Hi Bayle Welcome.
We are currently exploring the concept of sister sites with other wikis and are very interested in building a relationship with the Neurowiki. Our current procedure is to link to pages on your site with ours with this sort of banner
This page is linked to a similar one on our sister site The Neurowiki. Do visit them for more information
You may want to reciprocate when you feel we have enough material up to warrant it.
My thinking is that we would only copy over discrete pieces of information that we could use elsewhere on our site. eg your reference on action research, information on specific tests etc. Otherwise we would aim to work through the linked pages for a while to see how it works.
What do you feel about this arrangement.?Dr Joe Kiff - User:Lifeartist (talk) 23:37, 18 August 2006 (UTC)
I'll also include our usual welcome pack just in case there is any useful information in it for you
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