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Title Author(s) Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Wikipédia, objet scientifique non identifié Lionel Barbe
Louise Merzeau
Valérie Schafer
French 23 November 2015 Parmi les dix premiers sites visités au monde, Wikipédia est désormais d’un usage courant dans le milieu éducatif et scientifique. Mais quelles sont exactement les relations que les chercheurs ont nouées avec la plus célèbre encyclopédie participative et collaborative en ligne ? Tel est l’objet de ce livre collectif et interdisciplinaire, où alternent études de cas et réflexions transversales.

En observant la participation des chercheurs et experts à Wikipédia, l’ouvrage cherche notamment à identifier des enjeux en termes d’intermédiation des savoirs, de structuration et de reconnaissance d’un champ ou de diffusion de la culture scientifique. Il a aussi pour ambition de présenter les problématiques soulevées par les chercheurs qui se sont saisis de Wikipédia en tant qu’objet de recherche, pour étudier la transformation des formes de savoir, les processus d’élaboration des articles et la gouvernance de l’encyclopédie. Ce tour d’horizon revient pour finir sur les modes d’utilisation de Wikipédia par les chercheurs et les enseignants dans le cadre de leur activité scientifique ou pédagogique, pour en saisir aussi bien les modalités effectives que les représentations relevant du discours ou de l’imaginaire.

Les douze contributions qui composent cet ouvrage en attestent : Wikipédia est bien un objet scientifique émergent, et les auteurs ici réunis nous aident à mieux l’identifier.
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Wikipedia de la A a la W Tomás Saorín-Pérez Wikipedia
Wikimedia projects
Encyclopedia
Editorial UOC Spanish July 2012 Wikipedia es una realidad que funciona, aunque en teoría pueda parecer un sueño irrealizable. Un puñado de entusiastas ha redefinido desde la nada el concepto clásico de enciclopedia y ha construido la fuente de referencia más usada de la historia. ¿Tiene suficiente calidad? La respuesta es afirmativa, y para justificarlo hay que profundizar en los mecanismos de los que está dotada, que le permiten alcanzar el nivel de calidad que se desee, combinando el esfuerzo de miles de editores voluntarios autoorganizados. Wikipedia es al mismo tiempo contenido y personas. Es el momento de conocerla por dentro y de potenciar su apuesta por el conocimiento abierto desde las instituciones culturales, científicas y educativas. Participar en Wikipedia permite aprender de este increíble laboratorio global de construcción social de información organizada. 0 0
Encyclopédies. Construction et circulation du savoir de l’Antiquité à Wikipédia Martine Groult French June 2011 Les encyclopédies sont un des lieux de rencontre privilégiés de la philosophie et des disciplines. C'est ce lieu que cet ouvrage a pour objet d'étude. Ici, le terme « encyclopédies » renferme aussi bien les biographies, nomenclatures, répertoires, sommes, glossaires, lexiques, recueils, dictionnaires, codex, ou encore miroir du monde, etc. Dans ces aspects multiples l'enkuklios paideia est abordée dans l'Antiquité avec l'Histoire naturelle de Pline l'Ancien, oeuvre encyclopédique fondatrice jusqu'à Wikipédia, encyclopédie en ligne. 0 1
Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader Amila Akdag Salah
Nicholas Carr
Shun-ling Chen
Florian Cramer
Morgan Currie
Edgar Enyedy
Andrew Famiglietti
Heather Ford
Mayo Fuster Morell
Cheng Gao
R. Stuart Geiger
Mark Graham
Gautam John
Dror Kamir
Peter B. Kaufman
Scott Kildall
Lawrence Liang
Patrick Lichty
Geert Lovink
Hans Varghese Mathews
Johanna Niesyto
Matheiu O’Neil
Dan O’Sullivan
Joseph M. Reagle
Andrea Scharnhorst
Alan Shapiro
Christian Stegbauer
Nathaniel Stern
Krzystztof Suchecki
Nathaniel Tkacz
Maja van der Velden
Institute of Network Cultures English 2011 For millions of internet users around the globe, the search for new knowledge begins with Wikipedia. The encyclopedia’s rapid rise, novel organization, and freely offered content have been marveled at and denounced by a host of commentators. Critical Point of View moves beyond unflagging praise, well-worn facts, and questions about its reliability and accuracy, to unveil the complex, messy, and controversial realities of a distributed knowledge platform. 0 4
El potlatch digital. Wikipedia y el triunfo del procomún y el conocimiento compartido Felipe Ortega
Joaquín Rodríguez López
Spanish 2011 En el año 1968, Garret Hardin publicó en la revis­ta «Science» un artículo determinante, «The Trage­dy of the Commons», en el que reflexionaba sobre la dificultad de la gestión de los bienes y los recursos comunes y sobre el peligro al que estaba expuesta su subsistencia. La Premio Nobel de Economía Elinor Ostrom pasaría la mayor parte de su vida profesional investigando, precisamente, sobre los mecanismos de la acción colectiva y la gestión solidaria del proco­mún, intentando inferir de las buenas prácticas al­gunas características estructurales comunes. Con la in­vención de Internet y la digitalización del conoci­miento, resurge con vigor en versión digital el pro­blema analógico precedente: ¿cómo pueden surgir y autogestionarse comunidades online cuyo propósito es la generación de conocimiento compartido? Es decir, ¿cómo puede y debe gestionarse el procomún digital, el «digital commons»? Wikipedia ofrece un ejem­plo prototípico y floreciente de la construcción de una comunidad que consensúa sus políticas, esta­blece sus mecanismos internos de reconocimiento y orga­niza sus dispositivos de control y vigilancia, todo sin que circule efectivo de ninguna clase. El caso del «potlatch» canadiense nos sirve para comprender cómo en determinados contextos y circunstancias es nece­sario desprenderse del capital que se posee para que la comunidad lo devuelva y lo reintegre en forma de reconocimiento y renombre; cómo en determinados contextos culturales, la especie de capital que circula no es monetaria, sino simbólica, en forma de repu­tación y popularidad, y la lógica de su acumulación exige ser desinteresado para generar otra forma de interés. Así funcionan algunos de los casos más co­nocidos de Internet y así se ha convertido la Wikipe­dia en un caso del triunfo de la gestión del procomún y el conocimiento compartido. 0 0
Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia Joseph M. Reagle MIT Press English 2011 Wikipedia's style of collaborative production has been lauded, lambasted, and satirized. Despite unease over its implications for the character (and quality) of knowledge, Wikipedia has brought us closer than ever to a realization of the centuries-old pursuit of a universal encyclopedia. Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia is a rich ethnographic portrayal of Wikipedia's historical roots, collaborative culture, and much debated legacy. 0 6
The Iraq War: A Historiography of Wikipedia Changelogs James Bridle
Wikipedia editors
English 2010 It is a twelve-volume set of all changes to the Wikipedia article on the Iraq War. The twelve volumes cover a five year period from December 2004 to November 2009, a total of 12,000 changes and almost 7,000 pages. 0 0
Wikis for Libraries Lauren Pressley English 2010 Wikis have emerged as powerful platforms for facilitating and improving communication and collaboration between library staff, users, and professional peers. Wikis for Libraries gives you the practical tools and easy-to-follow guidance you need to establish an effective wiki in your own library.

Author Lauren Pressley walks you through each step, from the first stages of planning to post-evaluation measures. You’ll learn how to choose between different types of wikis and software and plan for, create and implement your wiki on the web. Pressley shares advice for marketing and promoting your wiki, as well as tips for measuring success and best practices to follow throughout the start-to-finish process.

Whether you are a wiki novice or a seasoned pro, this book in The Tech Set® series will enable you to build wikis to support special events, serve as a library instruction tool, create valuable online resources - to name just a few applications of this popular collaboration tool.
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Lazy Virtues: Teaching Writing in the Age of Wikipedia Robert E. Cummings Vanderbilt University Press English 2009 Winner of the MLA's Mina P. Shaugnessy Prize for an outstanding work in the fields of language, culture, literacy, or literature with strong application to the teaching of English.


Focusing largely on the controversial website Wikipedia, the author explores the challenges confronting teachers of college writing in the increasingly electronic and networked writing environments their students use every day. Rather than praising or condemning that site for its role as an encyclopedia, Cummings instead sees it as a site for online collaboration between writers and a way to garner audience for student writing.

Applying an understanding of Commons-Based Peer Production theory, as developed by Yochai Benkler, this text is arranged around the following propositions:

-- Commons-Based Peer Production is a novel economic phenomenon which informs our current teaching model and describes a method for making sense of future electronic developments.

-- College writers are motivated to do their best work when they write for an authentic audience, external to the class.

-- Writing for a networked knowledge community invites students to participate in making knowledge, rather than only consuming it.

-- A plan for integrating networked writing for an external audience helps students understand the transition from high school to college writing.

-- Allowing students to review and self-select points of entry into electronic discourse fosters "laziness," or a new work dynamic where writers seek to better understand their own creativity in terms of a project's demands.

"Lazy Virtues" offers networked writing assignments to foster development of student writers by exposing them to the demands of professional audiences, asking them to identify and assess their own creative impulses in terms of a project's needs, and removing the writing teacher from the role of sole audience.
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The Wikipedia Revolution: How A Bunch of Nobodies Created The World's Greatest Encyclopedia Andrew Lih English 2009 0 6
The World and Wikipedia: how we are editing reality Andrew Dalby Siduri Books English 2009 0 3
Wikipedia: A New Community of Practice? Dan O'Sullivan Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. English 2009 0 1
Wikipédia : découvrir, utiliser, contribuer Florence Devouard
Guillaume Paumier
French January 2009 0 1
How Wikipedia Works: And How You Can Be a Part of It Phoebe Ayers
Charles Matthews
Ben Yates
English 2008 0 2
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything Don Tapscott English 2008 0 8
Wikipedia – The Missing Manual John Broughton English 2008 0 2
The Cult of the Amateur Andrew Keen English 2007 0 0
Wikipatterns Stewart Mader English 2007 0 0
Wikipédia – Guia Prático de Consulta e Edição Eduardo Pinheiro Portuguese 2007 0 0
Wiki: Web collaboration Anja Ebersbach
Markus Glaser
Richard Heigl
Gunter Dueck
English 2006 0 3
Wikis: tools for information work and collaboration Jane E. Klobas
Angela Beesley
English 2006 0 1
Die heimliche Medienrevolution - Wie Weblogs, Wikis und freie Software die Welt verändern Erik Möller German 2005 0 0
The Wiki Way: Quick Collaboration on the Web Bo Leuf
Ward Cunningham
English 2001 0 30
The Cathedral and the Bazaar Eric S. Raymond O'Reilly Media 1999 0 9

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