User:Ageary/Wiki Meetup training

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Volunteer shifts

Name Monday, 10-12 Monday, 12-2 Tuesday, 10-12 Tuesday, 12-2 Wednesday, 10-12 Wednesday, 12-2
Arman Khaxar Yes
Chandra Prakash Dubey Yes
Debiprasad Rath Yes
Hany I. El-Desoky Yes Yes Yes
Ifeanyi Collins Ikueze Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Jinlong Yang Yes
Neeraj Duhoon Yes
Olasukanmi Ajayi Yes Yes
Olivier Organowski Yes Yes Yes
Sherry Rath Yes
Taseer Ahmad Yes
Wenlong Wang Yes

Upcoming events

Informal meet & greet with Isaac and Andrew

At Annual Meeting, Isaac Farley and Andrew Geary will be on hand at the Convention Center in the Great Hall Foyer from 5-7pm to do an informal meet and greet, give you time to check out the space, and say hi. Feel free to stop by for any length of time.

  • Sunday, 18 October, 5:00-7:00pm CDT

Past trainings

Wiki Meetup: 5 most common questions

Find the answers to the 5 questions here (PDF).

5 questions

  1. How accurate is the information within the SEG Wiki? Are the articles peer reviewed?
    1. This question will also address:
      1. risks associated with housing inaccurate or incomplete content,
      2. the quality of content contained within Wikipedia, and
      3. difference between the SEG Wiki and Wikipedia.
  2. How can the wiki benefit me?
  3. Why should I contribute to the wiki?
    1. This question will also address:
      1. the ideal wiki contributor/contribution,
      2. easiest way to start contributing, and
      3. editing Oz Yilmaz’s Seismic Data Analysis and Robert Sheriff’s Encyclopedic Dictionary.
  4. What are the best pages to look at to get an idea of the content in the wiki?
  5. Is there any content that I cannot add to the wiki?

Training

2008 age of ocean plates

4 August

6 August

29 September, 7 October

Help

Training assignments

Creating your own profile

  1. Add user page to the SEG Wiki
    1. To access your user page, first make sure to login to SEG's single sign-on system (SSO) using your login credentials
    2. Then, visit your user page (click on Create on top right)
    3. Add your own personal information under each category
    4. For a strong example of a user page, check out the user page of Elizabeth Warren, journals production editor for GEOPHYSICS and Interpretation.
  2. Add a sandbox — add [[/Sandbox/]] to your newly created user page, save page and then click on the red link that appears. Try some editing - you can do anything you like here and it does not impact the content on the main wiki.
  3. To add additional sandboxes, change the name of the pages (no need to delete the original Sandbox page). For example, [[/Test 2/]], [[/AVO test/]], and so forth.

Information can include:

  • Companies and professional affiliations
  • Expertise, topics of interest
  • One question about the wiki
  • One new page idea for the wiki
  • A photo (if you'd like)
{{DISPLAYTITLE:My name here}}
[[File:ENTER FILE NAME|thumb|right|ENTER CAPTION]]
Insert introduction - name, job title, contact information.

==Companies and professional affiliations==
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==Expertise I can offer==
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==3 definitions that need updated in Sheriff's ''Dictionary''==
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==One question for the SEG Wiki staff==
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==Testing ground==
#[[/Sandbox/]]

Knowledge tree

If you have already created a user page, visit the knowledge tree and pick a topic listed to add additional content.

The knowledge tree outlines the main articles under three subjects: geophysics, geology, and petroleum engineering. Please add 1-2 sentences for each item, outlining its role within geosciences. To develop each article further, click the link and begin building or editing the existing page. If you see any major topics missing, please add under its relevant heading.

Create a new article - step by step

  1. Add a link to an existing page OR click on the red link that appears in the result page when you search for the article
    1. Tips for naming articles
  2. Click the red link you just made to start the new page
  3. Write the introduction
  4. Add links liberally, but not willy-nilly
  5. Write the article, adding references as you go
  6. Add See also, External links, and References sections
  7. If it’s a stub, add {{stub}}
  8. Add it to at least one [[Category:Example]]
  9. Add #REDIRECT pages for the new article
  10. Search the wiki and link from related articles

QUICK LAYER: Visit the article template and how to name an article for more information.

Notes and links

Veracity of wiki content

Public wikis