HappyCamper 00:19, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
- 1 Import?
- 2 moved to wv tamplate (wikibooks)
- 3 where and how should I begin
- 4 Main page redesign
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Hmm...You mean from Wikibooks to here? If so, it's best to add a note to Wikiversity:Import, because cutting and pasting breaks up the edit history, which is essential for bookkeeping. --HappyCamper 00:24, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
- Hey there, just trying to get back to you regarding this. I wish I had a better answer for you, but I don't. See whether User:JWSchmidt can help you out. He's more familiar with this than I am. --HappyCamper 02:48, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
"Shouldn't the Template:MovedToWikiversity template change? No I put in redirects like Wikiversity:Bones of the upper limb => Bones of the upper limb. It's very unlikely for a page moved to begin with Wikiversity: here, no? Or there should be 2 templates."
Thanks for being bold and getting to work on the Medical School pages. I think the general policy is that it is nice to use the import function to bring over pages from Wikibooks. When pages are copied over by cut and paste the histories are lost. However, if there is only one or a few authors of a page at Wikibooks, it is possible to just make a note of the original authors on the talk page for the new copy of the article at Wikiversity. I would favor a second template to mark pages at Wikibooks that have been copied over by cut and paste. That template should indicate if import should be done later (because of a large amount of author information in the history) or that the authors were copied over manually and no import is needed. --JWSchmidt 03:17, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
moved to wv tamplate (wikibooks)
I'll work with you on the template on the WB side... what do you think it should say? (I'm an admin there, and noticed your work yesterday while patrolling RCs). Probably best to only move modules like that if there are relatively few contributors. ----SB_Johnny | talk 14:14, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
where and how should I begin
I think that the first rule for a Wikiversity participant should be: edit Wikiversity pages that are about topics that you are most interested in. Wikiversity is about "learning projects" that stimulate participants and learning will happen when participants get involved with learning projects. I started a few learning projects at Cell Biology because they are of interest to me. What are your special interests? --JWSchmidt 18:57, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
Main page redesign
Hello! You commented on the proposed main page design, so I'm inviting you to view a modified version that I created. If you have the time, please post your opinion at Wikiversity talk:Main Page#Modified version. Thank you! —David Levy 08:38, 26 August 2006 (UTC)
Hi, I'm joining you. Oh ja, Nederlands mag ook. --Daniel575 15:41, 5 September 2006 (UTC)
"start with a section on Clinical Cases? It could be a place for people to test their knowledge and go looking for answers, e.g. on Wikipedia" <-- "we should run small experiments, tests, see what works, what doesn't" (source). "have more interactive features, like the ones you get when taking interactive courses for CME credit, but I'm not a programmer" <-- We can start with Test and Quiz and move on to Wikiversity:Interactive learning resources; we need to figure out how to get programmers to work on software features that are needed. We need to try setting up all kinds of ways for people to interact, ask questions, explore ideas. --JWSchmidt 04:00, 23 September 2006 (UTC)
You should be very careful. Usually I itch at once when I hear "clinical case" in an armchair context. Patients aren't files. Clinical cases must be very well prepared.
On tests and quizzes, you might get into legal things. Of course you can ask show stuff like "The oesophagus: "
1. Is continued by the intestine
2. Contacts with the heart
3. Is part of the nerve system
You can, of course, never provide a correct answer. That's correct and that's cool and open-ended. HolyZarkon 23:17, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Do the active participants wish to collaborate on an overall curriculum? Welcome back. I see you have been working flat out today. I would like to work closely with you on the school of medicine in regards to quick addition of content. Go raibh mile maith agaibh 23:08, 24 June 2008 (UTC)
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