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So What's in a Wiki?

I looked at the U of MN Libraries Staff Wiki Home Page, Book Lovers Wiki and ALA 2007 Washington DC Wiki. I liked all of them. The TS staff page (for the U of MN Libraries) has everything in there to include work procedures, department projects and personal news. We could do that for our department. I'm in a book club, so I really liked the Book Lovers Wiki because it gives reviews for a variety of genre. And for the last one (ALA), it's so simple it's surprising that no one has come up with this idea before. And a wiki is the perfect place to put that type of information.