Structure vs. Chaos. Article in DOK.magazin

Wikis are old, and old are the problems that wiki authors and readers struggle with. Collaborative authoring in wikis might tap new synergies but often the outcome is as chaotic as a humming beehive.
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So how can you structure your content? How can you make it accessible? How can you organize reviews and input supply? The article by Ulrike Parson, published in the latest issue of the DOK.magazin deals with these problems. Download the pdf version of the article here (German).
 
Read also the article in our knowledge database: Chaotic Wiki versus Structured Authoring.
 
More information on the current issue of the DOK.magazin (in German).

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