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Using Wikis for Group Collaboration
Transcript of Using Wikis for Group Collaboration
Opportunity for Collaboration
Student-centered Active Learning
Author Tracking One Application of a Wiki
for Group Collaboration Context:
Graduate Class - Using Technology for Instruction
Average Enrollment @15
100% Online Unequal work distribution
Additional guidance difficult
Poor perception of interdependence
Time intensity Benefits of Group Work Contributes to student learning, retention and overall college success (National Survey of Student Engagement, 2006; Tinto, 1998) Challenges Providing opportunities for students to interact and collaborate
Providing up-to-date resources Inspiration The Assignment Collaboratively develop wiki pages that describe ed tech tools and their uses Assessment Formative
Instructor Monitoring - Wikispaces emails @ each update Summative
Class ratings &
Self report - What each group member contributed Added wiki assignments in subsequent semesters:
Ed Integrity & Equity
Revisited Tips & Tricks Levels:
Citations Rubric Include a "Pre-course" Activity Provide User Guides & Tutorials Do Not Have Students "Sign" Work Create Impetus for Collaboration References Group Work Challenges Use Private or Protected Wikis Wiki Use Considerations Relinquishing Control
Learner Self Regulation
Technical Learning Curve
Group Size Limits
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) For Kuh, G. D., Kinzie, J., Buckley, J.A., Bridges, B. K., & Hayek, J. C. (2006, June). What matters to student success: A review of the literature. National Postsecondary Education Cooperative (NPEC) Commissioned Paper.
Tinto, V. (1998). Colleges as communities: Taking research on student persistence
seriously. Review of higher education, 21(2), 167-77.
James, H. (2004). My brilliant failure: wikis in classrooms. Kairosnews, Retrieved from http://kairosnews.org/node/3794.
Rice, A. (2011.) Georgia Tech wipes class qikis from Web. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 17 Nov 2011.