At the Engage Your Community mini-conference on Tuesday 22 April, Kirikiriroa Hamilton, I ran a workshop on using wikispaces to support a project. This was based on my experience using wikispaces to support the CIMS Project governance group and team.
The main learning goals for participants were:
- finding out how a wiki works, ie anyone can edit, track changes and/ or discuss pages
- matching a wiki to your organisation or project.
Here’s the presentation I made, publicly available on slideshare.
Phil Gyford’s photostream
Nonprofit Second Life
Online Participation Community of Practice, State Services Commission
“How I fell in love with wikipedia” by Nicholson Baker, Guardian, 10 April 2008
JustWiki, The Social Justice Commission of the Anglican Church
Transition Towns New Zealand Aotearoa
Marvel Database wiki
Police Act Review wiki
Wiki Matrix, compare them all
“Exploring the World of Wikis: Collaborative Web sites organize information, encourage participation”, Tech Soup article by Brian Satterfield, June 2006
Nancy White’s Wiki basics
My wiki references on del.icio.us (social bookmarking website)