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Fonte: FamilySearch Wiki
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Introdução[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • The component of the 1860 census that you would not expect to find in the Wiki is:
A. Links to indexed records by family name
  • The Wiki is only for beginners in genealogical research.
False
  • A benefit of the Wiki format is real-time updating.
True
  • The only way to get to the Wiki is first going to FamilySearch.org
False

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Propósito[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Links are limited only to other articles in the Wiki
False
  • You can search for names of your ancestors in the Wiki.
False
  • The Wiki has a complete list of all places where genealogical records are kept in the world.
False

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Tópicos Apropriados[editar | editar código-fonte]

Which of the following are appropriate Wiki content?

A. Sample images of records

D.Information about an upcoming genealogical event that has a fee

K.Brief description of the resources of a local genealogical library

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Página Principal[editar | editar código-fonte]

Exercises[editar | editar código-fonte]

Do these exercises from the main page of the Wiki.

In the search box, type in "Missouri." Check out some of the articles listed there. Under "New to Genealogy," how many steps are listed in the research process?

Answer: 5

Under "New to the Wiki," how many articles are listed?

Answer: 8

Under "Want to Help," how many projects are shown with images?

Answer: 7

In which box will you find a link to the article "Principles and Policies?"

Answer: New to the Wiki?

What is the fourth step in the research process?

Answer: Obtain and search the records.

What is the name of the project where the image of Florida is displayed?

Answer: Adding Society Info - Florida

What are the three kinds of projects listed in "All Projects by Topic?"

Answer: Content Projects, Historical Records Projects, Support Projects


  • If you want to know if a particular topic is ok in the Wiki, read the article "Principles and Policies."
True
  • If you reject a posting of a patron's genealogy, you would quote from Guiding Principles and Policies when you contact them to state why their posting was removed.
True
  • There are six language Wikis
False
  • Fixing broken links is not one of the projects pointed out on the projects page.
False

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Página Principal (Cont.)[editar | editar código-fonte]

Exercises[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • When were "Research Outlines" taken out of print?
Answer: 2009
  • Under "Manual of Style" what is the patron directed to read in relation to etiquette and responding to others?
Answer: FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines
  • What does it say under "Guiding Principles" that should be our "point of view" when writing or editing the Wiki?
Answer: "The Research Wiki must be written from a neutral point of view, representing fairly and without bias, all significant views of family history related topics that have been published by reliable sources. "


  • The "Search Learning & How-To's" search box works the same as the search box on the main page.
True
  • The right sidebar appears on the main page with all the same items as on other pages.
False
  • History under Views gives the history of the Wiki from its inception.
False
  • Move under Views is for moving a page to one of the other non-English Wikis.
False
  • Edit under Views performs the same function as the Edit tab at the top of the page.
True
  • Special pages under Toolbox gives you a list of help pages in the Wiki.
False
  • My talk under Personal tools is where I can read messages sent to me.
True
  • My preferences under Toolbox gives you a list of items that help you to choose what and how you want material in the Wiki displayed on your monitor.
True

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Princípios Orientadores[editar | editar código-fonte]

Talk to your fellow missionaries if you have questions about the Guiding Principles of the Wiki.


  • If you see something wrong, you need to ask permission of the author before correcting it.
False
  • Do not assume everyone who contributes to the Wiki is acting in good faith.
False
  • The Wiki allows advertisers to place ads.
False
  • We as contributors are allowed to state our point of view on religion.
False
  • The purpose of the Wiki is to teach people where the records they can use are located and how to access them.
True
  • We are free to be critical of any culture or individual in history.
False
  • A neutral point is for wimps.
False

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Políticas[editar | editar código-fonte]

Exercises[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • You do not have to be civil if the other person is not.
False
  • Others do not have the right to edit whatever you have written in the Wiki.
False
  • Biography of your grandfather is ok in the Wiki.
False
  • You can be use your point of view when describing a resource.
False
  • Use links rather than copying large amount of text in the Wiki.
True
  • Controversial topics do not necessarily have to be deleted.
False
  • Only those who attack other contributors will be blocked.
False
  • Copyrights are not an issue in the Wiki.
False
  • Any contributor can change Wiki policies.
False

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Condições de uso[editar | editar código-fonte]

Exercises[editar | editar código-fonte]


  • You may contribute material to the Wiki even if you disagree with a couple of policy items.
False
  • You have to have permission to copy material from the Wiki.
False
  • You can contribute text to the Wiki but not images.
False
  • FamilySearch Wiki cannot delete any material you have contributed without your permission.
False
  • Contributing offensive material to the Wiki could result in you being blocked from doing so in the future.
True
  • Your user name is kept confidential when you contribute to the Wiki.
False
  • The Wiki is not regulated by any state or federal laws.
False
  • You can only file suit against the Wiki in Washington D.C.
False
  • You can submit a request that copyrighted material owned by you be removed from the Wiki
True

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Manual de Estilo[editar | editar código-fonte]

Exercises[editar | editar código-fonte]


  • Clear and to the point is the standard we try to achieve in our contributions.
True
  • The articles we contribute are owned only by us.
False
  • Long sentences are better than short ones.
False
  • It is ok for two articles to have the same name.
False
  • Spell the word "center," "centre" if use on a page for a place in England, Canada and Australia.
True
  • There is no need for commas in titles for locations stating a city and state.
False
  • We can express opinions on certain issues in the Wiki
False
  • All material contributed to the Wiki remains in the ownership of the author.
False
  • Use long sentences to express genealogical concepts.
False
  • Chicago Manual of Style is a good reference to use for acceptable grammar.
True
  • Titles should be short and leave no doubt as to what the article is about.
True
  • You can capitalize titles anyway you want.
False
  • Abbreviations are ok in titles of articles.
False
  • The word "and" and an ampersand (&) may be used interchangeably.
False
  • You should display the URL in external links.
False

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Anatomia dos Artigos[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • The table of contents, access history, and navigation tabs are generated automatically and you do not have to create them.
True
  • An SEO should contain terms like genealogy, family history, or ancestry.
True
  • The wiki sidebar appears automatically and cannot be changed.
True
  • You can link quickly to other related articles through sidebars and navboxes.
True
  • You can only edit a page by clicking on the "Edit This Page Button".
False
  • Credit is given when quoting the works of others by placing a reference at the bottom of the page.
True

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Como Contribuir[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • How can users contribute to the Wiki?

D. All of the above

  • Where can users learn more about contributing?

D. All of the above

  • You can only submit information to the Wiki if you can code in wikitext.

False

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Minhas Preferências[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • If you want to display 500 recent changes when patrolling you can.
True
  • You can decide what items you want to put on a watch list and for how long.
True
  • You can control going to Wikitext rather than the rich editor through the Appearance Option.
False
  • You cannot change the number of recent changes that are displayed on a page.
False
  • If you do not like the changes you have made to your personal settings, but cannot remember what was in place before, you can click "Restore all default settings."
True

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Como Editar[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • You can open a page for editing in several ways.

True

  • If you make a mistake in the Wiki, it is permanent.

False

  • Your wikitext work saves automatically about every ten minutes.

False

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