Contributing to ESAT
All researchers, artists and other interested parties are invited to help us to expand, improve, update and correct ESAT since, by its very nature, the database will always be incomplete and prone to error on occasion.
Below are some guidelines in this regard:
Submitting contributions, suggestions and corrections to ESAT
There are a number of ways of submitting entries, suggestions or material, as described below.
Registering a Wiki-account
Unlike Wikipedia and similar websites, ESAT does not allow anyone, except the appointed researchers on the research programme, to make changes directly to the ESAT website. When we began there was a facility for applying for an ESAT account available on the website, a facility which is an inherent part of the Wiki-programme. However, that has now been disabled as far as the ESAT project is concerned.
So we ask that you please submit material and suggestions to the Editor, in one of the ways described below. On receipt, the contributions will all be seriously considered and assessed by the research team, for inclusion where and if suitable.
If used, you will naturally be credited as one of the Sources for the article, so we ask that you also supply us with the name we have to credit.
Submitting material for inclusion to the editors
To submit any pieces of data, visual material or suggestions for alterations, please send such proposals, changes, edits, and new material in Word-format (and if possible as an e-mail attachment) directly to the Editor at email@example.com for evaluation and inclusion.
If you wish to write up a full, new entry and send it to us, you may do so using the ESAT Templates, which are explained and provided below as a guideline for entries in various sections of the encyclopaedia.
Original material, such as CV's, documents, photographs and other material can also be scanned and sent to the same address for possible use as source material or illustrations.
VERY IMPORTANT: Please ensure that you submit all necessary and relevant references for sources used to compile entries, sources (and copyright holders) of material submitted, or information supplied.
Material can also be mailed or faxed to any of the following addresses for the attention of the Editor:
The Editor: ESAT, Department of Drama, University of Stellenbosch, Private Bag X1, MATIELAND 7602, South Africa.
Fax number: (+ 27) 21 882 9141
The ESAT Templates
We have devised the following templates for the various categories in the encyclopaedia (see Index to ESAT Entries above), and we invite you to use them when preparing material to submit to us, especially when submitting full, new entries. To find the appropriate ESAT Template for your purposes, click on the category below:
- Film ESAT Template
- Personalities ESAT Template
- Radio Plays & series ESAT Template
- Stage Plays ESAT Template
- Festivals and Competitions Template
- Themes and definitions ESAT Template
- TV Drama & series ESAT Template
- Venues, Companies, Institutions etc ESAT Template
Please use the headings outlined in the appropriate category to write up your entry/entries for inclusion in ESAT. Do so in a Word document, and then mail it back to us as an e-mail attachment firstname.lastname@example.org, or in a letter to the address given above, and we will upload it onto the website.
This page was last modified on 5 April 2019
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