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Proceedings Article: BibTeX citation key:  ebner.688
Ebner Martin, Zechner J├╝rgen & Holzinger Andreas (2006). ┬ź Why is Wikipedia so Successful? Experiences in Establishing the Principles in Higher Education ┬╗. In 6th International Conference on Knowlegde Management, p. 527–535.
Added by: Laure Endrizzi 2007-11-28 22:36:34    Last edited by: Laure Endrizzi 2008-01-24 18:31:54
Categories: 6. usages et pratiques p├ędagogiques
Keywords: encyclop├ędie, projet p├ędagogique, travail collaboratif, wiki
Creators: Ebner, Holzinger, Zechner
Collection: 6th International Conference on Knowlegde Management

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Abstract
Wikipedia is a well known and very successful online-encyclopaedia. It is free, available in different languages and everybody is permitted to contribute. This results in a worldwide collaboration aiming at one target: Anybody can provide information for everybody. However, one interesting question would be whether this successful principle can be transferred to learning communities in higher education and how it could be achieved.
This paper presents some experiences gained during the use of a Wiki-System during lectures on structural concrete at both the University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum and Graz University of Technology. Our approach included a technical and didactical concept as well as accepted investigation methods.
Presenting a full analysis of the implementation, this paper shows its general potential, the weakness of the principle and further future approaches.
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