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Are wiki-textbooks going to make room for ID?

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Who needs paper? Online texts could be cheaper

So, what’s this Global Text Project about?

It’s an effort to pool the knowledge of university professors and students around the globe and produce 1,000 university textbooks using wiki technology. The books will span undergraduate subjects from biology to literature to computer science.

There are millions of university teachers around the world and tens of millions of students, whose knowledge could be put to greater use, says project instigator Rick Watson at the University of Georgia in Athens. Countless essays and assignments are currently consigned to the waste bin. “It’s an untapped intellectual resource.” …

Source: http://www.nature.com/news/2006/060911/full/060911-13.html

2 Replies to “Are wiki-textbooks going to make room for ID?

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    StephenA says:

    Probably the essays with the highest grades will be the ones that get used, and since ID friendly papers aren’t likely to get high grades…

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    idnet.com.au says:

    “only an editor will be able to approve contributions. Otherwise the texts risk being wrong,”

    We need to get some ID friendly people on the editorial staff.

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