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About

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What is a wiki?
A wiki is a collection of shared webpages that can be edited by anyone in the community, which could be a group of staff and students (UCL Wiki) or the whole world (as is the case ofWikipedia).

What can they be used for?
Wikis are great for collaborative projects or resources and are increasingly being used in education.

How do I use a wiki?
Every page in a wiki can be edited. You simply enter the edit mode (generally accessed by clicking on a link or button) and edit the page you were currently viewing. Special syntax to format your text or to add links to other pages or websites.

As wikis can be edited by anyone, the pages are open to attack by users wishing to vandalise the pages. Wikipedia have some guidelines for preventing vandalism.

How can I set up my own wiki?
UCL has a Wiki that can be used by any of its students and staff. To access the UCL Wiki go to: http://wiki.ucl.ac.uk

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