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suellausc
suellausc
Finding the completed resources
Jun 6 2011, 12:13 AM EDT | Post edited: Jun 6 2011, 12:13 AM EDT
Hi Carmen - thanks for the acknowledgement of my application to join ANTS. Can you please tell me about my permissions. Can I write to the wiki with my current permissions? I can't see how to do so. Also, can you please point me to the best site to view the existing resources. Is it the DSpace link?

Thanks - Suella
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Kazakoff
Kazakoff
1. RE: Finding the completed resources
Jun 6 2011, 8:10 AM EDT | Post edited: Jun 6 2011, 8:10 AM EDT
Hi Suella:

We control entries on some pages (the stuff about how to contribute to ANTS, ANTS History, etc) but anything on the Discussion Forum - or in our Tutorials Lists - is writeable. I cannot remember if our Best Practices section is open or not - but the following certainly are. (http://ants.wetpaint.com/page/Online+Resources+Identified+for+Animated+Tutorial+Development
http://ants.wetpaint.com/page/Information+Literacy+Tutorials+Identified+for+Development

Since you are at the Adopt a Tutorial Page I am assuming you are going to do one, so you will need to select Easy Edit for the page a tutorial is on and then write to it. The database tutorials are listed in separate alphabetical ranges - based on the name of the project (Jstor, Academic Search Premier, Psychinfo, etc.) so you will go to that one's page and edit.

If you do not see a database or information literacy tutorial in the list and want to do a tutorial for it, simply add it to the list. We want the list to be dynamic so do add content if it is not listed.

Thanks for volunteering to adopt a tutorial!

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Cheers,

Carmen
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