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Look for articles in your field categorized as stubs. If you can't find good candidates, contact the Content Expert assigned to your course with a brief overview of what your course will cover, and they can help steer you in a good direction.

Look Your first stop for finding articles in your field categorized as stubs. If that students can work on will be our Finding Articles orientation. This introduces the article category system, Wiki Projects, the article assessment tables, and shows you can't find good candidates, contact how to add a topic you've selected to the Content Expert assigned to list of "Available Articles" on the Articles tab of your course with a brief overview of what your course will cover, and they can help steer you in a good direction.page.

Follow up questions: How do I add articles to the available article list on the Dashboard? Answer: here.

Your first stop for finding articles that students can work on will be our Finding Articles orientation. This introduces the article category system, Wiki Projects, the article assessment tables, and shows you how to add a topic you've selected to the list of "Available Articles" on the Articles tab of your course page.

Follow up questions:

  • How do I add articles to the available article list on the Dashboard? Answer: here.

  • How do students assign themselves "available articles"? Answer here.

Your first stop for finding articles that students can work on will be our Finding Articles orientation. This introduces the article category system, Wiki Projects, and the article assessment tables, tables.

At the end of the orientation you should be able to review content on Wikipedia related to your course and generate an article list yourself. The training also shows you how to add a topic you've selected to the list of "Available Articles" on the Articles tab of your course page.

Follow up questions:

  • How do I add articles to the available article list on the Dashboard? Answer: here.

  • How do students assign themselves "available articles"? Answer here.

Your first stop for finding articles that students can work on will be our Finding Articles orientation. This introduces the article category system, Wiki Projects, and the article assessment tables.

At the end of the orientation you should be able to review content on Wikipedia related to your course and generate an article list yourself. The training also shows you how to add a topic you've selected to the list of "Available Articles" on the Articles tab of your course page.

Follow up questions:

Your first stop for finding articles that students can work on will be our Finding Articles orientation. This introduces the article category system, Wiki Projects, and the article assessment tables.

At the end of the orientation you should be able to review content on Wikipedia related to your course and generate an article list yourself. list. The training also shows you how to add a topic you've selected to the list of "Available Articles" on the Articles tab of your course page.

We have also adapted this training for students: Finding Articles student training.

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