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The Wild, Wild Wiki / Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom
The Wild, Wild Wiki
Table of Contents
“WhatWas a Wiki, and Why Do I Care? A Short and Usable History of Wikis”/ Robert E. Cummings, Columbus State University / 18 pages
Wikis and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chapter 1: “Wikis in the Classroom: A Taxonomy” / Mark Phillipson, Columbia University / 42 pages
Chapter 2: “Wiki Justice, Social Ergonomics, and Ethical Collaborations” / Jonah Bossewitch, Columbia University ; John Frankfurt, Columbia University ; Alexander Sherman, Civic Consulting Alliance ; Robin D.G. Kelley, Columbia University / 38 pages
Chapter 4: “Building Learning Communities with Wikis” / Dan Gilbert, Stanford University ; Helen L. Chen, Stanford University ; Jeremy Sabol, Stanford University / 28 pages
Chapter 5: “Content and Commentary: Parallel Structures of Organization and Interaction on Wikis” / Will Lakeman, Independent Scholar / 21 pages
Wikis in Composition and Communication
Chapter 3: “Disrupting Intellectual Property: Collaboration and Resistance in Wikis” / Stephanie Vie, Fort Lewis College ; Jennifer deWinter, University of Arizona / 19 pages
Chapter 9: “Wiki Lore and Politics in the Classroom” / Cathlena Martin, University of Florida Lisa Dusenberry, University of Florida / 16 pages
Chapter 10: “An (Old) First-Timer's Learning Curve: Curiosity, Trial, Resistance, and Accommodation” / Bob Whipple, Creighton University / 15 pages
Chapter 12: “Above and Below the Double Line: Refactoring and that Old-Time Revision” / Michael C Morgan, Bemidji State University / 17 pages
Chapter 13: “Success Through Simplicity: On Developmental Writing and Community of Inquiry.” / John W. Maxwell, Simon Fraser University ; Michael Felczak, Simon Fraser University / 20 pages
Chapter 14: “Wiki as Textshop: Constructing Knowledge in the Electronic Classroom” / Thomas J. Nelson, University of Texas, Austin / 10 pages
Wikis and the Higher Education Classroom
Chapter 6: “Is there a Wiki in this Class? Wikibooks and the Future of Higher Education” / Matt Barton, St. Cloud State University / 23 pages
Chapter 7: “Agency and Accountability: The Paradoxes of Wiki Discourse” / Daniel Caeton, University of California, Davis / 17 pages
Chapter 8: “One Wiki, Two Classrooms” / David Elfving, University of Illinois, Chicago ; Ericka Menchen-Trevino, Northwestern University / 10 pages
Chapter 15: “Glossa Technologia: Anatomy of a Wiki-Based Annotated Bibliography” / Ben McCorkle, Ohio State University, Marion / 9 pages
THE PRINTED BOOK
Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom / Robert Cummings and Matt Barton, Editors /
An indispensable and engaging guide to using wikis in the classroom
About the Book
"Wiki Writing will quickly become the standard resource for using wikis in the classroom." / Jim Kalmbach, Illinois State University
When most people think of wikis, the first---and often the only---thing that comes to mind is Wikipedia. Robert E. Cummings and Matt Barton, the editors of Wiki Writing: Collaborative Learning in the College Classroom, have assembled a collection of essays which challenges this common misconception, providing an engaging and helpful array of perspectives on the many pressing theoretical and practical issues that wikis raise. Written in an accessible manner that will appeal to specialists and novices alike, Wiki Writing draws on a wealth of practical experiences to offer a series of detailed suggestions about how educators can realize the potential of these new writing environments.
Robert E. Cummings is Assistant Professor of English and Director of First-year Composition at Columbus State University. He also serves as the Writing Specialist for CSU's Quality Enhancement Plan, assisting teachers across campus in their efforts to maximize student writing in their curriculum.
Matt Barton is Assistant Professor at St. Cloud State University, Department of English. He is an Assistant Editor of Kairos [http://english.ttu.edu/Kairos/] and an Associate Editor of Kairosnews [http://kairosnews.org/].
/ 6 x 9 / 312 pgs. / 30 figures / 6 tables / ISBN 978-0-472-11671-3 / $24.95 / Forthcoming /