Course:FRST370/Help and Resources
|Guidelines||Project Listings||Past Projects||Help and Resources|
|7 Things About Wikis||Basic Formatting||Adding Images
|Adding a Sandbox Page||Open Licenses|
Renaming Your Project
- Continue editing on your page
- Let the instructor know
- If you are feeling confident, you can rename your page yourself, otherwise email firstname.lastname@example.org
- After the page is renamed, edit your title on the project list as well
Combine/re-use your citation
In UBC wiki, you can re-use the same citation or combine citation. In order todo that, follow the steps below
- If you have duplicate citation, click on the footnote number of the duplicate citation, and press "delete" on your keyboard to remove duplicate citation
- Select Cite> Re-use
- Select the citation you want to re-use
- Done! You have combined/re-use your citation
Using Images on the Wiki
Images: Please be aware of the copyright status of materials you are going to post on the internet. Here are a few places where you can find public domain, Creative Commons free to use, Creative Commons free to reuse-type of images:
- Wikimedia Commons. Please check licensing status of each image you are going to use.
- Flickr Advanced Search. Remember to click the 'bullet' where filter the search to limit content with Creative Commons-licensed content.
- Google Advanced Image Search. Again, click the 'bullet' to limit your search to only images labeled for reuse.
Adding images to your wiki project:
- Find the image you like
- Make sure you have the proper license before you use it
- Embed the image on your wiki page
- If needed to, upload the image to UBC Wiki
- Name your images with the following file name structure: FRST270_Project_ABC.jpg
- Make sure you put the original source of the image
- Make sure you have the proper license (eg Creative Commons) to use the image
- Link the image to your wiki page
Wiki Orientation Presentation
Sharing Your Work
All wiki project pages have a template on them that allows you to add your name to the resource and indicate if you'd like to share your work via a Creative Commons license.
If you’d like your name added to the page as author as well allowing other people to re-use it as a conservation resource, you can:
- Click on the edit tab to edit your page
- Then scroll to the bottom and click on the green box at the bottom of the page
- This will generate a little pop-up with an edit button. Push the edit button.
- In the names field, add your name if you would like to be credited as the author
- In the share field, add “yes” (must be lowercase) if you would like to allow other folks to be able to reuse your page, such as by including it on the UBC open case studies site at http://cases.open.ubc.ca/. Clicking yes adds a creative commons license to the page. If left blank or no, no statement about licensing will be added to the project box.
It will look like this:
|This conservation resource was created by Will. It has been viewed over 211 times. It is shared under a CC-BY 4.0 International License.|
When you typed the following parameter:
- Your name=
- share your work?=no (or blank)
It will look like this:
|This conservation resource was created by Course:FRST370. It has been viewed over 211 times.|