit in with collaborative and constructivist paradigms, and for cognitive apprenticeship, and in narrative analysis.Journal Article
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The use of blogs, wikis and RSS in education: A conversation of possibilitiesPeter Duffy, Dr Axel BrunsProceedings Online Learning and Teaching Conference 20062006http://eprints.qut.edu.au/5398/1/5398.pdfLooks at what a wiki is, their characteristics, their educational benefits and uses, the social issues that must be understood and dealt with, and the differences between wiki writing and other writing.Conference Proceedings
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Evaluating the use of a wiki for collaborative learningFeng Su and Chris BeaumontInnovations in Education and Teaching International2010http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14703297.2010.518428"Our results suggest that a wiki can promote effective collaborative learning and confidence in formative self and peer assessment by facilitating rapid feedback, vicarious learning through observing others’ contributions and easy navigation and tracking facilities... Issues identified included providing easy access to the wiki, lack of personalisation, possible vandalism and plagiarism. Also, students with learning difficulties might require extra help"Journal Article
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Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom - PrefaceRobert E. Cummings and Matt Barton, EditorsWiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom2008http://0-search.ebscohost.com.library.edgehill.ac.uk/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cat00188a&AN=edge.b1242656&site=eds-live&scope=siteWikis invite collaboration and tolerate dissension, moving toward consensus and defined disagreement.The chapters are organised in 3 areas - Wikis and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Wikis in Composition and Communication Classrooms; and Wikis and the Higher Education Classroom.Book
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Wikis in the Classroom: A TaxonomyMark PhillipsonWiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom2008http://0-search.ebscohost.com.library.edgehill.ac.uk/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cat00188a&AN=edge.b1242656&site=eds-live&scope=site"By treating the wiki as an undifferentiated phenomenon rather than a variously applied tool, we risk alienating colleagues who might otherwise recognize its ability to facilitate long-standing and fundamental pedagogical goals." Shows wikis used as resource, presentation, gateway, simulation, and illumination.Book Chapter
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Teaching with wikis: addressing the digital divideGayani Samarawickrema, Robyn Benson, Charlotte Brack ALT-C 2008 Research Proceedings2008http://repository.alt.ac.uk/440/"we designed a pilot online workshop to prepare a small group of teaching staff at two Australian universities for using wikis in teaching and assessment."Conference Proceedings
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Wiki Pedagogy: Using Wikis to Promote “Integration of Learning”James BarberConference on Higher Education Pedagogy2012http://www.cideronline.org/conference/presentation1.cfm?pid=702"Integration of learning is the ability to connect, apply, and/or synthesize information, knowledge and skills across varied contexts... The flexibility of the wiki format makes it an ideal tool for facilitating collaboration and promoting integration of learning."Conference Proceedings
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