You may have used Wikis in the past, even looking at information on Wikipedia is akin to using a Wiki. Wikis make it easier to collaborate and create linked pieces of information.

My own experience with Wikis has been in creating Employee and Manager Portals which include operational and process information for employees and managers to do their jobs.

Wikis are a standard feature in Microsoft Teams environments so I thought it would be worth including some information about them here.

What Are Wikis, and Why Should You Use Them?

What is a ‘wiki’ defined as today? This term “wiki” actually means quick in Hawaiian. The journey from that definition to today’s definition of “a website that allows collaborative editing of its content and structure by its users” is quite the interesting story.

Using Wikis for Learning and Collaboration

From Connie Malamed. Knowledge Management and Information Distribution. Wikis may be used when an organization needs to collect, organize and distribute information. This can reduce the need for building courses, as employees access the information they need.

How to communicate effectively with the Wiki tab in Microsoft Teams

If you’re already using Microsoft Teams, you’ve likely found it as a great way to efficiently keep in touch with people across your organization. But, did you know that there’s another way to communicate in Teams other than main channels, threads, and chats?

Like any information gathering and presenting exercise, planning and preparation is paramount, to ensure success and meeting the requirements of the learning solutions.

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