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Category Archives: wikis
I’ve been asked this question a few times recently, so thought it worth sharing my answer with everyone that reads this blog: What’s the best way to approach editing Wikipedia articles about us? There are a number of reasons why … Continue reading
Last week, the Cabinet Office published a new action plan for government and open source, to level the playing field when it comes to procuring software. So we consider that the time is now right to build on our record … Continue reading
Helen Nicol writes an interesting post about how to get wikis taken up within organisations. Using Wikipedia as an example, she writes, is a bad idea, because it sets unrealistic expectations of the amount of content likely to be generated, … Continue reading
A few new pages have been created on the Digital Mentor wiki which are screaming out for content to be added, and it’s really easy to do so! All you have to do to add to the wiki is click … Continue reading