Between the Chapters: Wikis
This episode is targeted at Chapter 5: Wikis, but really we talk even more about how we create collaborative learning experiences, empower learners to contribute to their own courses, and how knowledge can be co-created in our educational spaces. Here are a few things we mentioned in the episode – enjoy:
- Recognizing and supporting roles in CSCW (Guzdial, Rick, & Kerimbaev, 2000)
- Ward Cunningham developed the first wiki WikiWikiWeb: https://wiki.c2.com/
- Piazza – platform for open Q&A with a wiki-style format
- Situating CoWeb: A scholarship of application
- FERPA … changed the use of wikis in learning
- Protecting Student Privacy (in the US)
- No More Swikis: End of the Constructionist Web at Georgia Tech
- Smallish Portable Lexical Outrageous Techniques (SPLOT)
- SPLOT Tools
- Constructionism (learning theory) by Seymour Papert
- Beyond Adoption to Invention: Teacher-Created Collaborative Activities in Higher Education (Guzdial, Rick & Kehoe, 2009)
- MOOSE Crossing via Amy Bruckmann
- Why do people write for Wikipedia? Incentives to contribute to open–content publishing [PDF] (Forte & Bruckmann, 2005)
- Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education by Justin Reich
- How do you create a culture of collaborative learning that is valued by your students?
- How can we better meet teaching and student needs with the ed tech tools, platforms, and spaces? (Imagine!)
- Martin: How is the Open U using some of these technologies, and what can other institutions learn from your institution’s experiments and innovations?
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