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Book Chapter: ID no. (ISBN etc.):  978-1-59593-861-9 BibTeX citation key:  bruns.637
Bruns Axel & Humphreys Sal (2007). ┬ź Building collaborative capacities in learners : The M/cyclopedia project revisited ┬╗. In WikiSym '07: Proceedings of the 2007 international symposium on Wikis. New York : ACM Press, p. 1–10.
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Categories: 6. usages et pratiques p├ędagogiques
Keywords: enseignement / apprentissage, projet p├ędagogique, wiki
Creators: Bruns, Humphreys
Publisher: ACM Press (New York)
Collection: WikiSym '07: Proceedings of the 2007 international symposium on Wikis

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Abstract
In this paper we trace the evolution of a project using a wiki-based learning environment in a tertiary education setting. The project has the pedagogical goal of building learners' capacities to work effectively in the networked, collaborative, creative environments of the knowledge economy. The paper explores the four key characteristics of a 'produsage' environment and identifies four strategic capacities that need to be developed in learners to be effective 'produsers' (user-producers). A case study is presented of our experiences with the subject New Media Technologies, run at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. This progress report updates our observations made at the 2005 WikiSym conference.
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Further information may be found at:
http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1296951.1296952

 
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