Help:How to Find the Article You Want to Edit

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There are several ways to navigate to the articles you want to edit. The following are the most commonly-used methods.

Use the Outline

The SEBoK Table of Contents article, also linked in the SEBoK Outline menu, contains a full list of all of the current content articles (not including references and glossary terms). This is presented in a hierarchical fashion. In order to locate you page, simply click on SEBoK Table of Contents and click on the link to the appropriate article.

Search

You may also locate your article by searching for the article title in the "search" box of the left-hand navigation column. If you know the title of your article, type the entry into the search field and click "go". If you are unsure of the article title, click "search". If you have entered the exact title of an article, you will be routed directly to the article. If there are multiple articles with the search phrase in the title, you will be provided a list of search results. Simply click on the link to the appropriate article.

Navigation Fields

In the left-hand menu, there are several additional ways to navigate the SEBoK.

  • For finding Part Articles: Click on the Part link under the "outline" pane at left.
  • For finding Knowledge Area Articles:
    • Click on the Part which contains your article. Within the Part article, click on the relevant Knowledge Area.
    • Click on the "View All Knowledge Areas" link under the navigation pane. This will provide an alphabetical listing of all Knowledge Areas in the SEBoK. Simply click on the link to the appropriate article.
  • For finding Topic Articles: Click on the "View all Topics" link under the navigation pane. This will provide an alphabetical listing of all Topics in the SEBoK. Simply click on the link to the appropriate article.
  • For finding Subtopic Articles: Click on the "View all Subtopics" link under the navigation pane. This will provide an alphabetical listing of all Subtopics in the SEBoK. Simply click on the link to the appropriate article.