User talk:Luis Cordova
Welcome to the Citizendium! We hope you will contribute boldly and well. Here are pointers for a quick start. You'll probably want to know how to get started as an author. Just look at CZ:Getting Started for other helpful "startup" links, and CZ:Home for the top menu of community pages. Be sure to stay abreast of events via the Citizendium-L (broadcast) mailing list (do join!) and the blog. Please also join the workgroup mailing list(s) that concern your particular interests. You can test out editing in the sandbox if you'd like. If you need help to get going, the forums is one option. That's also where we discuss policy and proposals. You can ask any constable for help, too. Me, for instance! Just put a note on their "talk" page. Again, welcome and have fun! D. Matt Innis 09:10, 23 September 2008 (CDT)
Some ideas for contributions
Hello Luis, welcome aboard CZ. Matt has already given you some hints as to how things work here in general, and I wish to add some more practical hints on what possibilities you have to contribute. As you supplied little information upon registration, I just chose some topics that may be of interest to you and display below the current state of the related CZ articles (for documentation, see Template:Rpl/Doc):
- Guitar: A stringed musical instrument consisting of three main types; the electric guitar, the classical guitar, and the acoustic guitar.
- Music: The art of structuring time by combining sound and silence into rhythm, harmonies and melodies.
- Music psychology: The study of how, when, where and why people engage in music and dance.
- Student: Add brief definition or description
- Biology: The science of life — of complex, self-organizing, information-processing systems living in the past, present or future.
- Biochemistry: The chemistry of living things; a field of both biology and chemistry.
- Biophysics: The study of forces and energies in biological systems.
- Biomechanics: The study of the mechanics of biological systems
- Life: Living systems, of which biologists seek the commonalities distinguishing them from nonliving systems.
- Temperature: A fundamental quantity in physics - describes how warm or cold a system is.
- York University, Ontario: Add brief definition or description
You can find similar articles by clicking on the "Related pages" tab (if it exists already). Cheers, Daniel Mietchen 11:03, 23 September 2008 (CDT)