Study Study Study

Ack! What to study for comps??? So much information!!

I've put together a bunch of stuff that I've gathered from classes and fellow students over the last couple of months to help get a handle on this whole Comps thing. My hope is that if we can get enough people studying together, then this won't be such a daunting challenge.

Join the site and add your own content. Share this site with others.
The more people who contribute, the more we can learn from one another!

Would you like to join the SLISComps Wiki Group?

All you have to do to join the SLISComps Wiki is to create a Wikidot Account and enter the password. If you don't have the password and you would like it, please send me an email.

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it is worth it and is free

How do I add content to the Wiki?

Wikidot is pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it. There is an edit button at the bottom of every page. Wikidot doesn't support HTML yet, but the Wiki Syntax page shows you how to code using Wikidot language. Also, each edit page has a series of buttons at the top, much like a word processing program, which allows you to insert basic code segments without having to remember them.

You can also create new pages by entering the title of the page you want to create in the text box in the left column. If you create a new page, try to find a place in the navigation to place it. You can always reach me via the contact button on the left if you have any questions or comments.

Thanks! :)

I just wanted to tell everyone GOOD LUCK tomorrow! Also thanks to Pam for putting this up. It has been a big help. -Cassie

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