The University of Calgary wiki was decommissioned on February 10, 2018, after providing a collaborative document publishing platform for the university for over 13 years. This is a static copy of the wiki content as of that date, but no further edits are possible.
This is a wiki, to provide collaborative content management in the context of teaching and learning to the University of Calgary community.
This wiki is hosted by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning as a service to support innovation in teaching and learning at the University of Calgary.
If you have any questions about the wiki (how to use it in your class? how to contribute to it? what on earth is it?) please feel free to email D'Arcy
To learn more about weblogs and wikis, use the "Intro to WeblogsAndWikis" page.Please feel free to use this system for whatever purpose, whether it be teaching and learning, research, or community engagement. We reserve the right to delete pornography, hate speech, spam or other content that violates the University of Calgary's acceptable use policies. We also reserve right to slightly edit pages (change title and add, edit or remove categories) to make this space more user friendly and easier to navigate.
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Wiki Directory & Table of Contents
|Wiki Pages||Faculties (category)||Service/Support Departments||Clubs (category), etc...|
(pages viewed most often)
(pages recently created and/or edited)
In alphabetical order:
Teaching and Learning Resources
- Info & Resources
- iS2 Project
- Canadian Library Association Annual Conference
- Sustainable Energy resources
- DMO Seoul
Contributing to this wiki
If you would like to contribute to this Wiki, please feel free. Anyone can freely edit any page, or create new page - just create an account in the wiki, and you're off and running...
Feel free to experiment in the SandBox - try new things without worrying about "breaking" the wiki. +
Be sure to read TextFormattingRules to see how to enter text so it looks nice. There are more complete resources on how to use the Wiki available at:
To create a new page, replace "Main_Page" in the URL for this page with the name of the new page, using some form of wacky MixedCaps syntax so the Wiki software will automatically pick up links to that page..
If you'd like to add information to existing pages, please check out the Stubs category. These are pages people have marked as being in need of more information.