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Editorial Guidelines

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Editorial Guidelines



The primary purpose of the Literatures in English (LES) Wiki is to share documents of interest to LES librarians and to update information in a timely and efficient manner. Essentially, this project is an open and collaborative tool for the benefit of all LES librarians. Please note that the Administrators reserve the right to remove or edit any information deemed inappropriate.


LES Contributors can:

  • Add or edit content to pages, excluding the front page
  • Create new pages
  • Upload files, preferably in PDF


LES Contributors cannot:

  • Delete pages
  • Edit the Front page


New sections to the Wiki are welcomed.

If you have suggestions for the Wiki team, please forward them to:


New Administrators

To add someone as a Writer, Editor or Administrator, the Administrator should log in and click Invite More People (top, right-hand side). A box will open. Enter the email address and choose the permission level.  The definitions of PBWorks permission levels are given.


Wiki Owner

Vince Graziano: Vince.Graziano@concordia.ca


For instructions on posting, see the Posting Guidelines.

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