The fantastic example knowledge resource that is Radiopaedia

This reprised blog post is a reminder of that amazing example of free and open knowledge sharing that is Radiopaedia X-ray published in ABC news, taken from Radiopaedia  As described in this fascinating article,   Radiopaedia is an online wiki where Radiologists all over the globe share online X-rays that are interesting, unusual, or demonstrate particular

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Shared by Nick Milton February 26, 2020

How to run a wikithon

We all know about the traditional lifecycle of Wikis. They start with a blaze of publicity, attract a dozen or so pages, then activity fades inexorably away. It doesn’t have to be like this! Try starting with a wikithon Euro stem cell wikithon, image from wikimedia commons The Wikithon is

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Shared by Nick Milton August 21, 2019

The "Designing Buildings" wiki

The “Designing Buildings” wiki is a nice example of managed industry knowledge The Designing Buildings Wiki, pictured below and explained above, is a wiki for the construction industry. It is active – with 5 million users, 14 million page views per year, and plenty of new edits and content added in

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Shared by Nick Milton March 18, 2019

4 myths of the Enterprise wiki

An article from 2009 gives us 3 reasons why wikis are not the easy route to KM that many believe. I have added a fourth This comes from an article in pcworld based on a interview with Danish Analyst Dorthe Jespersen. Dorthe’s believes that the organisational culture can be a

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Shared by Nick Milton May 3, 2018

Knowledge Assets – the "Knowledge First" format

The way we write reports, especially scientific reports, is not the way we should write Knowledge Assets in a Wiki. Image from MaxPixel I am consulting with a firm which is moving much of its current knowledge into wiki format, on order to take it out of the document library

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Shared by Nick Milton May 17, 2017