- HIV/AIDS 101
- Reduce Your Risk
- HIV Testing
- Prevention Research
- Just Diagnosed
- HIV In Your Body
- Find Care & Treatment
- Understand Your Test Results
- Treatment Options
- Your Legal Rights
- Talking About Your Status
- Helping Someone Recently Diagnosed
- Staying Healthy
- Taking Care Of Yourself
- Potential Related Health Problems
- Friends & Family
- Policies &
- PEPFAR &
- National HIV/AIDS
- Recursos en
- How to Use
- News &
- National Black HIV Awareness Day
- National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
- National Asian & Pacific Islander Awareness Day
- Hepatitis Testing Day
- Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- National HIV Testing Day
- National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
- National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
- National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
- World AIDS Day
- AIDS 2012
- 30 Years of AIDS
- Facing AIDS
- Viral Hepatitis
- Awareness Days
What are wikis?
Wikis are essentially a webpage with an edit button. A wiki allows you to collaborate online. You can make wikis public or password-protected. Users can add pages or documents to a wiki and edit them—and you can view changes made by different users or roll back to previous versions. Wikis reduce the potential confusion of having multiple contributors to documents or projects.
Ways to use wikis in response to HIV
- Work with others to create resources such as websites, fact sheets, and policy papers on HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and research.
- Maintain up-to-date HIV resource lists.
- Create calendars for HIV-related events.
- Use as an internal tool to write grant applications.
Examples from the field
Wikis (PDF - 606 KB)
A one page reference regarding wikis, what they are, and how they are being used in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Last revised: 06/05/2012