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**Collaborative Document Development
 
**Collaborative Document Development
 
**Reference Wiki
 
**Reference Wiki
***Example: [http://wiki.lib.umn.edu/University of Minnesota Libraries Staff Homepage]
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***Example: [http://wiki.lib.umn.edu/ University of Minnesota Libraries Staff Homepage]
  
 
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**Example: [http://higheredblogcon.editme.com/ HigherEd BlogCon] planning wiki
 
**Example: [http://higheredblogcon.editme.com/ HigherEd BlogCon] planning wiki
  
*Group Projects
 
**Collaboratively editing a document.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:24, 12 January 2006

[edit] How Librarians Can Use Wikis for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration

  • Collective Knowledge Base
    • Stop reinventing the wheel!
    • Benefit from the experiences of others
    • Examples:
  • Planning Space for Conferences, Meetings, etc.


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