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Web 2.0 technologies have transformed the landscape of personal and organisational communication and collaboration (Chugh and Ruhi, 2018). Both staff and learners have been increasingly using social media applications in daily life (Manca, 2020). The author is not an exception. Certainly, Web 2.0 is not constrained to networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, although this is the most widely adopted social media group. There are eight more domains of social media, including social knowledge (wikis), social bookmarking (Reddit) and social publishing and news (blogs) (Chaffey and Smith, 2017). Among them, wikis, with the most popular wiki-based website – Wikipedia, provide astounding opportunities for developing collective knowledge, frequently used by millions netizens as an accessible information source. I can only agree with research, showing that the vast majority of students use wikis, because they are convenient, useful, informative, and overall, bringing positive experiences.