What would Clay Shirky suggest do for a wiki exam? Is he right? (So outline his theory in its entirety, apply it to wikis and include critiques of his theory from assigned authors and independent research.)
Would his theory work better with a bigger course? i.e. 50 students instead of 15? How would you design and organize such a project? Should the college permit or even encourage wiki projects?
Expected course content: all chapters of Here Comes Everybody; aspects of Convergence Culture; articles by Jason Mittell, Malcolm Gladwell, Jose van Dijck, David Niebog and other outside research.
A wiki exam is an exam in which the whole class collaborates in order to answer several questions that are posted on it. After the wiki exam is completed a professor will review it to confirm that it answers the question to his satisfaction. In this model 10% of the students can do all work and yet everyone gets the same grade.
ORDER THIS ESSAY HERE NOW AND GET A DISCOUNT !!!