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Getting Started as a Knowledge Base Contributor


Thanks so much for taking the time to contribute to the Coventry University Group Teaching Knowledge Base. This resource was put together with input from colleagues around the university group, and its creators very much intend to go on as they began.

To do that, we need you.

To help keep us all on the same page and create the highest quality content we can, it’s important for all of our contributors to do the following:

  1. Explore the knowledge base: As you think of new content to create for our educators, it’s important that you’re aware of what resources exist already in order to avoid duplicate content and to promote good internal linking
  2. Read the Submission Guidelines: This will tell you everything about writing for the web, accessibility and boring things like linking to other resources (including your own)
  3. Brush up on WordPress: The editor supports a wide variety of content which can help make your posts stand out to our colleagues. Check out our guide on using WordPress to make the most of it.

If you have any questions, reach out to whoever added you to the knowledge base or email the Disruptive Media Learning Lab.

Updated on January 22, 2021