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Further Reading

 

Annotated bibliography on uses of wikis

 

Wiki reading list

 

Barton, M., & Cummings, R., (Eds.).  (2008). Wiki writing: Collaborative learning in the college classroom. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press/Digital Culture Books.

 

Barton, M., & Klint, K.  (2010).  A Student's Guide to Collaborative Writing Technologies 

 

Borja, R. R. (2006). Educators experiment with student-written wikis. Education Week, 25(30), 10.

 

Cole, M. (2009). Communication using Wikis: Lessons from the trenches. Computers & Education.

 

Désilets, A., & Paquet, S. (2005). Wiki as a tool for Web-based collaborative story telling in primary school: A case study.  National Research Council of Canada

 

Ede, L., & Lunsford, A. (1990). Singular texts/plural authors: Perspectives on collaborative writing. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University.

 

Embi, M. A.  (20120.  Web 2.0 Collaborative Tools: A Quick Guide.  Scribd

 

Ertmer, P. A., Newby, T. J., Liu, W., Tomory, A.,Yu, J. H., & Lee, Y. M. (2011). Students’ confidence and perceived value for participating in cross-cultural wiki-based collaborations. Educational Technology Research and Development, 59(2), 213–228.

 

Ferris, S. P., & Wilder, H. (2006). Uses and potentials of wikis in the classroom. Innovate: Journal of Online Education, 2(5).

 

Frydenberg, M. (2008).  Wikis as a tool for online course management.  Journal of Online Teaching, 4(2)

 

Krøvel, R. (2012). An exploratory study of wikis as a teaching resource for students of journalism. Digital Culture & Education, 4(2), 218-234.

 

Kuteeva, M. (2010). Wikis and academic writing: Changing the writer–reader relationship.  English for Specific Purposes, 30(1), 44–57.

 

Luce-Kapler, R.  (2007).  Radical change and wikis: Teaching new literacies.  Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 51(3), 214-223.

 

Mak, B., & Coniam, D.  (2008).  Using wikis to enhance and develop writing skills among secondary school students in Hong Kong.  System.

 

O’Shea, P. M., Baker, P. B., Allen, D. W., Curry-Corcoran, D. E., & Allen, D. B.  (2007).  New levels of student participatory learning: A WikiText for the introductory course in education. Journal of Online Interactive Learning, 6(3).  

 

Pennell, M.  (2008).  Wikitravel in the Classroom, Pedgagogy, 8(1).

 

The Peerology Handbook: Free download 

 

Reich, J., Murnane, R., & Willett, J. (2012). The state of wiki usage in U.S. K–12 schools: Leveraging web 2.0 data warehouses to assess quality and equity in online learning environments. Educational Researcher, 41(1), 7-15.

 

Sandifer, S.  (2009).  Wikified Schools.  Wakefield Press.

 

Sajjapanroj, S., Bonk, C. J., Lee, M. M., & Lin, M.G.  (2008). A window on Wikibookians: Surveying their statuses, successes, satisfactions, and sociocultural experiences.  Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 7(1).

 

Sanden, S., & Darragh, J. (2011). Wiki use in the 21st-century literacy classroom: A framework for evaluation. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 11(1).

 

Vetter, M. (2013).  Composing with Wikipedia: A classroom study of online writing.  Computers and Composition

 

West, J. A., & West, M. L. (2009).  Using wikis for online collaboration: The power of the read-write Web. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Wichmann, A., & Rummel, N.  (2013). Improving revision in wiki-based writing: Coordination pays off. Computers & Education, 62, 262-270. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2012.10.017

 

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