Types of Content on the Wiki
The wiki hosts a variety of information that is curated at different levels of granularity, some of the content are generated by the Global Assembly's team, while plentiful of contextualized content are generated by GA's community of community hosts and cluster facilitators. Moreover the wiki would accept crowdsourced inputs from the general public.
Thus, It's important to highlight to distinguish the different types of content on the wiki, Each page on the wiki that contains content has a header that indicates the type authorship of the content.
The following are the three types of content headers you will encounter on the wiki.
Global Assembly's Content
This header is associated with the content that is originally the work of Global Assembly's team.
|Global Assembly Content. This content is designed and created by Global Assembly's Team.|
Translated and Contextualized Content
This header is associated with the content that is the work of Global Assembly community of community hosts and Cluster Facilitators, May be translated and or contextualized versions of materials that are originally published by the GA Team, and it also can be Nobel content authored by GA community.
This type of content is listed under the namespace Community:
|Translated and Contextualized Content.
This content is an adapted version of Page_Name.
This header is associated with the content that is crowdsourced by the general public, the authors of the content may be known or anonymous, the Global Assembly holds no official moderation on this type of content.
This type of content is listed under the namespace Crowd:
This content is an un-curated section where anyone can adapt, contextualize, translate and interpret.