30 October 2006


LISWiki: http://liswiki.org/wiki/Main_Page--Subcategories; information management, issues, librarians, libraries, publications, services, and technology; lists of library-related wikis

Wikinews: http://en.Wikinews.org/--from the Wikimedia Foundation

Wikitravel: http://Wikitravel.org/en/

wikiHow: http://www.wikihow.com--How to do almost anything

WikiLaw: http://www.Wikilaw.org—focus on US law

JurisPedia: http://en.jurispedia.org/index.php/Main_Page—an open legal wiki from the University of Montpellier (France), Can Tho University (Vietnam), Groningen University (The Netherlands), Université du Québec Á Montreal (Canada), and Saarland University (Germany).

Wex: http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/--This law wiki from Cornell University’s Legal Information Institute uses only authors deemed qualified

LawLibWik: http://www.edithis.info/lawlibrary/--law library wiki from Illinois Institute of Technology

HealthLib-Wiki: http://hlWiki.slais.ubc.ca—knowledge-base for health librarians with an international perspective but also emphasizing issues affecting practice in Canada

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