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FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions

NB: This FAQ page is a work in progress. Please contact us if you spot any problems. Our emails are on the main home page. 

 

How can I join this wiki?

Click on "request access" on the top right of the screen. Alternatively you can contact a site administrator directly; our emails are on the main home page.  When requesting access to this wiki, please leave a message with your full name and your connection to ELT in Australia or New Zealand.

 

I have some feedback/questions about the wiki. How can I contact you?

We'd love to hear from you. You can comment on specific pages using the comment box at the bottom of the page. Alternatively you can contact a site administrator directly - our emails are on the main home page.

 

I have some Australia-related links that are relevant to the wiki. Can I include them?

Yes please! This is a collaborative site that depends on the community to contribute to it - the more people who get involved, the better the site will be. There are two ways to contribute your link:

1) If you are an accepted wiki user: Click on the EDIT tab at the top of the page you want to add something to. Add your link in the appropriate place, respecting the same formatting/style as used on the rest of the page. Click on "Save" on the bottom-left-hand corner of the screen.

2) Contact a site administrator directly - our emails are on the main home page.

 

I have created some Australia-related materials. Can I include them?

YES! Materials created by practising teachers are usually the best resource of all, and thank you for sharing them! Here's how:

1. You must agree and ensure that the work is entirely your own, and not "borrowed" from any other sources. #AusELT is a community initiative and individual members of the community are responsible for the upload and use of copyright-sensitive materials.

2. Download our template here. This ensures you are maintaining your own copyright whilst agreeing for it to be used freely by other practising teachers for teaching purposes. This is a "Creative Commons" licence, and you can read more about what the symbols mean here.

3. Cut and paste your material into the template, save as a PDF to help avoid other people changing your work.

4. Go to the wiki page which is relevant to your materials (you must be an accepted wiki user). Click on the EDIT tab at the top of the page. Add a title/description of your materials in the appropriate place, respecting the same formatting/style as used on the rest of the page. Click on "Upload" on the top right-hand side of the page. Click on "Save" in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.

 

What about materials that aren't directly related to Australia but are created by Australian teachers?

While the wiki is dedicated to curating Australia-related materials for classroom use, we also want to support creative Australian teachers, and will be establishing a page for this soon.

 

I still have a question! What do I do?

Contact a site administrator - our emails are on the main home page. 

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