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By Meredith Farkas | November 15, 2006
I’m out here in Lansing Michigan at The Library Rebooted conference, offered by the Michigan Library Consortium. I just talked about wikis and Jessamyn West is now talking about blogs. You can find my presentation here on my Website (PPT).
For those of you who were here at the conference, here are some more wiki-related resources you may be interested in:
Boeninger, Chad. “A Wiki as a Research Guide.” Library Voice. July 13, 2005.
Farkas, Meredith. “So You Want to Build A Wiki?” WebJunction. September 1, 2005.
Farkas, Meredith. “Using Wikis to Create Online Communities.” WebJunction. September 1, 2005.
Farkas, Meredith. “Wiki White Paper” TechEssence. April 8, 2006.
Farkas, Meredith. Wiki World. Slides (on a wiki!) from a Webcast on wikis given for OPAL in January 2006.
Lamb, Brian. “Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not.” Educause Review. Sept/Oct 2004.
Mattison, David. “Quickiwiki, Swiki, Twiki, Zwiki and the Plone Wars Wiki as a PIM and Collaborative Content Tool.” Searcher. April, 2003.
Terdiman, Daniel. “How wikis are changing our view of the world.” CNET. November 15, 2005.
Tonkin, Emma. “Making the Case for a Wiki.” Ariadne. January, 2005.
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