A Wiki is defined as being “a website or database developed collaboratively by a community of users, allowing any user to add and edit content.”
The word “Wiki” originates from the Hawaiian language and means quick or fast. Wikipedia is one of the most well-known examples of a wiki. It is an online encyclopaedia, which has no authors, but millions contribute to and edit it.
It is a resource found in specific modules of the course where we encourage collaborative work amongst learners. This promotes sharing of the specific assignment process in an engaging manner.
- Select "History" to read what others have written.
- Select "Edit" to add your contribution. Always press "Save" when you are done.
Select the '' option from the toolbar, on the top left-hand side, which is shown in the image attached.