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the new pages page

By now you should have already glanced through the Editor guide. If not, here is the relevant section on creating pages:

Wiki-Syntax Links
Wiki-syntax links are arguably the single most important feature of wikis. Here is how they work. When you are editing a page, if you put a word inside of a set of double curly brackets, it will automatically make that word into a link to a page who's title is that word.

For example:
If you were to type ((Editor guide)).
You would get Editor guide, which is a link to a page on this wiki that is labeled "user guide", in this case that is this page.

If you make a link to a page that doesn't already exist, you can click the question mark that will appear next to that link and it will create that page for you! This is how you create a page From there you can edit it just like any other page. It's that easy.


Pages to be sorted later


Once you are ready to create a new page, but aren't sure where to start from (though your department page is a good start, create one if it doesn't exist yet); just create a new link to your page from here. And I will find an appropriate place to put your link later.
Rich Haubert - ED 100
Jen's page
Tom Mihevc
new page description
Institutional Research