Hi, thanks for using the UBC Wiki! As part of an effort to better organize the UBC Wiki, we're moving all test pages to the Sandbox space of the wiki. I just moved all of your recently created pages to this space by adding the prefix "Sandbox:" (note the colon) to the beginning of your page titles, for example Sandbox:EDCP562: DLG3 Introduction. The Sandbox can be thought of as your notebook or playground; it's a great place for drafting pages, collaborating on projects, and trying out the Wiki. Please see Help:Namespaces for some general tips on how the UBC Wiki is organized.
When your pages have content, you might consider moving them to the Course namespace. You can look at Help:Using_the_UBC_Wiki_for_Course_Work for tips and suggestions on how to structure and organize your course pages on the wiki.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to drop me a note on my talk page.
Will - WikiAdministrator 17:24, 29 September 2010 (UTC)
Hi, thanks again for using the UBC Wiki. I noticed that you created some new course pages and I just wanted to let you know that I organized them using the following naming protocol: Course:EDCP562/Chapter_7 and Course:EDCP562/Chapter_7/History_of_Computer_Technologies_in_the_classroom. The prefix "Course:" indicates that a page is in the Course namespace. A forward slash "/", indicates a subpage, (thus Chapter 7 is a subpage of Course:EDCP562). When you organize pages as subpages, the UBC Wiki software will create automatic navigation links between the subpages and the parent pages. The pages Help:Subpages and Help:Namespaces have more information about these topics.
Please let me know if this makes sense or if I could provide more information or help in any way.
Will - WikiAdministrator 18:01, 5 October 2010 (UTC)