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|Welcome! My name is Cindamuse, and I'm an Online Ambassador.
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Have fun! Best regards, Cindy(talk to me)03:44, 28 March 2012 (UTC)
Summary of policies and guidelines
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Starting an article
Hello, As Dr Obar, probably mentioned I am one of the two Campus Ambassadors for your class - hopefully I will be able to come in person and say hello but till then, I wanted to say welcome to the class and feel free to ask me any questions you may have. Chris/Epistemophiliac (talk) 17:43, 14 January 2012 (UTC)
- 1 Questions for our class ambassador
- 2 How to cite a court case
- 3 Welcome to Wikipedia: check out the Teahouse!
- 4 Further Activities by NetworkedTogether
Questions for our class ambassador
Hi Chris, I look forward to someday meeting you in person. I have many questions I would love to ask- 1. How long have you been editing Wikipedia? 2. What do you find most enjoyable about working on Wikipedia? 3. What do you find most difficult or frustrating working on Wikipedia? 4. What would be your primary tip to new Wikipedians? Thanks! NetworkedTogether (talk) 19:27, 23 January 2012 (UTC)
How to cite a court case
Prometheus Radio Project v. FCC, 373 F.3d 372 (3d Cir. 2004) - This is the official way to cite a case
Prometheus Radio Project v. FCC (3d Cir. 2004) - This will be sufficient for our class
Welcome to Wikipedia: check out the Teahouse!
Further Activities by NetworkedTogether
Internet Policy Issues
Added to Telecommunication Policy Article
In the name of public interest, a large proportion of Telecommunications policy is concerned with the economic regulation of interstate as well as international communication. This includes all communication by radio, telephone, wire, cable and satellite. Telecommunications policy outlines antitrust laws as is common for industries with large barriers to entry. Other features of the policies addressed include common carrier laws which controls access to networks. While the telephone providers are required to be common carriers, there is an ongoing net neutrality debate about the obligations of ISP's.
The management of Government owned resources spectrum includes such items as the electromagnetic spectrum which facilitates all wireless communications. There is a naturally limited quantity of usable spectrum that exists, therefore the market demand is immense, especially as use of mobile technology, which uses the electromagnetic spectrum, expands. One of the goals of the FCC is to best utilize this limited resource in such a way will bring about the "highest and best use".. License to use spectrum was originally determined by committee, however, since 1993 it has been determined by an auction to assure that the licensee is both qualified and motivated to make best use of this commodity.
Growth of online education- former Stanford professor offering class on how to make a search engine How to Make a Search Engine
DYK nomination of Minority Ownership of Media Outlets in the United States
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Wikipedia Education Program Student Survey
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