What is a Wiki?

by Barbara J. Feldman on November 30, 2004

A wiki is an online collection of information that is created and edited by a group. Some groups are public (i.e. anyone can contribute), while others are closed (you must be a member.) Either way, the concept is the same. Popular examples of public wikis include Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/ ), and Wikiquote ( http://en.wikiquote.org ).

More tips like this one in Search,Social Networks



Mastering Online Research: A Comprehensive Guide to Effective and Efficient Search Strategies
Mastering Online Research: A Comprehensive Guide to Effective and Efficient...
by Maura D. Shaw
(Paperback)
- Usually ships in 24 hours
Price: $11.99

How to Find Low Competition Long Tail Keywords Using Free Tools (Online Business Ideas and Internet Marketing Tips for Cheapskates Book 3)
How to Find Low Competition Long Tail Keywords Using Free Tools (Online Business...
by Chris Naish
(Kindle Edition)
What Color Is Your Parachute? Guide to Job-Hunting Online, Sixth Edition: Blogging, Career Sites, Gateways, Getting Interviews, Job Boards, Job Search ... Resumes, Research Sites, Social Networking
What Color Is Your Parachute? Guide to Job-Hunting Online, Sixth Edition:...
by Mark Emery Bolles, Richard N. Bolles
(Paperback)
- Usually ships in 24 hours
Price: $6.25


Cite This Page

Feldman, Barbara. "What is a Wiki?." Surfnetkids. Feldman Publishing. 30 Nov. 2004. Web. 30 Sep. 2014. <http://www.surfnetkids.com/tech/115/what-is-a-wiki/ >.