In my district we're looking for recommendations for wiki software. We've used hosted solutions such as WikiSpaces, PBWiki, WetPaint, etc. We're looking for something that we will host with some of the same features such as these ease of use, attractive interface, education-friendly, etc. Free or for purchase.

Requirements:

1. Install and run on our server in district
2. WYSIWYG editing
3. Page history
4. Ties to LDAP or ActiveDirectory for single sign-on

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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Hi Tom
Newbie replying here but have you tried wix -trialled it as online portfolios with my kids this year and it is easy as-drop and drag but very easy to integrate utube, facebook whatever. My kids are 11-12 yrs old and most had no trouble -some excellent interactive sites created using wix. More than wetpaint but adaptable.
Cheers jenny
Thanks Jenny. I'll check it out.
On the same theme is Weebly for Education. I believe there is less restrictions with Weebly than there are with Wix in terms of pages and storage space, but I could be wrong. You may also like the article I wrote on Creating Free Classroom Websites with Weebly.
Thanks Jonathan.

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