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|Hi HannahSharpe, I'm Prom3th3an and I am a experienced editor and helper of wikipedia. I have recently discovered your class's wikiproject and would like to thankyou for taking the time to contribute to Wikipedia with (what I can tell) upmost enthusiasm. Your effort is greatly appreciated. I look forward to seeing the end result of your article mid next year and most likly drop in and offer advice to you along the way as I am freely available to answer any quires you may have. A final word of advice would be WP:BEBOLD. All the Best «l| Ψrom3th3ăn ™|l» (talk) 11:56, 18 September 2008 (UTC)|
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Cingulum (anatomy) Do you feel that the addition of the complete abstract from an article in the PubMed data base, contributed to the understanding of that particular topic in a meaningful way?
Please consider the following guidelines:
- Perhaps consider this guideline when introducing information as well:
Scientific journals and Research papers. A Wikipedia article should not be presented on the assumption that the reader is well versed in the topic's field. Introductory language in the lead and initial sections of the article should be written in plain terms and concepts that can be understood by any literate reader of Wikipedia without any knowledge in the given field before advancing to more detailed explanations of the topic. While wikilinks should be provided for advanced terms and concepts in that field, articles should be written on the assumption that the reader will not follow these links, instead attempting to infer their meaning from the text.
I saw that your class was looking for mentors for your project, so I went ahead and signed up. I think it's a great idea that you are writing a biology paper and at the same time creating an article that will be useful to people around the world. If you have any questions about writing, referencing sources, reviews, or article formatting, don't hesitate to post a message on my talk page. Anything that I think can be improved in your article will be noted on the article talk page. My wife knows a lot more than I do about birth issues; I will see if I can get her advice as well. I'm looking forward to working with you to get your article promoted to GA or maybe even FA. Wronkiew (talk) 05:37, 19 November 2008 (UTC)