The Online Journalism Blog often experimented with wiki journalism. Here are some previous projects (now inactive):
- Online Journalism Atlas (http://onlinejournalismatlas.pbwiki.com/): an overview of online journalism in countries around the world – add as little or as much about your own country as you like. Instructions on the wiki.
- Magazines and New Media (http://newmediamags.pbwiki.com/): a review of magazine websites and what magazines are doing with new media (including mobile and social networking), split by genre. Add your own website review, link to a useful article, or improve or update the current text.
- Blogs and investigative journalism (http://blogsinvestigativejournalism.pbwiki.com/): a chapter published in the 2nd edition of Investigative Journalism. Add more detail or examples, refine or counterpoint my arguments, update, make corrections or just improve it.
- How to be a journalism student (http://howtobeajournalismstudent.pbwiki.com/).
Based on a blog post of ten tips, this wiki aims to both collate contributions and corrections/clarifications.
- Wiki Journalism (http://wikijournalism.pbwiki.com/)
Add to the case studies, literature on wikis, and the opportunities and weaknesses of the form, or help refine the taxonomy of wiki journalism.
I’ve created a map of OJB readers - search for your own postcode/zip code/address to add yourself to the map.
There is an Online Journalism Blog widget for mobiles at Widsets.