User talk:Robert McLaughlin
I just saw your first edit - nice to have you around (all corrections are welcome, of course)! Yesterday's reading group brought an American student into my house who promised to do the blog for next week, I'll contact Jutta Schwarzkopf to get her Paris experiences. We'll see whether we get this thing going, and I should open a list of potential writers. In any case: communication within the wiki is extremely easy and fast. Unlike StudIP, the medium is entirely transparent and un-hierarchical - people can access it from all over the world, you can actually google our pages, and I am sure, I'll get them a good ranking. So much for the moment. I'd be extremely delighted if I could get you as an active participant into this thing. It is the ideal medium to produce communication between students and staff - and this is what the whole project is all about. I shall show you some of the interesting features any time you feel like it. best --Olaf Simons 11:57, 21 April 2007 (CEST)
- PS. You can sign contributions on talk- and discussion-pages with ~~~~ - the wiki turns this into your signature the moment you save the page.
You need a new page
- Having seen what you needed I opened a regular page for you Buddy program. I gave it a short announcement at current events and a link to your page with details.
- Templates are the complex option for fragments you want to see on several pages. You create on template with the text and include that template wherever you want this information to become visible. --Olaf Simons 17:36, 30 June 2008 (CEST)
You can change
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- der Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst 53175 Bonn-Bad Godesberg, Kennedyallee 50 (insbesondere zu den DAAD-Stipendienprogrammen "Anglisten nach Großbritannien und Irland" bzw. "Anglisten nach Nordamerika")