A basic introduction to wiki-systems and wiki-networking
Notes on the video Published on YouTube May 29, 2007
A short explanation of wikis and how they can be used to coordinate a group, using a camping trip as an example.
This video introduces a wiki website as a resource for helping a group of campers organize and coordinate information for a camping trip. It includes:
- Why email is a poor choice for coordinating a group's input
- The basics of using a wiki
- How the group edits the wiki to add, remove and edit their camping supplies list.
- Adding a new wiki page to account for diverse needs
Today Wiki systems are a very common and improve the productivity and quality of any process but maybe present themselves in disguise examples in regular use may include: Facebook, ATM bank cards, booking a hotel room online etc
Downside of wiki-systems is to follow.
Notes on the graphic display below.
It is possible for the `admin` in the `wiki collaboration` design to be simply a `member` or admin/member functions are fluid or shared.
The value of networks, source Arts Council Wales. The structure of `wiki-system` mirrors the target outcome?