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The AMACWiki serves as the content management and repository system for the [http://www.amac.uga.edu Alternative Media Access Center].  A [[Wikipedia:wiki|wiki]] is a type of collaborative website where users can create, edit, and store content.  The AMACWiki pages provide content for the various users served by AMAC.
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The AMACWiki serves as the content management and repository system for the [http://www.amacusg.org Alternative Media Access Center].  A [[Wikipedia:wiki|wiki]] is a type of collaborative website where users can create, edit, read, and store content.  The AMACWiki pages provide content for the various users served by AMAC.
  
The AMACWiki is written collaboratively by the [http://www.amac.uga.edu/staff.php AMAC staff].
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The AMACWiki is written collaboratively by the [http://www.amacusg.org/contact.php#3 AMAC staff].
  
Visitors do not need special permission or an account to access the AMACWiki, as their only role is to read pages that cover existing content.  Only AMAC Staff may contribute or edit content, and therefore, are the only users of the AMACWiki required to have an account.  AMAC staff must login to their account to create or edit content.  Otherwise, they will be treated as a visitor.
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Visitors do not need special permission or an account to access the AMACWiki, as their only role is to read pages that cover existing content.  Only AMAC staff may contribute or edit content, and therefore, are the only users of the AMACWiki required to have an account.  AMAC staff must login to their account to create or edit content.  Otherwise, they will be treated as a visitor.

Latest revision as of 14:58, 16 July 2010

The AMACWiki serves as the content management and repository system for the Alternative Media Access Center. A wiki is a type of collaborative website where users can create, edit, read, and store content. The AMACWiki pages provide content for the various users served by AMAC.

The AMACWiki is written collaboratively by the AMAC staff.

Visitors do not need special permission or an account to access the AMACWiki, as their only role is to read pages that cover existing content. Only AMAC staff may contribute or edit content, and therefore, are the only users of the AMACWiki required to have an account. AMAC staff must login to their account to create or edit content. Otherwise, they will be treated as a visitor.