Introductions


If you are coming to post your introductions as I told you to do, you are in the right place.

Please add an entry for yourself below, under the heading for your section (if there is more than one). Write your name (your real name) as a wikiword: FirstnameLastname, surrounded by double brackets. When you edit this page (that is, the very page you are reading now) to add your name, you will see that Robert Haskins did it this way: [[RobertHaskins]].

Once you have added your name, hit "Save." After the page has reloaded, click on your name. Doing so will take you to your page.

You may do whatever you wish on your page, as long as you include your introduction at the top of the page.

Click on Robert's name to see a lame example. There is a way to include files and show pictures, but I will leave it up to you to figure out how to do so.

Please be careful about what you post; this information is out on the web, viewable by anyone. In addition, as this is a class website, please do not post anything offensive. Remember, if you do post a link to a blog or MySpace site, Dr. Miller may very well see what you do when you are not in his class.








Phil105: Critical thinking

RobertHaskins - The example student. Click on his name to see an example introduction.