Posted by Denise O'Shea on March 5, 2008
penultimate paragraph: “Ultimately, the academy has to stop fighting Wikipedia and work to make it better. Academic administrators need to find ways to recognize Wikipedia writing as part of legitimate scholarship for tenure, promotion, and research points. When professors are writing the articles or guiding their students in article production and revision, we may become much less paranoid about this wildly popular resource. Rather than castigating it, we can use it as a tool to improve information literacy.”
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Posted by Denise O'Shea on April 30, 2007
The complete conference write-up will be posted on the wiki. I’ll include a link once it is complete.
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Posted by Denise O'Shea on April 23, 2007
Tomorrow afternoon I am scheduled to give a brief talk on the FDU Librarywiki, here is a preview of my notes:
A wiki is a shared editing environment. It grows and improves by people editing existing pages and adding new pages.
Some examples of successful library wikis:
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