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Tutorials and Dictionary

Postby AstusAleator » Sat Feb 17, 2007 12:59 am

I was wondering if there has ever been any focused effort on the part of the members of biology-online to revise and/or add to the collection of tutorials and dictionary terms/definitions here? I know we can contribute articles and publications, but what about the tutorials and dictionary?

I think it would a somewhat fun and informative project for active posters to take part in.
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Postby honee_v » Sat Feb 17, 2007 2:16 am

Hi AstusAleator,

The Dictionary is also open for everyone to add and update the contents but it must be done responsibly.. any changes done to any of the terms are being closely monitored by mods and admins that users marring the system would be banned/restricted for a span of time... The Tutorials are also open for user's contributions... same goes for the Directory Section..

as for the Article section, i found it necessary to post guidelines since there are users who would send contributions but had done it incorrectly.. for that reason i cannot validate their submissions so i feel sorry for their lost effort (including time) which could be avoided if only they had done so properly...

but thanks for your suggestions :wink: and i hope you would also try to contribute to these sections, aside from the forums.

if you like you may add up a new term
or you may also want to contribute to our tutorials
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