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Developing Wiki skills

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Developing Wiki skills,
Netizenship ?
It means...
Why wikis?
How did we
get
there?
When you hear wiki,
you think…
Over 18 000 000 articles
in 270 languages
100 000 active participants

By
Theo Bondolfi
Co-authors
Florence Devouard, Miguel Alarcón, Raphaël Rousseau
Supported by EACEA - KA3 ICT LLP programmes

( responsible ? )
behaviors
in digital
environments

Empowering eCulture
Using wikis help you to:
Become
open and responsive to new and diverse perspectives
View

failure as an opportunity to learn
Critical thinking
: examine, analyse and evaluate ideas, arguments, and beliefs. Compare alternative points of view
Self-manag
e
and reflect critically on learning processes, objects and purposes
Express

with clarity and awareness of audience and purpose
Interact

effectively with others
Work

effectively in diverse teams, respecting social and cultural differences
Guide

and

lead

others (teachers roles)
Access

and

evaluate

information critically and effectively
Using wikis empowers:
Creativity and innovation
Critical thinking, problem solving, decision making
Learning to learn
Communication
Collaboration
Information literacy
ICT literacy
Citizenship, local and global
Life and career
Personal and social responsibility
WikiSkills project aims at analyzing and applying benefits
from adopting a wiki-culture to promote
lifelong learning opportunities.
19 training workshops
6 countries
255 pilot participants
Different educational sectors, cultures and ages
Learning how to use wikis
for their socio-professional development
Feedbacks from participants
Wiki is a more democratic way
of working with students
(A teacher)
I’ve never worked like this before.
Teachers and students work
together towards common goals
(A teacher)
We better understand others.
We see how they work.
(A student)
Change, innovation, creation.
This is WikiSkills in three words.
(A student)
In the beginning was the MS Word
x
Over 18 000 000 articles
in 270 languages
100 000 active participants
BUT...
Wikis are way more than just Wikipedia
The real wiki sphere

Wikis,
what for ?
1. Co-authoring
Technical documentation
Q&A
Grant requests

2. Meetings
Defining agenda
Recording participant names
Writing reports
3. Brainstorming & community of practice
Gathering and publishing of good practices
Discussions
4. Project management
Listing tasks
Completion status
1 4: encyclopedias
Wikis : designed for netizenship
Web-based
platform
Collection of pages with
hyperlinks
Editable
pages
History
of page preserved
Recent changes
log
Step one to adopt the wiki skills:
Learn how to trust your neighbors, colleagues and partners
Training
with
Wikis
Main outcomes
What's next?
Check out videos, guidebooks,
the first book on Netizenship and more at...
The WikiSkills Pedagogical Framework
Guidelines for Teachers and Trainers
A Handbook for WikiSkills Trainers
A Community of Teachers and Trainers
A Network of Wiki-experts
A set of 10 Wiki Key Competences
From WikiSkills applied to education
to
WikiSkills applied to economy
www.wikiskills.net
A large scale deployment starting end 2013
a gateway to Netizenship
about 50% contributors in... Europe (cradle of democracy)
Then came
Socrates
,
Platon
& other enlightened
citizens
, exploring communication paths that later would be applied to information society.
To avoid misunderstanding in this complex communication environment, they started
sharing openly, confronting vision and finding common standards.
With this art of debating, they discovered and formalized
hermeneutic, agoras, elections, sophism, fallacies, FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, Doubts) and possible ancient "trolls"
, thus creating the first ...
DEMOCRACY & CITIZENSHIP
Then came the
hardware pioneers
, & other enlightened
engineers
, aiming at common good in the emerging information society..
To avoid misunderstanding in this complex communication environment, they started
sharing openly, confronting vision and finding common standards.
With this art of debating, they discovered and formalized
hard disks, keyboard, processors, etc.
, thus creating the first ...
COMPATIBLE COMPUTERS
Then came the
network pioneers
& other enlightened
architects
, aiming at common good in the emerging information society..
To avoid misunderstanding in this complex communication environment, they started
sharing openly, confronting vision and finding common standards.
With this art of debating, they discovered and formalized
Transfer Protocols & Identification Protocols (TCP/IP)
between computers, thus creating the first ...
INTERNET & NET NEUTRALITY
Then came the
software pioneers
, & many other enlightened
nerds and hackers
, aiming at common good in the emerging information society.
To avoid misunderstanding in this complex communication environment, they started
sharing openly, confronting vision and finding common standards.
With this art of debating, they discovered and formalized
Hypertext Protocols & markup languages
, as well as
collaboration
on the Internet, thus creating the first ...
WORLD WIDE WEB & GENERAL PUBLIC LICENCES
Then came the
netizen pioneers
, & many other enlightened
creative acktivists
, aiming at common good in the emerging information society.
To avoid misunderstanding in this complex communication environment, they started
sharing openly, confronting vision and finding common standards.
With this art of debating, they discovered and formalized
edit button culture, prevention of conflicts, moderation and sandboxes within
collaborative culture
, thus creating the first ...
WIKIS, FREE CULTURE & NETIZENSHIP
Thank you for your attention !
1
Wikimedia foundation
manages : 
Wikipedia,
Wikiquotes,
Wikinews
Wikicommons,
Wikiversity...

2

Ekopedia,
Vikidia,
Jurispedia,
Solecopedia...
Minecraft Wiki

3

Public :
OpenSourceEcology, netizen3, Wikiskills,…


Private :
WikiSpaces, PBworks…

4

GoogleDocs for cloud-based office suite ;
Online PADs (openetherpad, framapad...)
diigo/del.icio.us for (social) bookmarking
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