Talk:Moodle documentation FAQ
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The "Reminder" in "Who can Edit MoodleDocs"
The sentence "A reminder, this is not a school site and people from all over the world use this documentation site every day." appears in the first section of this page. I'm not sure what that reminder is reminding people of, will you explain it to me? Is there a particular behavior being discouraged? I understand the implication is that the documentation is used every day, but why specifically point out that it isn't a school site? I'm missing some piece of acculturation that makes this statement relevant. Can it be worded more clearly? Perhaps describing the behaviors that seem appropriate but aren't?
Alan Post 02:48, 4 November 2011 (WST)
- Good question Alan :-) It seems people get confused and think Moodle Docs is for adding course content for students, such as a syllabus, lecture notes or homework assignments. You'll notice I've reworded the FAQ. Please feel free to improve it further! --Helen Foster 16:06, 4 November 2011 (WST)