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This is a template page that you can use to create a new course page on Rhea. You cannot edit the text of this page. However, you can copy the source code into a new page titled with your course number + time specific details (e.g., "XYZ 123 Professor jsmith Semester Year"). To see an example of a course page, see ECE 301 Professor Boutin Fall 2008.


Rhea Section for XYZ 123 Professor jsmith, Semester, Year

Getting Started

More Help

Are you familiar with Categories
Add [[Category:XYZ]] at the top of each article to include it in the XYZ category (e.g., ECE). Similarly, add [[Category:XYZ 123]] at the top of each article to include it in the XYZ 123 category (e.g., ECE 301). You may also do the same to include it in the Semester (e.g., Fall) category, the year category (e.g., 2008), and the professor category (e.g., jsmith). In fact, you can add any category you want.

For all the pages that belong to this course, we recommend using the categories:

[[Category:XYZ]]

[[Category:XYZ 123]]

[[Category:Year]]

[[Category:Semester]]

[[Category:jsmith]]

Course Details

Click on the red text above to create a page containing the course details. The course details will then appear in place of the red text.

Course Related Material

Lecture Notes and Class Feedback

Exams

Key Points

Key points summarizing the entire class

Homework Related Material

Discussions

Area to post questions, set up study groups, etc.

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