I am user:Guy vandegrift on Wikipedia, Wikversity, and Commons. I also teach six semester-long college courses in Physics and Astronomy, and am attempting to incoporate wikitext in all my efforts.
Here are my four best projects:
- The Chapter Summary equations have been slightly modified and placed at https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/OpenStax_College_Physics/Equations_(master) This document uses transclusions that should permit a person with modest wikitext skills to modify and compress this into a few pages of formulas for use while taking exams. To understand how this modification works, visit my own Lake Campus version. For the benefit of viewers, I have used green colored text on most of my added formulas at https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Wright_State_University_Lake_Campus/University_Physics_Volume_1/Equations
- I believe that an exam bank should be written with this formula sheet in mind, and for that reason will postpone further development of my open questonbank (808 questions for all six courses). This bank still needs a lot of work, but can be found at https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Quizbank/Entire_bank
- One way to improve the bank would be to assign the writing of new questions to the students. They need to write in wikitext, but in an environment where they cannot copy each other's efforts. My wikifarm for these purposes is at https://wright.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page
- Instructors also need a wiki to construct their own stash of "secret" questions that the students cannot see before the test. The wiki I plan to use for these purposes would also permit collaboration between those scholars who wish to publish research papers under a Creative Commons license. Currently a draft of a paper on Bell's theorem can be found at https://wikiversity.miraheze.org/wiki/Main_Page
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