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Create an about page for your project

Other directories: help, engl1190, umw, lane, commons, open, adp, n490, hyp, mac, psu, cfcs

When you get your secret link and click it, it will bring you to a directory. It will look like this:

Here's how you can create an about page for your project.

Click into one of the (Add Question Here) documents. Change the title from (Add Question Here) to "About [whatever your project name is]":

Change to:

For this one time, obliterate the previous template content. Write a short statement on what your project is about. Do not identify students involved without their explicit consent, but if they would like to be identified as part of the team that put the project together, you might also want to add a "Project Members" section. This page can change though, so maybe punt that decision down the road.

Select all, and overwrite:

The page should show up on the site within the hour. Subsequent changes to the page should show up within 15 minutes of editing. This lack of immediate updates may feel weird at first, but you will soon find it strangely peaceful and freeing.


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