A wiki is an online tool for sharing and managing information in one centralized location. It eliminates the need to resend documents/files from one person to another and allows multiple users to curate the content.
Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites, to build file-storing websites and to record personal notes or share ideas. You may also see wikis used by organizations to manage and share content. If you or students in your program have ever used Wikipedia to look for information, you have successfully accessed a wiki where various users can contribute to the content.
Explore the Wikis in Plain English video to learn more about wikis.