Workshop on interdisciplinary research on Wikipedia and Wiki communities

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Workshop on interdisciplinary research on Wikipedia and Wiki communities is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Ortega F., Reagle J., Reinoso A.J., Jesus R. and published in WikiSym 2008 - The 4th International Symposium on Wikis, Proceedings.

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A growing number of projects seek to build upon the collective intelligence of Internet users, looking for more dynamic, open and creative approaches to content creation and knowledge sharing. To this end, many projects have chosen the wiki, and it is therefore the subject of much research interest, particularly Wikipedia, from varied disciplines. The array of approaches to study wikis is a source of wealth, but also a possible source of confusion: What are appropriate methodologies for the analysis of wiki communities? Which are the most critical parameters (both quantitative and qualitative) for study in wiki evolution and outcomes? Is it possible to find effective interdisciplinary approaches to augment our overall understanding of these dynamic, creative environments? This workshop intends to provide an opportunity to explore these questions, by researchers and practitioners willing to participate in a "brainstorming research meeting".

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