My name is Paula Naugle , DEN LC in Louisiana , and I'm glad to be a part of this club. Here are some links I found that I thought the DEN book club might enjoy as we read the book Wikinomics.

A summary of the book from Soundview

Another summary from Speed Summary

A wiki that summaries each chapter of the book

A series of special reports written by the book’s authors for Bloomberg Businessweek

A USA Today article on the book

Review by Red Hat Magazine


I found this on Will Richardson's blog from 2006. Love how he made it so relevant to the educational system.


"And, just ’cause I like to play with words, here’s another snippet with some “editing” (the original is in the brackets):
For smart schools [companies], the rising tide of mass collaboration offers vast opportunity…Schools [Companies] can reach beyond their walls to sow the seeds of innovation and harvest a bountiful crop. Indeed, educators [firms] that cultivate nimble, trust-based relationships with external collaborators are positioned to form vibrant classroom [business] ecosystems that enhance learning [create value] more effectively than hierarchically organized schools [businesses]. "

September 07, 2008Don Tapscott about wikinomics and its impact on business and startup opportunities, at talk the future in Krems, Austria. (10minutes)


Author Don Tapscott discusses his book "Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything" as part of the Authors@Google series. This event took place February 28, 2007, at Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA. (50 minutes)


(Cheryl Watford, FL DEN LC) I found this video that was created by some college students in their SOC 300 class.

Wikinomics 4/4