Orientation to the site

The site runs on wiki software. It is visible to the world but only members of the site can add pages and edit pages.

You can't do any damage accidentally because a wiki keeps a copy of previous versions of each page which can be easily restored.

The site is organised with two menus. The top menu is a curated collection of resources that you may find useful in your thinking about academic practice. The side or vertical menu links to the nuts and bolts of doing the course, using the wiki and so on.

The wiki will be edited often during the course, you can see what changes have been made by clicking on the Recent Changes link in the side menu.

The wiki has a good search function. The search box is at the top right of every page.

The wiki also makes use of tags which are added to pages, allowing you to locate all pages with the same tag.

To edit or add to the wiki, you need to be logged on. You can tell if you are by checking the top right of each page which will have your username displayed.

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