I am thinking to make a submission to a "computers in education"
conference, either a non-refereed paper or a "workshop". The audience
will be "teachers and teacher educators". Around 600 people will
attend. The conference is held every two years.
One of the conference themes is "E-learning including information
literacy, Web 2.0 and school libraries".
At first I thought to do a workshop, but their computer labs have only
15-20 computers, which seems very limited to me. So then it seems like
a non-refereed paper is best.
I think a good topic might be '"Safe wiki": Teaching responsible use
of Wikipedia', as just like sex, an abstinence-only approach will not
be very successful when it comes to students & Wikipedia. ;)
Anyway I figure there may be some people here familiar with this kind
of research, although I am not submitting a refereed paper it would
still be useful to see what has been done before.
I recall the wiki research bibliography - is it still alive? Both
<http://tools.wikimedia.de/~voj/bibliography/> are dead links...
They've just been waiting in a mountain for the right moment: