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Student contribution: Whereas many teachers and professors have frowned on their students’ use of Wikipedia in assignments, others have embraced it as an essential learning platform for the 21st century that gives students the opportunity to learn actively by contributing to the creation of articles based on objective knowledge.

Title Has topic Has author Year
A tale of two tasks: editing in the era of digital literacies Student contribution
Student information literacy
Kelly Chandler-Olcott 2009
Engaging with the world: students of comparative law write for Wikipedia Student contribution Normann Witzleb 2009
Experiences and perspectives of Wikipedia use in higher education Student contribution Klaus Wannemacher 2011
Fire next time: or revisioning higher education in the context of digital social creativity Student contribution Reijo Kupiainen
Juha Suoranta
Tere Vaden
From Wikipedia to the classroom: exploring online publication and learning Student contribution Andrea Forte
Amy Bruckman
Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility Student contribution Kristine L. Callis
Lindsey R. Christ
Julian Resasco
David W. Armitage
Jeremy D. Ash
Timothy T. Caughlin
Sharon F. Clemmensen
Stella M. Copeland
Timothy J. Fullman
Ryan L. Lynch
Charley Olson
Raya A. Pruner
Ernane H.M. Vieira-Neto
Raneve West-Singh
Emilio M. Bruna
Improving science education and understanding through editing Wikipedia Student contribution Cheryl L. Moy
Jonas R. Locke
Brian P. Coppola
Anne J. McNeil
Raising the stakes: writing about witchcraft on Wikipedia Student contribution Elizabeth Ann Pollard 2008
Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on Wikipedia Community building
Student contribution
Cross-domain student readership
Judd David Antin
Coye Cheshire
Sleeping with the enemy: Wikipedia in the college classroom Student contribution Cullen J. Chandler
Alison S. Gregory
The changing space of research: Web 2.0 and the integration of research and writing environments Student contribution James Peter Purdy 2010
Wikipedia - friend, not foe Student contribution Darren Crovitz
W. Scott Smoot
Wikipedia - how it works and how it can work for you Student contribution Elizabeth M. Nix 2010
Wikipedia and the future of legal education Student contribution Beth Simone Noveck 2007
Wikipedia as a tool for forestry outreach Comprehensiveness
Student contribution
Philip J. Radtke
John F. Munsell
Wikis and Wikipedia as a teaching tool Student contribution Piotr Konieczny 2007
Writing, citing, and participatory media: wikis as learning environments in the high school classroom Student contribution Andrea Forte
Amy Bruckman