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Deitel Wikis Resource Center
http://www.deitel.com/ResourceCenters/Software/Wikis/tabid/1236/Default.aspx
Visit the Deitel Wikis Resource Center where you can locate additional information about Wikis including what Wikis are, how they work, and how they are used, tutorials, forums and newsgroups, books and sample chapters, and much more.
Open Source Collaborative Software
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_collaborative_software
List of free, open source collaborative software tools. Categories include wiki software, groupware (client server solutions and web-based solutions), project collaboration and more. Includes a chart comparing the functionality of the tools. Also includes a list of proprietary collaborative software tools.
Collaboration Software Wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collaborative_software
Wikipedia entry for collaboration software. Discusses how collaborative software (such as mail, chat, calendars and wikis) are used to help the community involved achieve common goals. Topics include an overview of collaboration software, the three levels of collaboration (electronic communication tools, electronic conferencing tools and collaborative management tools), implementation, voting methods and more.
JotSpot
http://www.jot.com/
JotSpot, now part of Google, is a popular wiki application that enables companies and organizations to create wikis that include email, spreadsheets, WYSIWYG editing and other functionality. Additional products include JotSpot Family and the Class Reunion Planner.
Wiki Software Tools
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_software
List of wiki software tools by language/technology including Java, Lisp, Windows, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, etc. Includes links to each tool, plus a link to a wiki feature comparison chart that will help you find the tools with the functionality you need.
"Your Guide to Wikis"
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2006/11/digging_deeperyour_guide_to_wi.html
"Your Guide to Wikis" by Mark Galser. Discusses what a wiki is, the Wikipedia phenomenon, media experiments with wikis, wikis in business and beyond, and lists additional resource information about wikis.

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Update :: December 16, 2017