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The RIT Wiki was updated to version 5.1 of the Confluence Wiki product on Tuesday, May 21st.

While our documentation is being updated we recommend you refer to the vendor's complete documentation at:
Please note that this is the complete documentation for the product and you may see references to features or tools not available at RIT.

Please visit our detailed overview at RIT Wiki 5.1 Upgrade - May 21, 2013.

Would you like to enable group collaboration in an easy-to-edit set of webpages?

A wiki is simply a website that allows individuals or groups of collaborators to rapidly add or change its content, using an editor in the web browser. Wikis can be a powerful asynchronous collaboration tool in teaching and learning. Typical uses include structuring group work, or capturing a knowledge repository that has been built up by a class.

For more information on teaching and learning with a wiki, please see the related Teaching Element on Wikis.

What is the RIT Wiki?

The RIT Wiki is a collection of Confluence wiki spaces built and maintained by RIT faculty and staff, and supported by the Teaching & Learning Studio in the Innovative Learning Institute.

Your wiki can be private or open to the world!

How Do I Use This Resource?

This space is home to all of the resources available for the RIT Wiki - including documentation on how to get started with your wiki space, best practices, wiki FAQs, and more. To use this space, click on one of the links in the table of contents navigation to the left.

The Confluence user guide and complete documentation is available through Atlassian's website:



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