Some more cool wikis…

A couple of wiki recommendations came our way:

The Greene Farm project is a good example of how scholars can use wikis to document and share their work.  It is the work of Dr. Carolyn Frank of the Joukowsky Institute at Brown University and her students.  The Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia, which features posts/articles composed by scholars on any topic related to Thomas Jefferson, is a nice example of how an organization can set limits on who edits and authors wiki pages to create an end-product that is accurate for the public while using a process that is lively and engaging for a scholarly community.

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