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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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In asynchronous CMC condition, users can easily access wikis web pages and use the basic and simple text editing function (Lafford and Lafford, 2005).
Numerous researchers consider wikis to be the most effective collaboration tool of all the Web 2.0 technologies (Glassman & Kang, 2011; Rossiou, Gerakos, & Papadopoulou, 2016).
Wikis and discussion forums have been used for collaborative learning in an inquiry-based teaching approach in science (Slotta & Linn, 2000; van der Spa, 2004; Turcotte, 2012).
Wikis are collaborative platforms that simply allow the development and transfer of knowledge.
The Wiki Way of Learning: Creating Learning Experiences Using Collaborative Web Pages.
A Content Analysis of Wikis in Selected Journals from 2007 to 2012, Procedia--Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol.
As such, professors who are familiar with emergent technologies (e.g., wikis) have come to understand that they "offer powerful opportunities to online collaboration" (Godwin-Jones, 2003, p.
This study, on the use of Wikis to support student nurses in learning health terminology found no significant difference between the intervention and control groups.
Lecturer Laurie Putnam sought help researching and writing for the LIS Publications Wiki, an interactive tool that details information about publications LIS students and professionals can consider writing for.
Where do Wikis--the official ones, like Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikimedia Commons, and all their Wiki brothers and sisters--come from?
One of several free assets offered to Anaren customers under its AIR Support for ZigBee solution, Anaren's new wiki is both rich with information and ever expanding, since it allows user contributions typical of such wikis.