Wiki websites are websites that have several authors working in collaboration with one another on the site. These websites can be authored with several individuals in collaboration and usually there is no need for log-in or password entry. In today's day and age, wikis serve education in a number of ways. Today collective work is very scarce and possessive individualism makes it hard to use others' works without financial compensation. Wiki pages offer a change from that and usually make learning easy for the teacher and student. Wiki pages are user friendly for those wishing to set up a page for teaching purposes (Blackboard and Moodle are examples) and it's also easy for students to use and offer input on assignments and discussions. Numerous authors generally also improve the quality of the content however one must be aware of the validity and reliability of the information presented (especially in terms of academic purposes) because the information can be subjective to the authors' bias, lack of sufficient information, assumptions and other variables that can affect the integrity of the information presented and cannot be taken as total truth.