are webpages within a group that any member can go in and edit. Similar to Google Docs, they allow group members to build content collaboratively. You can add images, videos, links, files, tables, and formatting to wiki pages. Here are some examples of when a wiki might come in handy…
- To store an article a group was writing together so that any member could make additions, edits, or comments.
- To keep an up-to-date list of group tasks which members could edit as they completed tasks or came up with new ones.
- To create a webpage with photos and videos to inform the network about a group project.
If you have a completed document to share (which group members won’t be editing), you probably want to post it in the Materials
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