Here's protocol for uploading files. Any files you want to upload must be in an image format--that's Wikia's rule, not mine. If you have a resource you want to post that's in a .doc file format, first make sure that you have the right to post it online and that it's not something you don't mind people outside SMU's faculty getting hold of. Then, using Microsoft Word, you should be able to save the file as a .pdf file. .Pdfs will upload just fine. Once you've uploaded the files using the "upload image" link on the right, you can link to it just like linking to another article on WegSMU. See this article for information on uploading files and this page for a list of files that have been uploaded already. Vitaminbillwebb 20:51, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

The first paragraph says: "It is also the first class taught by graduate students in the PhD Program at the school." I find that confusing. "First" as in the history of SMU? or "first" as for the SMU English Grad students' curriculum? or "first" as in the history of the SMU English PhD program? More importantly, I'm not sure that information is necessary. Maybe I'm not thinking about the intended audience correctly. 04:09, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

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