Collaborative Learning Systems: The Wonderful World of Wikis


Collaborative Learning Systems: The Wonderful World of Wikis

Coggno Inc. | Jan, 2 2009

Wikis are an increasingly useful tool at the center of the collaborative learning trend. The Wikimedia Foundation offers a glimpse into what future learning could look like. Wikimedia is really a collection of learning systems, including Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wiki Books, Wikiquote, Wikinews, Wikisource, Wikispecies, and more. It is a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding the growth, development, and distribution of free and multilingual learning content.

Wikiversity is a project whose goal is the creation of free, collaborative learning systems. It promises to learn resources, projects and research for all levels, types, and styles of education from pre-school to university, including professional training and informal learning. Its goal is to create open learning systems and collaborative learning communities, constructing learning resources “from the ground up” while also linking to existing internet resources.

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