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Wiki

An online project allowing any participant to comment, add, delete or change the product. A wiki is generally an online dictionary or encyclopedia. Wiki software has been developed to ease the editing process. It is an example of Web 2.0. The first wiki came online in 1994.
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Furthermore, group processes and personality dynamics may have impacted on Wiki groups; but this was not studied.
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If you have CAC or DTIC registration, you already have access to the wiki.
RQ2: What are the constraints perceived by students when using a wiki for their group project work?
Alison used her wiki knowledge to query BookRiot, a site whose profile she'd just developed, and is now a contributing writer for the site.
Through participation in a wiki, individuals may be able to build and develop your online reputation or move up the social hierarchy generated within the Internet.
At its most basic level, a wiki, like Wikipedia, allows multiple users with many different facets of expertise to add to, edit, or otherwise modify and update the content contained on the wiki site.
MathMarketing was formed with one clear goal: to make B2B marketing a respected management science, globally, by 2020,” he says, "what we currently know is just the tip of the knowledge iceberg so Funnel Wiki is our next assault, and it's one we need your help with.
However, Designing Buildings Wiki reports that in the first half of 2012, both public and private sector output fell, resulting in total output dropping to a level 9% lower than it was in 2002.
If companies want their wiki to work, it cannot be held to rigid corporate constraints on knowledge sharing and management.
As the very able author, Lauren Pressley, states in her foreword, "Wikis for Libraries is a comprehensive guide to harnessing the power of the wiki as a collaboration tool, content management solution, and reference resource" (p.
This teaching note will detail a pilot study in which BSW students practiced scholarly writing skills in a research methodology course using a wiki.