Denomination and Organisation of different Articles
Please note that pagenames should be unique and recognizable.
Don't forget to categorize all articles. There are categories for all kinds of materials, most of the important persons, theories, and all the seminars.
When you create a page, the first letter of the page name will automatically be capitalized, unless otherwise set by the admins, and spaces are represented as underscores (typing an underscore in the link will have a similar effect as typing a space, but is not recommended, since the underscore will also be shown in the text).
Please name pages that you create as Seminar tasks, and that are works in progress, like this: Seminar,Task,Name/Groupname
example: Games, Play, and Education,learningtheory,Kurt Squire,Group1
If you write an article that will be included in the wiki as material, please make a reference to the kind of material and the topic, or author that you refer to, as part of the page name:
- Essays: Title of Text (Essay) - If your article contains own opinions, deductions etc., it's most probably an essay.
- Abstracts: SecondName - Title of Text (Abstract)
- Biographies: FirstName SecondName , Corresponding pages should be collected at the bottom.
- Bibliographies: FirstName SecondName (Bibliography)
Please note that (until now) there are no pages that give an overview over a person's theories. This is, because a short description of the person's work should be part of the bibliography, and more specialized and detailed information is distributed with Abstracts and Definitions according to XYZ. For this Reason, all of these corresponding pages should be introduced at the end of a person's biography site!!
- Definitions: Topic (Disambiguation) - We use "disambiguation" pages, because we want to include different definitions of a topic by various authors.
- use the template for disambiguation pages (code:
- then in seperatated paragraphs the links to the definitions according to the different Theorys: "Topic (Definition according to Second Name/Theory)
- view existing Disambiguation pages
- WILDCARDS: If you don't know, how to name your article, if you're not sure about what you are writing, or if you are just trying out, or collecting - this is a Wildcard.
- Mark it with Article (Wildcard)
- move it once you develop a useful and reasonable nomination!