EDU is the short for 'education' and tiki is an abbreviation of
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
. Since October 2002, Tiki has been used in several educational contexts, and this website is dedicated to facilitating that use and gathering useful components to make that use easier. Please visit the
to discuss or ask about anything related to the educational use of Tiki Wiki CMS/Groupware, suggest improvements, ... and update the
Use of Tiki for Education
There are many features that can be used in educational scenarios. Some are:
Tiki logs the activity by user and by work, and has a simple interface for report generation, which can be exported: See Action log.
Rating allows faculty or peers to rate the quality of documents, posts in a discussion forum or comments, etc.
"Type of contribution" requested of users at post time, to enhance reflective and significative learning... See Contribution
AulaWiki & Workspaces from Tiki 1.8 to Tiki4 : some adaptations of Tiki for educational contexts (secondary schools, universities, etc.), as well as the main new feature to help manage groups of resources, permissions and users in an easy way.
The Quizzes feature allows you to build sets of questions for contests, e-learning, or just plain fun. Quizzes have several available controls:
Points per question
Points per answer
Repeat the Quiz
Results Storage and Analysis
Plugin MiniQuiz allows to create a quiz using a Tracker. This is similar to but different from the Quiz feature.
Since Tiki10 : Workspaces UI was introduced as a core Tiki feature, to help administrators create workspaces from workspace templates predefined by them, with a few included resources, groups and permissions pre-assigned to them.
Scorm is a format used to package learning material in Learning Management Systems.
Tiki provides special handling for those files when stored in File Gallery. The file will be read and a Tracker Item will be created, which allows for automatic indexing of the file's meta-data.
There is PluginPlayScorm, which plays a SCORM learning object in an iframe. Requires Moodle to be installed.
Tiki can be integrated with an instance of BigBlueButton web conference and elearning system. See BigBlueButton. Key features of the Tiki and BigBlueButton integration comprise:
1-click log-in into BigBlueButton using Tiki user system
Various permissions for the BigBlueButton session via Tiki's permission and group system
Listing BigBlueButton recordings in Tiki.
When the course is reaching the end, surveys are usually done on students to find out their satisfaction degree, and to get hints of ways to improve the teaching and learning experience. Basic surveys in Tiki can be organitzed through the Surveys feature, and advanced surveys can be managed with the Trackers feature.