Talk:Community College of Allegheny County
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I removed the additional links. They were only useful to faculty or current students, not the casual reader or researcher.--Sand Squid 21:07, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
Several of the images at date illustrating the article seem to have been yoinked from the college website, where there is no indication of free licnese. Unless permission is confirmed, they may be deleted. As they're rather low res photos anyway, perhaps we can do better. Can someone at or around the Univerisity with a digital camera can take and upload under a free license a few original photos of the campus?
I have some original pictures which are nice but i haven't ever contributed to Wikipedia before and have no idea how/where to upload them to. I'm pretty computer savvy but not with coding/editing webpages. If you can give me a link to where i can upload them, i would be happy to do so.
Teaching with Wikipedia Workshop at CMU (Aug 15)
Editors interested in this article may find the Teaching with Wikipedia Workshop that will take place at CMU on Aug 15 of interest. This workshop is open to general public, and is a joint imitative of CMU and Pitt). There will be another workshop held at Pitt in the Fall as well. It will cover how to include Wikipedia in one's course (WP:SUP) and also how to become a Wikipedia:Campus Ambassadors. Pennsylvania has currently only one ambassador (myself) and it would be great if we could recruit at least several more. Ambassadors help course instructors, showing them how Wikipedia works, and interact with students. Many current ambassadors come from the body of students, faculty and university staff; it is a fun adventure, and adds to one resume/CV, to boot :) If it sounds interesting, feel free to ask me any questions, or to come to the workshop. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| talk 20:33, 9 August 2011 (UTC)