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Suffolk Wikis is available to any Suffolk University department, group, committee, program or project. Suffolk University users can request a wiki space which they can populate, edit and manage.

A wiki is a collaborative, social web site that allows users to create, edit and share pages in a web browser, without the need for any additional software. It can be used for both internal and external collaboration.

Wikis can be used for publishing and displaying a variety of content. It can be used for documentation, knowledge bases, or simply repositories of an institution's knowledge.

The wiki space can be restricted to a set of users or can be opened up to the public. Wikis are online so users can access, collaborate on, and share content, knowledge and files anytime, anywhere.

This knowledge base you are viewing has been created on the wiki. It is a good example of what you can do with a wiki.

Watch a demo video of the world's most popular wiki product being used at Suffolk University

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This video is courtesy of Atlassian Software, the makers of the wiki product that Suffolk University uses for its Wiki Service.