Here are some of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Queen's Wiki. Click on a question to view the answer. If you have a question that is not answered here, please
This is a known issue for any user that has never accessed the Queen's Wiki (see Error of "No matches found" in Wiki Known Issues).
To resolve the issue, please have the new user activate their Wiki account by signing in at https://wiki.queensu.ca using their NetID and password.
After they have signed in successfully, they will then be searchable within the Wiki user directory and can be added to spaces.
Queen's faculty, staff and students can log-in to the Wiki using their Queen's NetID. The 'Log in' link is located at the top right of every Wiki page. If you see your profile picture/icon instead, you're already logged in.
Requests for external user account(s) can be made on a space-by-space basis by contacting the IT Support Centre.
You may request an wiki account for an external user by contacting the IT Support Centre.
Queen's full-time faculty and staff may request a group wiki space by completing the , with the following information:
Yes, any user with a Queen's NetID may create a personal space. After logging in to the Queen's wiki, select the drop-down menu associated with your profile picture/icon (top right of screen) and select 'Add Personal Space'.
For more information, refer to Setting Up your Personal Space.
Only Wiki Administrators (ITS) have the ability to edit the Anonymous permission. If you would like to make your space public, contact the IT Support Centre.
Every course at Queen's has an LDAP group associated with it. The LDAP group contains all the students registered for the course. The group is updated nightly.
Here's a break-down of the different parts that make up the LDAP group name:
Here's an example of how the name of a course's LDAP group is made:
BIOL = Subject
To add a course (LDAP) group, to your Wiki space
The 'Edit Space Permissions' page is divided into the following sections:
To search for the course (LDAP group):
You can 'watch' a page, blog post or space. You will receive a notification by email whenever anyone adds or updates content on that page or space. You can also subscribe to daily email reports and other notifications of various updates, as described below.
To edit your email notification settings:
For additional information, please visit on Subscribing to Email Notifications in Confluence Documentation.