User:Koavf/Userboxes/Litbox You may have noticed this rectangle has been placed on your userpage:
This is called a userbox and there are a variety of them that you can add to your userpage to express your interests, political values, dietary preferences, etc. You are not required to have one and there is virtually no limit to how many you can have.
I have placed this on your userpage because your instructor has informed me that some of you have had difficulty remembering or finding your coursepage. This link will be right here on your userpage unless you decide to remove it (which you can do at any time.) If you ever forget how to get to your class resources, just click on your username up in the top-right of the screen and you'll be just one more click away.
If you need to reach me (one of your two Campus Ambassadors), my contact information is here: User:Koavf/CA.
Please remember to pace yourself and be aware that 90% of writing a good article is well-formed prose and citing your sources. Anything extraneous or technical is where I can be of assistance. (And if you need help editing your prose or finding sources, I can try to give a hand there as well.)
I hope you all have a good day and a productive semester. I'll see some of you this coming Wednesday and any of you if you wish to schedule a time to meet. —Justin (koavf)❤T☮C☺M☯ 16:55, 8 February 2012 (UTC)
Maria Edgeworth talk page
Hi, I'm wondering whether the list of edits, or other information on the study program, should be placed on the Talk page of the Maria Edgeworth article. The Talk page is specifically for discussing improvements to the article. I have edited thousands of articles and have not seen the Talk page used this way before. Regards Hohenloh + 16:33, 22 March 2012 (UTC)
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Wikipedia Education Program Student Survey
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