RIT will permanently shut down the RIT Wiki (Confluence wiki) on February 2, 2024. Review the Wiki Shut Down Overview for information on alternative tools, exporting content from the wiki, and other FAQs.
Now though February 1, 2024 = Content owners/space admins are responsible for determining what content needs to be preserved, exporting content, and moving it to the tool of their choice.
December 22, 2023 = The RIT Wiki will be converted to "view only". Content can still be exported by space administrators and others who were given export permissions.
February 2, 2024 = The RIT Wiki will be permanently shut down.
A wiki is simply a website that allows individuals or groups of collaborators to rapidly add or change its content, using an editor in the web browser. Wikis can be a powerful asynchronous collaboration tool in teaching and learning. Typical uses include structuring group work, or capturing a knowledge repository that has been built up by a class.
Use Case and Benefits
Students can co-create files with real-time collaborative writing and editing. Changes are tracked by each author in revision history.
Facilitate peer review using commenting features
Create template files for students to fill in or copy and edit
Create one large collection of work created by the class in an easy to create and navigate page structure
Accessing the Technology
Browser-based tool. Access RIT Wiki and log in with your RIT account.