Dec. 28, 2008

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Maintaining Legacy with Wikipedia

In this episode, Alan talks to Lona Jack-Vilmar, Literacy Coach at International High School at Lafayette in New York. The discussion centers around a Wikipedia-based article that Lona created on the Wodaabe, a nomadic group that resides in Africa. Similar activities have the potential for modeling appropriate use of Wikipedia within schools.

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