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Pre-Institute Assignment #3:  Introduction to the Wiki  

Due:  Wednesday 6/14 


Activity 1-Login   

  * In the top-left corner, you should see an orange “login” button.  Click this button to login. 

  *Your user name and password has already been set as your first initial and last name, i.e. kgull. 

Activity 2-Homepage: Editing a page   

  *Make sure you are logged in.  You should see your username in the upper left corner if you are correctly logged in.  The orange logout button should also be visible. 

  * For this assignment, you must edit the page already created for you under “2011 Scholar Pages.”  Note: You may see another page called “My Page” at the top of your wiki screen.  This “My Page” is NOT visible to anyone but you and SHOULD NOT be used for these assignments.   

  *In the blue header at the top of the page, select “Edit page.” 

  *Add to the page your current CONTACT INFORMATION.   

  *Feel free to add links to your professional and/or personal website, information about your institute (You may choose to cut and paste directly from your Introduction assignment.  We have provided an example.), and any other items that may interest the group <Play!>. 

  *If you are inclined to try, add a photo of yourself to this page so the facilitators and staff may identify you when you arrive on site.  


Activity 3-Background: Adding a subpage   

   *Again, make certain you are logged in. 

   *For this assignment, you have to open your personal page under “2011 Assessment Scholars.” 

   *In the blue header at the top of the page select “Add page.” 

   *Once in the editing mode, change the title of the page to read “Background.”  This is the title that will appear in the hierarchy tabs to the left. 

   *On this page cut and paste three pieces of information provided on your application to the program.  They are: 

 (1) describe your teaching responsibilities, 

(2) describe your teaching challenge, and  

(3) describe your professional development goals.   

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