Collaboration
without the
learning curve

Wikispaces

Individuals and Groups

We're home to millions of wikis use by individuals, groups, teams, and small companies. Get yours now.

Create a Wiki

Companies and Organizations

Private Label gives you the power of unlimited wikis for your organization. Learn more:

K-12 Higher-Ed Business Nonprofit

What is a "wiki"?

A wiki is a space on the Web where you can share work and ideas, pictures and links, videos and media — and anything else you can think of. Wikispaces is special because we give you a visual editor and a bunch of other tools to make sharing all kinds of content as easy for students as it is for their teachers.

What is Wikispaces Private Label?

A Wikispaces Private Label site is a secure, dedicated wiki environment — like a clone of Wikispaces.com, but with your organization’s DNA mixed in. You get unlimited wikis (and everything you need to manage them), plus tools to integrate the site with your other systems and support your users.

How does Wikispaces work?

Edit

Just hit the edit button to

update any time, from anywhere

Make changes to any page on your wiki from any computer or web-enabled device with the click of a button.

History

Complete page histories

save every edit and revision

The wiki logs every change, so you can easily compare drafts of a page or revert to an earlier version.

Widgets

Add videos and widgets to

create rich, appealing pages

Widgets like video, calendars, and visitor counters can make your wiki more attractive, engaging, and useful.

Projects

Projects make it easy to

organize group work

Every educational wiki lets you organize members into project-related teams, each with its own pages, files, and permissions.

Discussions

Discussions and contextual comments

support discussion and feedback

Make a discussion forum for the whole wiki, answer questions on a page, or leave comments on any passage of any page.

Permissions

Adjustable permissions

keep your content safe and secure

Determine who sees content and how they use it with wiki-, page-, and file-level permissions.

Features

...and more!

  • Visual editor
  • Bulk user creator
  • Unlimited pages
  • Single Sign-On
  • Customizable themes
  • Email notification
  • Editable navigation
  • Page templates
  • Tags
  • Full-text search
  • Custom domains
  • WebDAV

Who uses Wikispaces?

Tens of millions of users and tens of thousands of institutions use Wikispaces:

Birmingham Public Schools Columbia University University of Massachusetts Lowell Technische Universität München Qatar Academy Middlesex University Ashe County Schools University of San Francisco University of Ottawa William and Mary
Denver Public Schools Columbia Birmingham Public Schools Chippewa Falls School District Georgetown
Plano Independent School District Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Starbucks The BRIDGE Project Arizona State University
Ashe County Schools William & Mary West Hartford Public Schools Harvard School of Public Health Piedmont Unified School District
City College, CUNY Astrum Solar US National Archives UMass Lowell Arlington Heights School District 25
Mason City Schools TAFE NSW — Western Sydney Institute International Baccalaureate Beijing International School Sioux Falls School District

What our users say.

Being able to embed files, links, html coding, videos and other media so easily has meant that Wikispaces has made a great home for me on the Internet. Wikis can be slowly built up and added to from humble beginnings and grow into something quite wonderful.
— Martin Burrett
Our Wikispace allows my students to have a 24/7 learning environment, and it is being used as such which is an exciting thing to see.
— Craig Kemp
Witnessing the pairs work in class and then communicate using email, wiki discussions, and wiki mail to collaborate with classmates outside their class was invigorating. It also generated conversations about History class outside the walls of my room. It fully utilized the purpose and design of Wikispaces and the outcome was better than I had anticipated.
— Larry Bruce