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Barack, Lauren. A Wiki War on Vandals. School Library Journal. May 1, 2006.


The Economist. The Wiki Principle. April 20, 2006.


Farkas, Meredith. "Using Wikis to Create Online Communities." WebJunction. Sept. 1, 2005.


Farkas, Meredith. "So You Want to Build a Wiki?" WebJunction. Sept. 5, 2005.


Gordon, Cindy. Wikis-A Disruptive Innovation. KM World . May 26, 2006.


Lamb, Brian. "Wide Open Spaces:  Wikis, Ready or Not." Educause Review. Sept/Oct. 2004.


Maness, Jack M. "Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries." Webology. June, 2006.


Terdiman, Daniel. "How Wikis are Changing our View of the World." Cnet. Novebmer 15, 2005.


Tonkin, Emma. "Making the Case for a Wiki." Adriane. January 2005.


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