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"I've got a lot of courses, lectures, notes, materials....etc" <-- please make sure that your school does not claim to own these materials. Wikiversity can only use learning materials that are "free" in the sense that they can be made available to the world under the GFDL. --JWSchmidt 17:00, 25 September 2006 (UTC)

Dont worry they are all free. They can be made available to the world --Moo7a 03:31, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

Help requestEdit

Hi Moo7a

When I first came to the Wikiversity site about a month ago I was confused about what was going on here. Since then I've been editing and expanding the Newcomers page as I've made discoveries.

Right now I'm trying to learn something of the range of Learning Projects (Courses) on offer and share my discoveries on a "Featured Pages" page — examples for newcomers showing the range of what's possible here.

I'd greatly appreciate links to good Learning Projects in Engineering & Technology (or elsewhere). I'd especially welcome your commentaries on:

  • how they use the site to teach
  • how many students have been attracted, where they're coming from, whether they're following through
  • what's notable about each course sited
  • how well (or not) the wiki software and Wikiversity delivers an environment to conduct learning

Best wishes

morley 22:26, 7 November 2006 (UTC)