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Wikipedia

Where do you go after Wikipedia?

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Books

Everything is miscellaneous : the power of the new digital disorder by David Weinberger

Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other powerful web tools for classrooms by Will Richardson (LB1044.87 .R53 2006)


eBrary

Note: users will be asked login to eBrary if they are off campus and an eBrary plug-in must be installed

Infotopia how many minds produce knowledge by Cass Sunstein


EBSCO

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"Britannica Bristles" (in Communications of the ACM) [link through HawCC - HonCC - KapCC - UHMan - WinCC]
Annotation: Criticizes article in "Nature" which compared the accuracy of "Encyclopedia Britannica" to "Wikipedia".

"Wiki's Wild World" (in Nature) [link through HawCC - HonCC - KapCC - UHMan - WinCC]
Annotation: Recent indications show that some Wikipedia criticism is misplaced.

"Why You Can't Cite Wikipedia in My Class" (in Communications of the ACM) by Neil Waters [link through HawCC - HonCC - KapCC - UHMan - WinCC]
Annotation: Contends the absence of accountability is reason to ban students from using Wikipedia in research.

"Using Wikis for Learning and Knowledge Building: Results of an Experimental Study" (in Journal of Educational Technology & Society) by Joachim Kimmerie, et al. [link through HawCC - HonCC - KapCC - UHMan - WinCC]
Annotation: Discusses collaborative class wiki building and offers suggestions for successful use.


Other Articles

"Nature's rebuttal to Britannica" [link]


Websites

"A history department bans citing Wikipedia as a research source" by Noam Cohen

Heavy Metal Umlaut - The Movie
Annotation: A scholarly treatise on the progression of a wiki

 

 

 

 

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