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|Moved your new course page||0||21:13, 28 October 2011|
|Moved your course page||0||17:02, 13 October 2011|
Hi, you recently created a new page called Article 3: Bringing the Gulf Back to Life. I just want to let you know that i moved it to Course:ECON371/UBCO2011WT1/GROUP2/Article_3_:_Bringing_The_Gulf_Back_to_Life.
Grouping related class work into the same course structure keeps the wiki organized and makes it easier to use for everyone (please see my below note). Future pages created for this course should follow the above syntax. If you create a page with the wrong title by mistake, rather than creating a whole new page, you can always rename/move it. Please see Help:Moving a page for more info.
Please let me know if I can answer any questions.
Hi, thanks for using the UBC Wiki! As part of an effort to better organize the UBC Wiki, we're moving all course related content to the Course space of the wiki. The goal of this process is to make information on the UBC Wiki easier to find and to keep related course pages grouped together. I moved your course related page so it's now at Course:ECON371/UBCO2011WT1/GROUP2/Article 2 : The Great Lakes.
Previously, your page was in the the root, or Main Space, of the wiki. This namespace is primarily a shared community space and articles in this section should be encyclopedic in nature, appeal to a broad audience, and be reflective of UBC. Articles in the main space should start with an introductory sentence describing what the page is about as this space is syndicated. Finally, pages in the mainspace belong to the wiki community and we encourage anyone edit them. The Course space, on the other hand, is reserved specifically for course related material and outside editing of those pages is discourage. Additionally, the Course space can be structured hierarchically using subpages. MediaWiki will automatically add navigation links between child and parent pages and will make it easier for users to navigate pages related to a specific course.
Please let me know if I can provide further info or help out with anything.