Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, by Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams (December 2006). Learn how the emergence of collaborative tools like wikis will help companies innovate and create products and services.
Wiki: Web Collaboration, by Anja Ebersbach, Markus Glaser, Richard Heigl, G. Dueck (Foreword), Andrea Adelung (Translator) (October 2005). Topics include the wiki concept, wiki installation, the core functions of MediaWiki, formatting, multi-page structures, components (the function pages), administration, life in MediaWiki, installing TWiki, working with TWiki, formatting in TWiki, searching in TWiki, using permissions in TWiki, administering TWiki, designing a TWiki, collecting ideas and outlining the project, composing the project plan, tools with a future and more.
The Wiki Way: Quick Collaboration on the Web, by Bo Leuf, Ward Cunningham (April 2001). Topics include collaboration tools, web-based collaboration, an introduction to Wikis, user conventions with Wikis, Wiki open-source projects and clones, installing wikis, using wikis, structuring Wiki content, customizing Wikis, a tour of wiki Perl scripts, wiki add-ons, administration in Wikis, guidelines for wiki projects, case studies for education and business and more.
Wikis For Dummies, by Dan Woods (April 2007). Learn how to set up corporate and personal Wikis where users can find, edit and post content. Topics include choosing a Wiki engine, administration of a wiki, wiki maintenance, the advantages of a corporate wiki and more.
Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms, by Will Richardson (March 2006). Wiki topics include the challenge of Wikipedia in schools, wikis in schools, examples of wikis in K-12 education, wiki tools for schools, and other wiki tools and resources.
Wikis: Tools for Information Work And Collaboration, by Jane Klobas (May 2006).