Help:Create New Page
You can quickly create a new page at the getting started section on the Kumu main page. Please note that you will have to log-in to the wiki with your CWL before you can create or edit the Kumu Wiki.
Before You Begin
Make sure that any pages you create are in the right space of the wiki. For example, course related material should go in the Course space. If you're not sure what space your page belongs in, you might want to check out this helpful chart. The Sandbox is a good place to begin and you can always move or rename your page later. The namespace prefix (such as Course:) should be left in the input form. Please see Help:Namespaces for more information on how the UBC Wiki is organized.
To create a subpage using the below forms, write the name of the parent page, add a forward slash, and then the name of the child page (the proper syntax is Prefix:Parent Page/Child page). Please note the page titles are case sensitive. Please see Help:Subpages for more info.
How to Use The Notepad Space
The Kumu Wiki is organized into different content areas to accommodate different needs and the Notepad is a place to work, experiment, collaborate, and play using the wiki. To add pages to the Notepad, simply add the prefix Notepad: before your page title.
Create a New Sandbox Page
How the Sandbox can be used
- Create your own test pages
- Create a meeting agenda
- Collaborate with colleagues on a presentation
- Play with formatting a page
- Create a page to coordinate or start a conversation about a project
- Write an essay or assignment
- Take meeting notes
- Plan a party
- Develop a thesis
- Use it as a space to brainstorm your ideas
- The sandbox is your playground - use it however you want
Create a New Mainspace Page
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Create a New Course Page
|Create a New Course Page|
Wikis are widely used for documentation as they allow colleagues to collaborate, update, and centrally store manuals and guides. Wikis work well for this purpose as there is no need to continually send out updated files to individual colleagues. As soon as you update your wiki pages, everyone who accesses those pages will have access to the most current information. Likewise, the open nature of wikis allow anyone who has new information to update the documentation. Just remember, this space is, like the rest of TRU Kumu wiki, wide open to anyone at TRU to write and to anyone else in the world to read. Please see Help:Contents for more information on using the Kumu Wiki.
Create a New Documentation Page
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