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In a recent posting to ILI-L by Kim Duckett, Librarian for Digital Technologies and Learning, at NC State University Library, I was reminded about the Wikipedia: School and University Projects article in Wikipedia.
The article provides a listing with links of past, present, and planned projects using Wikipedia as the basis/foundation of numerous (writing) assignments.
I have linked to these respective listings and provide details on various **Suggested Exercises** at
[ http://scholarship20.blogspot.com/2008/03/wikipedia-writing.html ]
The Graphic This Time Is A Classic Internet Cartoon ... [Arf ...]
As Previously Noted, I Would Be Most Grateful To Learn Of ANY/ALL Other ***Uses of Wikis for Innovative Composition/ Writing*** As Described in The Associated PPT Noted in My Earlier Blog Posting
[ http://scholarship20.blogspot.com/2008/03/using-wikipedia-to-reenvision-term.html ]
>>I am Particularly Interested In Innovative **SCHOLARLY** Composition/Writing in The Sci/Tech Fields<<
Thanks for Your Assistance!
Science and Technology Librarian
Iowa State University Library
Ames IA 50011
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