KM@KSU Community Wiki

This KM@KSU Community Wiki is intended for use by a trusted team and members of the community for collaborative documentation. What we have here is a read-and-write web, a collaborative authoring tool. You can also treat it like the restaurant napkin that you sketch on, to share ideas with people sitting around the table. Except, this time, the wiki is your napkin, and the people you are sharing your ideas with can be all around the world, sitting in front of their computing device connected to the Internet; and they don't even necessarily have to be there at the same time you are sketching.

Getting Started

The Wiki Home page, a link to which can be found under the "navigation" block (on your left) would generally be the first place to go. Click on the KM@KSU Logo (upper left of any page) should get you to the Home page too. Wiki content can be viewed with almost any web browser (no password is needed for "open" wiki's (which is the mode this wiki is working in); username/password will be needed for "community only" wiki's (where applicable).

To write-to (edit content of) the wiki, one will need to "Log in" (see: upper right corner). Users should create an account, if you have not already done so, with a user name for yourself before proceeding with a wiki authoring/editing session. You will also need to use a password so your identity does not get spoofed too easily. Note that an email verification is needed for your new account to take effect. First time users could read more about wiki's (say, at:

Editing of any wiki page can be done (after one has logged in) by loading that page on your browser, and then clicking on the "Edit" tab at the top of a page. Do your edits in the editing dialog box. One may click on the "Show preview" button to see how the new edits look like. When you are satisfied with the edit, please click on the "Save page" button to update the page.

Participation & Membership

This is an OPEN, virtual Community of Practice, operated by the community itself. Anyone who would want to participate and consents to abide by its IPR policy and other by-laws which the community shall set-forth, is welcomed to join. To date, there is no fee or cost to participate, except that members are expected to be team players and contribute to our mission as much as, and in whatever way they can.

All members should use their real names when transacting in the community's collaborative work environment (CWE).

All pages of the KM@KSU wiki are readable by everyone, but if you would like to participate in discussions and edit pages you will want to click on the 'Join this Wiki' option at the top right hand corner. The wiki will prompt you with a few cells to complete. Fill in the request and within 24 hours you will be approved to edit.

Contribution Policy - unless specifically requested/solicited by other community member(s), please make sure any commercial- or self-promotion material or reference are strictly limited to one's namesake page or a short signature block, and nowhere else as far as our open collaborative work environment is concerned. The co-conveners reserve the right to relocate or remove such material from within the CWE, if deemed inappropriately done, to the extent that it affects the neutrality and commercial free work environment that this CWE is set out to be.

Communities of Practice & Projects
  • Each Community of Practice has a workspace created for them with a link to it placed on the left side navigation. If you are a member or a particular CoP or would like to become one please continue on to there and become a member by editing the wiki.

Discussion Forum / File-Sharing Workspace / Document Repository
  • Each wiki page has a discussion tab at the top if you would like to comment on any activities that page contains, especially the webinar session pages.
  • The wiki also serves as a file storage and sharing platform, options for linking files will be available to members of the wiki. To add a file to a wiki simply use the 'file' button at the top when in edit mode.

IPR Policy
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy - All contribution to this CWE shall be deemed to have been made under an open content license, open publication license or one of the free software or open source licenses. (See also:
  • Unless otherwise specified, content within this collaborative work environment shall be subject to the (cc) Creative Commons license(s), where the Attribution only "cc-by-3.0" license arrangement shall apply as a default, with the rights attributable to the author(s) making the respective contribution(s), and to the owner of this CWE.
  • See:
  • Those who are unable to contribute under the above licensing arrangements should refrain from contributing to the CWE content.