Wiki, wiki, wiki...
We've all heard about it. Our Faculty's internal web pages. But why should we use it?
Basically it has all the information you need... About everything else.
Imagine this. You need to know what the new email address is for the Faculty Student Centre. Immediately. But oh no, everything has changed and moved around. Oh, if only there was a space where this useful information is held… (hint, hint).
A quick overview
Using wiki allows you to:
- Create, share and collaborate on information quickly.
- Easily publish, organise, and access information in one central location.
- Capture, store, and grow your team's knowledge so you can stay up to date and on the same page - quite literally.
Sure, it’s another system to learn. But if I can use it so can you. I mean, just look at this amazing page on E-Communications I made… *whispers* all by myself!
I’ve used loads of different ‘macros’ which have helped me make the page more, what I like to say, aesthetically pleasing. Tracey Madden writes monthly posts called (funnily enough) ‘Tracey’s macro of the month’. Check them out to find out more useful information.
My saved pages:
If you’ve made it this far into my blog, I applaud you. By the way, here are some of the pages which I find useful:
- New staff. I’ve had to look back on this plenty of times when I’ve needed to check out information on person profiles.
- Faculty Structure Charts. Also incredibly useful.
- Help with wikis. Because even I have to look back on further support.
And that’s just the beginning!
But hey, don’t ask me… find out for yourself: go.bath.ac.uk/fedstaffwiki