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BibWiki

Knowledge building through the collaborative production of annotated bibliographies

Wiki

Bibliography

Organizing & Structuring Information Collaborating Sharing Knowledge building

A novel application for creating bibliographic databases that can be easily annotated, edited, searched and shared on an ongoing basis.

Systematic Authoritative Synopsis

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BibWiki

Knowledge Building in/through BibWiki Search

Notes

Create/Co-create

Share Edit / Annotate / Comment

Enabling Layered Communities Who can access your contributions? You decide! which items can be accessed how much of any item can be accessed (bibliographic detail only, keywords, commentaries, etc.)

Public = WWW

Faculty:

Small Public = class, group, etc.

Gale Moore, KMDI & Sociology Andrew Clement, KMDI & FIS Steve Hockema, KMDI & FIS Jun Luo, Cognitive Science, A & S

The University of Toronto http://www.utoronto.ca

Knowledge Media Design Institute http://kmdi.utoronto.ca

BibWiki Team

Private = individual or small group

Graduate Students: Mike Tissenbaum, KMDI & FIS Jeff Orchard, KMDI & FIS

Faculty of Information Studies http://fis.utoronto.ca

Alumnus: Sunir Shah, KMDI & FIS

Faculty of Arts & Sciences http://artsci.utoronto.ca

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BibWiki Poster 2008  

Poster used at the 2008 Open Access Conference

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