Warning (!)

Wiki Cloud Migration Deadline


On January 8th, 2024 the University of Iowa Wiki hosted at https://wiki.uiowa.edu will be shut down permanently. If you would like to continue using Confluence (Wiki) in the Cloud, you will need to request licenses by filling out this Workflow form if you haven't done so already.

For more information and other options for your content, please visit the Wiki Service Change Options and FAQs page. Your content from https://wiki.uiowa.edu will be available for migration upon request for two years (until 1/8/2026).

Welcome to the University of Iowa Wiki service!

If you are participating in a private wiki, you may need to log in with your HawkID to view or edit pages.

Wiki spaces are available for course instruction as well as departmental or organizational uses.

  • To obtain a non course-related Wiki space, please fill out and submit the application form.
  • To obtain a course-related Wiki space, use the wiki creation tool within the ICON Dashboard.
  • To create a new wiki space by cloning an existing space, fill out the copy space form.

For more info (list of wiki sites, favorite pages, custom RSS feeds, etc.) see the dashboard.




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Cool stuff you can do

(lightbulb) The Examples page has lots of goodies!
(such as generate a chart and Display an RSS feed)

Wiki Resources:

Upgrades and Feature Requests

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1 Comment

  1. I would like to see the development of a macro  that is responsive to mouse-over events!  I can envision a lot of ways that I would be able to use this to provide feedback and interactivity to my students on my wiki pages. 

    I've looked at a lot of the Confluence User community pages, and it is clear that a lot of folks who are good Javascript or HTML programmers can import scripts into Confluence that will, for example, show a "tip" when there's a mouse-over a text or image, or display an image on a mouse-over.  While the mouse-over command and response sequence itself looks pretty short and simple, the jargon that describes where to load the script and properly describe the commands so a wiki page can access it is way over my head.