This A for Athlete project, associated with CLOH.Org (Creating Literate Olympians Here) is moving along in the summer of 2015. A for Athlete wiki contains a literacy project for Pittsburgh Public Schools Summer Dreamers Swim & Water Polo Camp.
Team Unify for PPS H2O
Link above goes to the database helper application for coaches, communications and extra insights. The team code is rechsppa, important for staff when using OnDeck's app on smart phones.
Multiple Photo Upload
To upload multiple images, go to the multiple upload page: Special:MultipleUpload
Chime in on the various Top 10 Lists.
Swim & Water Polo Camp’s “A for Athlete” literacy at Summer Dreamers Academy
Our A is for Athlete enrichment activity has Digital Badges. The youth-base writing project uses tablets, wiki pages, blog pages, and other tech tools. It has flexibility and allows campers to choose within a defined set of options to become invested in the project.
Position Paper from 2014
- Logos Tell us what one's you like.
- Olympic Nations in 2008
- all pages
- Tips and Nation name tips
- category:flag has buttons of national flags.
To write a new article, just enter the title in the box below.
- Not sure where to start?
- Find out more about the wiki on the About page.
- If you are new to wikis, check out the tutorial.
- Check out Help:Starting this wiki if you're setting up the wiki.
- Adding content
- Every wiki has two list of articles that need help called "Stubs" and "Wanted Articles". Don't be shy, get in there.
- Uploading images is another really easy way to help out - see the Special:Upload page!
- You can find a list of useful templates on Category:Templates, some of which are documented on the templates project page.
- Talk and more...
- Check out the community portal to see what the community is working on, to give feedback or just to say hi.
Wikipedia has standards, this wiki doesn't.
To merit a page for an athlete or coach in Wikipedia, sportspeople must have played in a fully professional league, or a competition of equivalent standing in a non-league sport such as swimming, or at the highest level in mainly amateur sports, usually considered to mean the Olympic Games or World Championships. Here at CLOH.Wikia.com, not so much.
A for Athlete, founders of Olympicpedia
Olympicpedia was a eight week technology, sports and language day camp that ended July 31, 2008 held at Pittsburgh's CyberConXion (now closed). The camp concluded with more than 1,000+ pages created and its main participants headed to Beijing for the 2008 Olympics. Sadly, the wiki, A for Athlete, was (and is) not visible in China (also known as CHN) . So, for the duration of the 2008 Olympics, few updates to this wiki were made.