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    Wikipedia: "A wiki is a website that allows the creation and editing of any number of interlinked web pages via a web browser using a simplified markup language or a WYSIWYG text editor".

    Encyclopædia Britannica: "Wiki, World Wide Web (WWW) site that can be modified or contributed to by users. Wikis can be dated to 1995, when American computer programmer Ward Cunningham created a new collaborative technology for organizing information on Web sites. Using a Hawaiian term meaning “quick,” he called this new software WikiWikiWeb, attracted by its alliteration and also by its matching abbreviation (WWW)". 

    SDSU Wiki: SDSU wiki spaces are individual wiki web pages for classes and/or online collaboration projects. Some spaces are public to browse; others require login to browse and edit. If the space you're looking for doesn't appear, you will need to log in. Training videos and resources are available at:

    Wiki Policy:

    1. Use of SDSU Wiki follows the SDSU IT policies.
    2. The primary use of Wiki is for online collaboration and project. Non-such-purpose site still goes to D2L, SDSU site, Insidestate, and MyStateOnline correspondingly.   
    3. Use SDSU AD account to access SDSU Wiki. Non SDSU user account must be requested by an SDSU employee. 
    4. Any Wiki space will be purged after 3 years without notification unless requested.
    5. Wiki file naming convention should follow semester, course letter and number, i.e. FA11EDFS300: Tpc on Wiki.  
    6. Wiki space access level (view or modify) is granted by Wiki owner through groups requested.
    7. Account and training request can be sent to Instructional Design Services.


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