- What can I do with wikis.mit.edu?
- How can I customize a wikis.mit.edu space for my class / project / activity?
- Are there examples of interesting uses of wikis.mit.edu spaces?
- Confluence wikis service on wikis.mit.edu
The below is a list of publicly viewable spaces on wikis.mit.edu where the space creators and contributors have done interesting things with the formatting and features available in MIT's Confluence installation on wikis.mit.edu. It is by no means intended to be comprehensive, but shared simply to provide useful examples for folks getting started with wikis.mit.edu or looking to move beyond basic sites in wikis.mit.edu. Note that these spaces were publicly viewable at the time they were added to this article, but space administrators may choose to restrict permissions to their spaces at any time.
We encourage you to add your own examples to this list as you become aware of them!
- The RELATE Mechanics Wiki, an experimental physics textbook by the
REsearch in Learning, Assessing, and Tutoring Effectively (RELATE) physics research group at MIT
- The iLab Project: real laboratories accessed through the Internet
- The Mobile Devices Wiki: a support portal for mobile device support at MIT
- The Guidelines for Technical Communication section in the 2.617 wiki (MIT only – you will need MIT web certificates to see it)