Simplest way: Add  text after link, and at start of reference. At start of reference, click link > anchor and name anchor (e.g. “one”) Copy the URL of the page (e.g. http://explnmworldsexample.wikispaces.com/Wee k+6) Select the “1” in the in-line reference, and click link. Go to external link, and paste the URL. Add # to end of URL (e.g. #one) Click Add Link
Don’t just rely on blackboard; you need to be doing your own research. Each of you should be adding sources; no reason not to have 10/week between you. Remember the purpose: You’ll be glad of the sources come the final essay report.
Discussion for showing collaboration, comments etc. That is where you say ‘Good job on the referencing, how did you do that?’ or ‘Maybe you should add a little more, it seems a bit short’ or even ‘Sorry I’m ill – can’t make it today’. The actual wiki entry is where you put your value added content. Reference it like any other. Idea is to build up a repository of information for final project.
A number of groups are behind on comments. This harms your collaboration marks (if you’re not doing it promptly, it’s worth to your group decreases). It will only get harder to remember the topic/sources as the weeks go by – I suggest you catch up!