From Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
Revision as of 10:43, 2 January 2006 by Meredith
- 1 What is a Wiki?
- 2 Why Wiki?
- 3 How Libraries Can Use Wikis With Their Patrons
- 4 How Librarians Can Use Wikis for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration
- 5 So You Want To Build a Wiki: Important Considerations
What is a Wiki?
How Libraries Can Use Wikis With Their Patrons
How Librarians Can Use Wikis for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration
So You Want To Build a Wiki: Important Considerations
Hosted on your own server or elsewhere?
DIY Wikis (hosted on your server, installed by you)
Check out the Wiki Matrix to compare wikis side-by-side.
Hosted Wikis/Wiki Farms (your info on a company's server)
- PBWiki (free)
- Schtuff (free)
- SeedWiki (free)
- Wikispaces (free)
- SocialText (enterprise wiki)
Check out the List of wiki farms in the Wikipedia.
Important Things to Consider When Choosing Wiki Software
- Programming language
- Ease of installation
- Ease of use
- Version control
- Ability to hold discussions
- Ability to change look
- Spam prevention