Editing Interpersonal Media (Winter 2020)

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* Complete the online training topics for week 2.
 
* Complete the online training topics for week 2.
* To practice editing and communicating on Wikipedia, introduce yourself to Salt and at least one classmate on Wikipedia (it can be anybody). Salt's username is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Altsalt Altsalt] and you can find a list of all of your classmates on the [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter)/students WikiEdu class page].
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* To practice editing and communicating on Wikipedia, introduce yourself to Salt and at least one classmate on Wikipedia. My username is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Altsalt Altsalt]. You can find a list of all of your classmates on the [https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/courses/University_of_Washington/Interpersonal_Media_(Winter)/students WikiEdu class page].
 
* Decide on an article in Wikipedia that you would like to significantly expand and improve. Please choose an article that is as short and simple as possible and we ''stronglly'' recommend that you choose a "stub" article on Wikipedia. Because some people are going to start with articles that are better than others, we're going to assess you on the amount to which you can improve the article—not on the final state of the article.
 
* Decide on an article in Wikipedia that you would like to significantly expand and improve. Please choose an article that is as short and simple as possible and we ''stronglly'' recommend that you choose a "stub" article on Wikipedia. Because some people are going to start with articles that are better than others, we're going to assess you on the amount to which you can improve the article—not on the final state of the article.
  

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