Hi Janarius. Welcome to the site.
Heres a copy of our welcome information just to help you get orientated. Contact me if you have any questions etc.
Even if you are experienced on Wikipedia, I suggest you read our beginners guide, as we do a lot of things differently on the Psychology Wiki.
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Dr Joe Kiff 16:40, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
- Hi Janarius. Its good to see you getting involved. Had you seen this text on the current events page:
Check out our new Universities page. If you are studying psychology at University you might like to add your university to our Universities page, a list of institutions offering psychology courses at degree level.
You can link your psychology department's homepage there, and use the University/Newman College example to build up a resource for your fellow students and staff for course & subject material.
It is also possible to create pages on staff members, research fellows and lecturers, with links to their academic homepages and areas of research. Create your institution wiki article today and get your University on the map!
Would you be interested in putting up a copy of your syllabus and linking to the appropriate wiki pages? At some point it will be a priority to upgrade those pages most commonly linked to by courses so the more information we have about this the better. What do you think? Dr Joe Kiff 22:45, 31 August 2007 (UTC)