If you like us, please share us on social media or tell your professor. Consider building or adopting a Wikitext for your course like Prof. Dianne Bennett from Sacramento City College demonstrates in this video or Prof. Delmar Larsen from UC Davis in this video.
The following headers are meant as a guide to the sections that you need in your module. Here, before the table of contents, give a two-four sentence overview of the Module. Be straight to the point. No examples and no figures in this section. Keep the following text for automatic table of contents based on the headings below (seen in edit mode only).
Please use only heading 2 and lower, heading 1 is ugly and is avoided. In this section, give a short introduction to your topic to put it in context. The module should be easy to read; please reduce excess space, crop figures to remove white spaces, full justify all text, with the exception of equations, which should use the equation command for construction (see FAQ).
Rename to desired sub-topic. This is where you put the core text of your module. Add any number of headings necessary for your topic. Try to reduce unnecessary discussion and get to the point in a terse, yet informative, manner possible.
Rename to desired sub-topic. You can delete the header for this section and place your own related to the topic. Remember to hyperlink your module to other modules via the link button on the editor toobar.
Be careful not to copy from existing textbooks. Originality is rewarded. Make up some practice problems for the future readers. Five original with varying difficulty questions (and asnwer) are ideal.
Tags below. If no tags exist, then add two new ones: "Vet1" and the level of the module content (e.g. "Fundamental"). See FAQ for more details.
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