Hi, thanks for using the UBC Wiki! As part of an effort to better organize the UBC Wiki, we're moving all draft and project pages to the Sandbox space of the wiki. I just moved your recently created pages to Sandbox:IDs and Sandbox:OnlineAssessment. Sandbox can be thought of as your notebook; it's a great place for collaborating on projects and building pages the Wiki.
Thanks again, -Will, WikiAdministrator 00:56, 2 December 2010 (UTC)
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I just wanted to let you know that I moved your recently created CTLT institute page from the Main Space to the Sandbox section on the wiki. The Sandbox is a notebook-like personal space that can be used for building out content, testing formatting, as well as creating or collaborating on projects. The main space is primarily a shared area of the Wiki where no one "owns" any article and everyone is encouraged to edit every page. Articles in the main space should be understandable within their own context (for example, by having an intro paragraph summarizing the main topic) and are automatically syndicated via the main wiki rss feed.
Please see Help:Namespaces for some general tips on how the UBC Wiki is organized. This chart breaks down content type by namespace. Please feel free to move your page to another part of the wiki if you feel there is a better section for it (including back to the main space).
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reply here or drop me a note on my talk page.
Would you please let me Know the new URL where I can find the content that I have been working on for the last hour.
Many thanks Afsaneh
No worries, I found it:-) http://wiki.ubc.ca/Sandbox:CTLT_Institute_Accessibility
Sorry about that - the old URL is still active; if you go to the old URL, you will be automatically redirect to the new one, which is formally here: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Sandbox:CTLT_Institute_Accessibility.
Another way to find pages that you have been working on is to use the "My contributions" link under the Personal Tools heading on the lower part of the left hand navigation column.
Again, my apologies for disrupting your workflow. Please let me know if I can do anything else.