A wiki is a website or collection of web pages that allows people with access (wiki members) to collaborate and share information with each other. Wikis use a simple wiki markup language that means a wiki is typically easier to manage & update than standard websites using HTML. Wikipedia is probably the most well-known example of a wiki.
Knowledge Base is an an internal wiki for UTAS staff used primarily as a knowledge management tool.
Links (authentication required):
You will need VPN to access the above links outside the UTAS network.
UTAS Wikis have been created to enable staff, students and external users to work together on projects.
For general information on what a wiki is and main functionality view Wiki Help & Hints.
If you would like to create and use a wiki complete the Wiki Request Form.
Learning Services can also help with the initial structure and set up of the wiki.
Training can be provided for any level of wiki user (beginner through to advanced administrator).
Wikis can be accessed anywhere there is an internet connection. They do not require access through the UTAS network.
Access UTAS Wikis.
Authorised by the Associate Director, Service Delivery & Support
27 June, 2012