|Author(s)||Eric Brunsell, Martin Horejsi|
|Published in||Science Teacher|
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The article focuses on the benefits of wikis to science students. The introduction of the crowd-source encyclopedia called Wikipedia in 2001 is credited for the increased wiki visibility. The value of wikis in education is attributed to their ease of use, accessibility and opportunity for students to collaborate on projects in and outside of class. Among the wiki projects ideal for students are creating online posters and virtual museum exhibits.
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