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I took the following screenshot of the definition of Biology from Google. It's probably not the best way to illustrate how to add images, nor is it the best way to introduce material into the wiki, but it's just one example. Ideally, one would want to visit the a reliable source, such as NTNU's Department of Biology's homepage. They perform research in the biosphere, so it makes sense that they might be experts. I would add an external link to that as follows: [https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology]
 
I took the following screenshot of the definition of Biology from Google. It's probably not the best way to illustrate how to add images, nor is it the best way to introduce material into the wiki, but it's just one example. Ideally, one would want to visit the a reliable source, such as NTNU's Department of Biology's homepage. They perform research in the biosphere, so it makes sense that they might be experts. I would add an external link to that as follows: [https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology]
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Another option might be to introduce a video. This is pretty easy to do. I took the following video from YouTube.<br /><youtube>6v8djXa-IPQ</youtube><p>
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<ul><li class="mw_paragraph">I took the following screenshot of the definition of Biology from Google. It's probably not the best way to illustrate how to add images, nor is it the best way to introduce material into the wiki, but it's just one example. Ideally, one would want to visit the a reliable source, such as NTNU's Department of Biology's homepage. They perform research in the biosphere, so it makes sense that they might be experts. I would add an external link to that as follows: [https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology]
  
 
[[File:Biology-GoogleDef.png|left|middle|border]]
 
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<span>Another option might be to introduce a video. This is pretty easy to do. I took the following video from YouTube.</span>
 
<span>Another option might be to introduce a video. This is pretty easy to do. I took the following video from YouTube.</span>
<youtube>6v8djXa-IPQ</youtube>
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<youtube>6v8djXa-IPQ</youtube></li></ul>

Revision as of 10:05, 16 October 2018

I took the following screenshot of the definition of Biology from Google. It's probably not the best way to illustrate how to add images, nor is it the best way to introduce material into the wiki, but it's just one example. Ideally, one would want to visit the a reliable source, such as NTNU's Department of Biology's homepage. They perform research in the biosphere, so it makes sense that they might be experts. I would add an external link to that as follows: https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology

Biology-GoogleDef.png
Another option might be to introduce a video. This is pretty easy to do. I took the following video from YouTube.

  • I took the following screenshot of the definition of Biology from Google. It's probably not the best way to illustrate how to add images, nor is it the best way to introduce material into the wiki, but it's just one example. Ideally, one would want to visit the a reliable source, such as NTNU's Department of Biology's homepage. They perform research in the biosphere, so it makes sense that they might be experts. I would add an external link to that as follows: https://www.ntnu.edu/biology/about-us/what-is-biology
    Biology-GoogleDef.png

    Another option might be to introduce a video. This is pretty easy to do. I took the following video from YouTube.