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2009 5th International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, CollaborateCom 2009 + , A Wiki collaborative application for teaching in manufacturing engineering + , Adding semantic extension to wikis for enhancing cultural heritage applications + , Collaborative educational geoanalytics applied to large statistics temporal data + , Collaborative hypervideo editing using MediaWiki + , Communication process and collaborative work in web 2.0 environment + , Contributions of the Web 2.0 to collaborative work around Learning Objects + , DRE-specific wikis for distributed requirements engineering: A review + , Embedding MindMap as a service for user-driven composition of web applications + , Enhancing learning systems by using virtual interactive classrooms and web-based collaborative work + , Extending the possibilities for collaborative work with TEI/XML through the usage of a wiki system + , From tailored databases to wikis: Using emerging technologies to work together more efficiently + , Integrating Twitter into wiki to support informal awareness + , Integrating teams in multidisciplinary project based learning in mechanical engineering + , Keeping the ball rolling: Teaching strategies using Wikipedia: An argument in favor of its use in computer science courses + , Learning through massively co-authored biographies: Making sense of steve jobs on wikipedia through delegated voice + , Managing conflicts between users in Wikipedia + , Methodologies for using social media collaborative work systems + , Negotiating with angry mastodons: The Wikipedia policy environment as genre ecology + , The benefits of Geo-Tagging and microblogging in m-Learning: A use case + Has extra keyword
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