Wikis, digital literacies, and professional growth
Knobel, Michele, and Lankshear, Colin (2009) Wikis, digital literacies, and professional growth. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52 (7). pp. 631-634.
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The Internet is becoming an interactive and collaborative experience. Popular social software used to interact with the Internet includes blogs and microblogs for keeping track of things that interest you or for letting others know what you're up to (www.blogger.com, www.livejournal.com, twitter.com) and sites like Facebook for bringing together online networks, announcement spaces, group members, and interest affinities in one online location (www.facebook.com). In this Digital Literacies column, the authors focus on one of these Web resources: the wiki.
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