User talk:Noahgford

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Hello, Noahgford, and welcome to Wikipedia! My name is Yunshui, and I am your Online Ambassador for Dr Mynlieff's Neurobiology course. My job here is to help you work within Wikipedia's policies and guidelines, to answer any questions that you have about editing here, and to act as your advocate in the (unlikely) event that you find yourself in a dispute with another user.

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Note from instructor[edit]

Noahgford, where is your userpage with links and image?--MMBiology (talk) 00:12, 31 January 2013 (UTC)

Well done![edit]

Congratulations on navigating the complexities of images on Wikipedia to successfully place a picture on your userpage (awesome choice, by the way!). If you want a bit more information on image use and formatting here, check out this short essay Yunshui  11:19, 31 January 2013 (UTC)

Orphaned non-free image File:Electrophysiological findings table.jpg[edit]

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Note that any non-free images not used in any articles will be deleted after seven days, as described in the criteria for speedy deletion. Thank you. Stefan2 (talk) 01:26, 21 March 2013 (UTC)

Hi Stefan2 thanks for informing me about the deletion policy for images. The image in question will be going live on the Electromyoneurography article page that is being edited as part of a Neurobiology course at Marquette University. The article that we have composed will be going live tomorrow. Noahgford (talk) 16:21, 21 March 2013 (UTC)

Orphaned non-free media (File:Electrophysiological findings table.jpg)[edit]

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Help us improve the Wikipedia Education Program[edit]

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