Please add your feedback for the Making News Roadsho
JOHN: Great relaxed atmosphere! Tutors very enthusiastic and got across how we can use the stuff we are learning NOW! Lots of support and useful hints. Only way to make it better ......tutors too enthusiatic at beginning....bit like a tennis match looking from one to the other. Cheers, John.
Nial: Came with the enthusiasm and left with the passion and the skills. It makes Citizen reporting easier, more accessible and more important than you might ever have expected. Friendly, experienced and thoroughly enjoyable. A weekend of training worth the wait. Thank you:)
How to use this wiki
What is a wiki?
Wikis are for people to easily collaborate on the creation of content. Wikipedia, one of the most successful projects on the web, is a wiki.
1) If you haven't already got a login, sign up to the site and receive an email with login details (which you should personalise).
2) Email us firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you've been added to the community.
3) Log in, then click edit top right.
4) On this page you can create wiki pages for different topics. Use the links syntax shown in syntax help new page. For the page name, use simple text with no punctuation, and preferably make it short. Extra explanatory text can go outside the square brackets.
5) Click publish at the bottom, then click the (red) new page.
6) Write or paste your content into the box. Do some formatting syntax.
7) You can set the permissions (who can see your page), before you publish for the first time. At the bottom of the page: Permissions - Viewable by: Guest - change to Community Members. If you want to change the permissions after publishing, go to Details for that page - Advanced Actions - Permissions, and change the permissions there.
8) Now click Publish below.
9) When you edit or comment on a wiki page, please sign your change or comment.