Dissassembling digital communication has become the latest skill of the students during the lecture at the Danube University Krems. Students learned to connect knowledge activities and psychological theories to facilitate digital communication, and ultimately build intuitive, easy to use tools. With the solid practical experience of the keen students, the lecture was highly interactive, and the newly acquired theoretical knowledge was translated into fruitful discussions of how to apply theories in the field. Be it standard collaborative tools such as google docs, highly specialized tools such as bits and pieces, or tools that make use of the wisdom of the crowd, such as social tagging systems – Sebastian Dennerlein and Stefan Schweiger of the WMF had everything covered.