A website where users post journal-like entries that are displayed in reverse chronological order, with the most recent posting at the top of the page.
A website comprising text-based content that can be edited collectively by users at will.
A website can take the form of online diaries, personal chronicles, travel logs, newsy columns and reports from special events.
A website can't be modified by anyone with access to the website.
It extends or derives added value from human social behavior.
Each form provides users with uniquely accessible platforms for fast and easy information publication, interpersonal communication and team collaboration.
It ensure every users to communicate effectively and gain all information needed quickly without any pressure or problem.
Allows individuals to interact in a way that essentially combines their intelligence and/or capabilities.
Very easy-to-implement systems for shared-document collaboration and content management as no techinal knowledge needed.
Can help corporate teams remain agile and competitive with new dynamic communication environments.
No security threats.
Corporate wikis are not free for everyone.
It is controlled by its administrators all the time.
Limited-access wikis are likely to be misused.
Users can delete or modify the contributions from others.
Students use others' comments and opinions in wikis as their main source to understand and complete their assignments.
Employees use wikis as a tool for sharing their knowledge to other working colleagues.
Businessman or businesswoman use wiki as a tool to communicate with his or her clients.
Students use wikis to communicate and share their knowledge to understand to course content.