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Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/351/how-do-i-track-student-work/.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/235/how-can-i-edit-my-timeline-how-can-i-change-the-language-in-the-modules-on-the-timeline-can-i-add-blocks-to-my-timeline/.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/330/how-do-i-find-out-who-is-my-content-expert-how-do-i-contact-my-content-expert/.

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/351/how-do-i-track-student-work/.

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Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/235/how-can-i-edit-my-timeline-how-can-i-change-the-language-in-the-modules-on-the-timeline-can-i-add-blocks-to-my-timeline/.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/330/how-do-i-find-out-who-is-my-content-expert-how-do-i-contact-my-content-expert/.

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/235/how-can-i-edit-my-timeline-how-can-i-change-the-language-in-the-modules-on-the-timeline-can-i-add-blocks-to-my-timeline/.

Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here:https://ask.wikiedu.org/question/330/how-do-i-find-out-who-is-my-content-expert-how-do-i-contact-my-content-expert/.

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Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

](https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/training)

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

](https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/training)

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

The dashboard will be your main way to see what your students are doing on Wikipedia. Here's how you can use the dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links:

Now that your course page is up and running on dashboard.wikiedu.org, the following is a list of resources you may find helpful in running your Wikipedia assignment.

Tracking Student Work:

The dashboard Dashboard will be your main way to see what your students are doing on Wikipedia. Here's how you can use the dashboard Dashboard to track student work.

Using your Timeline:

Your timeline is where your students will find the outline for your Wikipedia assignment. There they will find links to relevant handouts and training materials. You can make adjustments to your course timeline at any point throughout the term. Here's how.

Asking for help:

There are a variety of ways you can seek help regarding your Wikipedia assignment.

On your course page, you'll find a purple get help "Get Help" button in the upper right corner of the page. Both you and your students can click on this to access ask.wikiedu.org, our FAQ site, find relevant resources, or reach out to the appropriate member of the Wiki Education team to assist you.

Wiki Education Staff:

Your course is being supported by Wiki Education's Classroom Program Manager as well as one of our Wikipedia Experts. To find out who your Wikipedia Expert is and how he/she can help you and your students throughout the term, click here.

Other Useful Links: