Create a wiki as a library webpage discussion in the School Library Journal on various wiki software options available to teachers and which wiki is best for what in schools.
Med Ref Serv Q. 2008 Spring;27(1):21-32. doi: 10.1300/J115v27n01_02. The medical matters wiki: building a library Web site 2.0. Robertson J, Burnham J, Li J, Sayed E. Biomedical Library, University of South Alabama, 316 CBBL, Mobile, AL 36688, USA. email@example.com
Abstract: New and innovative information technologies drive the ever-evolving library profession. From clay tablet to parchment scroll to manufactured paper to computer screen pixel, information storage, retrieval, and delivery methods continue to evolve, and each advance irrevocably affects the way libraries, and librarians, work. The Internet has forever altered information and library science, both in theory and practice, but even within this context the progression continues. Though ambiguously defined, Web 2.0 offers a new outlook and new software, presenting librarians with potentially invaluable new tools and methods. This paper discusses the creation, implementation, and maintenance of a Web 2.0 technology, the wiki, as a resource tool for an academic biomedical library.
External links from Wiki on Wikipedia, include:
WikiMatrix, a website for comparing wiki software and hosts
WikiPapers, a wiki about publications about wikis