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File permission problem with File:WisCEL Layout 1.jpg[edit]

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Professorial language[edit]

I have been working with this page to make it sound less like a University journal article and more like something an average non-educator might understand. It is not my intention to change any of the facts about the program. I'd like to get rid of the term "technology-enhanced" because it is vague. It would be nice to be able to report instead what technologies exactly were used, but the article doesn't say. —Anne Delong (talk) 22:45, 9 February 2013 (UTC)

Thankyou. It was the use of buzz words like these that made me put the advert tag on. So when you are happy, please remove the tag. Op47 (talk) 22:53, 9 February 2013 (UTC)
I am hoping that by making these changes the page will also no longer be in danger of being removed for being against the following Wikipedia policy:

"Academic language. Texts should be written for everyday readers, not for academics. Article titles should reflect common usage, not academic terminology, whenever possible."