Confluence Collaboration Wiki
- Service Overview
- Eligibility & Costs
- Support, How-To’s & Info
Confluence is a wiki-based collaboration service for University of Arizona faculty, staff, and departments. The service makes it easy to create, share, and discuss documents, ideas, minutes, and projects with other members of the campus community.
- Project collaboration. Work together on a whole new level. Create, share, and collaborate on projects all in one place to keep your projects moving forward, faster.
- Easily publish, organize, and access department information in one central location so you can help your customers, help themselves.
- Team documentation. Capture, store, and grow your team's knowledge so you can stay up to date and on the same page, literally.
- Access Roles. You can control who can view, edit, contribute to your Confluence space.
Disclaimer: Due to limited support resources, Confluence is not for classroom teaching purposes. Contact the Office of Instruction and Assessment to learn what other tools are available for collaborative teaching environments.
Confluence is for official University of Arizona business use only.
To Use Confluence
Go to http://confluence.arizona.edu and log in with your NetID and password.
Request a Confluence workspace by completing a Confluence Space Request form.
Confluence is available to UA faculty, staff, and departments for UA business. Pages can be made accessible to students, but pages cannot be accessed by anyone without a current UA NetID.