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iskWiki! is a community wiki of the University of the Philippines. Before exploring its abundant possibilities, you may view President Roman's video, Chancellor Cao's message, or DILC's press release on the launching of iskWiki!. See also its FAQs.

iskWiki!'s host, the Diliman Interactive Learning Center, reserves the right to delete certain pages. Users of DILC services should abide by the terms of the University's Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

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Here's how to contribute to iskWiki!.

Editing and Creating Articles

Before creating articles, make sure you have done the following:

  • Logged in using your correct UP Webmail account and password
  • Studied certain basic procedures here before editing and creating articles
  • New to iskWiki? You may test your wiki skills on iskWiki! sandbox!

Creating University of the Philippines-related articles:

  • If you want to create new article(s) regarding colleges, institutes or any topic(s) related to University of the Philippines, visit first the template pages of these individual campuses:
  1. UP System template
  2. UP Diliman template
  3. UP Manila template
  • Existing articles are shown in blue while non-exiting pages in red. You may add more details to an existing article but you can initiate new articles those with red links. You may ask for help by inserting {{help}} on the top of your Talk page and write your question under it.
isWiki! Quick Stats
  • Total number of pages: 20,680 and counting!
  • Total number of articles: 3,708 and counting!
  • Total number of files: 13,386 and counting!
  • Total number of edits: 63,492 and counting!
  • Total number of users: 4,451. Volunteer now! Know or let people know what's going on. Think Community!

More Services

Other services of the DILC include:

  1. Uvle, an online course management system
  2. The DILC website, a repository of multimedia materials (podcast, vodcast, learning objects) and a platform of online conversation. Here are ways to access DILC media contents.
  3. Videoconference. Here's a Guide to Videoconferencing at UPD.
  4. Training on technology integration in teaching and learning.