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If You Haven't Had Enough of Wikis Yet: Further Reading
- Boeninger, Chad. A Wiki as a Research Guide Library Voice. July 13, 2005.
- Farkas, Meredith. Using Wikis to Create Online Communities. WebJunction. September 1, 2005.
- Lamb, Brian. Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not. Educause Review. Sept/Oct 2004.
- Mattison, David. Quickiwiki, Swiki, Twiki, Zwiki and the Plone Wars Wiki as a PIM and Collaborative Content Tool. Searcher. April, 2003.
- McKiernan, Gerry. WikimediaWorlds. Part I. Wikipedia Library Hi Tech News 22, no. 8 (September/October 2005): 46-54.
- McKiernan, Gerry. Wikis: Disruptive Technologies for Dynamic Possibilities PowerPoint presentation delivered at Digital Libraries à la Carte: Choices for the Future, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, August 23, 2005.
- Mayfield, Ross. Ward Cunningham on the Crucible of Creativity. Many2Many. October 17, 2005.
- Terdiman, Daniel. How wikis are changing our view of the world. CNET. November 15, 2005.
- Tonkin, Emma. Making the Case for a Wiki. Ariadne. January, 2005.
Instructional Stuff on Using Wikis
- PBWiki Central has lots of useful information on how to use PBWiki. Also check out Wiki Style and Advanced Wiki Style.
- The Davis Wiki uses PmWiki, so their Davis Wiki Guide should be helpful to others using PmWiki.
- Since the Wikipedia uses MediaWiki, it may be helpful to use the Wikipedia's Help pages, which offers lots of information on how to edit pages. Check out this page on How to Edit Pages in particular.
- On Wiki World: Photo by Ross Mayfield
- On What is a Wiki: Photo by Socialtext
- On Important Things to Consider When Choosing Wiki Software: Photo by Ross Mayfield
- On Getting People Onboard: Photo by Ross Mayfield
- Wiki Way arrow by Ross Mayfield