We have embedded references in each section and then have this list of links/references of others that looked useful - after all the power of wikis is it never ends and more work to do!
(Most of them were found when using google to search on “Wiki for collobarative assignments)
Wiki Pedagogy by Renée Fountain Very thorough paper who gives an overview of wikis, their use in teaching, and how to get started.
Emergent Pedagogy: Learning to Enjoy the Uncontrollable and Make it Productive. A Conversation in (and on) Process Among Doug Blank (Computer Science), Kim Cassidy (Pyschology), Anne Dalke (English, Feminist and Gender Studies), Paul Grobstein (Biology, Center for Science in Society) (Bryn Mawr College) and K-12 Teachers in the Philadelphia Public School System On-line
Learning with and from Wikis. On-line
Lee, K. (accessed Jan 13, 2005). Terse Tips for Instructional Use of Wikis. On-line
Long list of links of different kinds, related to learning and internet. On-line
Matt barton (accessed, Jan 13 2005). Embrace the Wiki Way!. On-line
We Learning: Social Software and E-Learning, Part II By Eva Kaplan-Leiserson. On-line
Theories of learning. Constructivism, enaction. On-line
Learning with and from Wikis blog
Blacker, D. (1993). Allowing Educational Technologies to Reveal: A Deweyan Perspective On-line
Brereton, M., Donovan, J. and Viller, S. (2003). Talking about watching: Using the Video Card Game and wiki-web technology to engage IT students in developing observational skills. In Proc. Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE2003), Adelaide, Australia. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology, 20. Greening, T. and Lister, R., Eds., ACS. 197-205. pdf
Brereton, M., Bidwell, N.J., Donovan, J., Campbell, B. and Buur, J. (2003). Work at Hand: An Exploration of Gesture in the Context of Work and Everyday Life to Inform the Design of Gestural Input Devices. In Proc. Fourth Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC2003), Adelaide, Australia. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology, 18. Biddle, R. and Thomas, B., Eds., ACS. 1-10. pdf
Conway, J. (1997). Educational Technology's Effect on Models of Instruction. On-line with a section on: Cooperative/Collaborative Learning
Debbie H., David A., Pheiffer, G. (2004). Exploring The Usefulness Of New Technology With New Students: a case study. Investigations in university teaching and learning, 2 (1), 38 – 43. pdf
Dirckinck-Holmfeld, L., Sorensen, E.K. (xxxx). Distributed Computer Supported Collaborative Learning through Shared Practice and Social Participation. pdf
Godwin-Jones, B. (2003). Emerging Technologies, logs and Wikis: Environments for On-line Collaboration. Language Learning & Technology, 7 (2), 12-16. On-line
Grierson, H., Nicol, D., Littlejohn, A. and Wodehouse, A. (2004). Structuring and Sharing Information Resources to Support Concept Development and Design Learning. University of Strathclyde. Networked Learning Conference 2004. On-line, pdf
Guzdial, M. (2000). A Catalog of CoWeb Uses. GVU Technical Report;GIT-GVU-00-19. Georgia Institute of Technology On-line
Guzdial, M., Ludovice, P., Realff, M., Morley, T., and Carroll, K. (2002). “When Collaboration Doesn”t Work.” Proceedings of the International Conference of the Learning Sciences. (p. 125-130). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pdf
Guzdial, M., Rick J., and Kehoe C. (2001). Beyond Adoption to Invention: Teacher-Created Collaborative Activities in Higher Education pdf
Leuf, B and Cunningham, W (2001) The Wiki Way - Quick Collaboration on the Web , Addison Wesley, (ISBN 020171499 “A fascinating and enthusiastic book about “Wiki” - a simple (and free!) way of allowing people to collaborate on work, gather notes and share information on the World Wide Web, using just a regular browser and with no complicated technical knowledge required. This book has been available for at least a year, and can be found in bookshops and libraries, but for some strange reason is not carried by Amazon.co.uk.”
Oliver, R. (2001). Learning objects: supporting flexible delivery of flexible learning. In (G. Kennedy, M. Keppell, C. McNaught & T. Petrovic (Eds.) Meeting at the crossroads: Proceedings of ASCILITE 2001, (pp 453-460). Melbourne: The University of Melbourne. pdf
Oliver, R. (2002). A teaching and learning perspective on learning objects. Edith Cowan University. pdf
Rossman, P. (2002). The future of higher (lifelong) education: A Vision for a Century Ahead, Planning For All Worldwide, a Holistic View
Scardamalia, M., & Bereiter, C. (1994). Computer support for knowledge-building communities. The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 3(3), 265-283. On-line. Paper on rethinking education based on the Wiki model. It's worth wading through the dense academic prose of this document to get to its rather revolutionary concepts. In particular, it discusses how the conventional approach to schooling actually inhibits knowledge building, and how new approaches coupled with new tools (like Wiki) might create a more engaging and effective learning environment.
Scharff, E. (2002). Applying Open Source Principles to Collaborative Learning Environments”. In Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2002), pages 499-500, January 7-11, 2002. pdf, On-line
Schneider, D.K., Synteta, P., Chakroun, M., Frété, C., Girardin, F., & Morand, S. (2003). Working paper on the Conception and implementation of rich pedagogical scenarios through collaborative portal sites TECFA, Faculté de Psychologie et des sciences de l'éducation, Université de Genève. pdf.
Synteta, P. (2002). Project-Based e-Learning in higher education: the model and the method, the practice and the portal. PhD proposal, October 2002 On-line
Yang, Fan (2004). Learning by inter-reflection: The design of a conversational learning environment. 9-Month Progress Report. Supervisor: Prof. Mike Sharples. pdf
Learning Circuits. A description of tools like Blogs, RSS and Wiki with links to educational use.