Context: This was a page in the shared Obsidian Vault in my course, Writing in Digital Environments. It links to a variety of resources on Markdown, the markup language used by Obsidian.
This page collects a few useful links related to Markdown. Remember that you can either switch to reading mode to click each link, or you can also hold the CMD key (Mac) or CTRL key (Windows) before clicking in editing view. Either way should work!
- Markdown - Wikipedia
- Markdown Introduction / History - John Gruber (Inventor of Markdown)
- Markdown Syntax - Cheat Sheet
- Obsidian Help Wiki
- Networking Notes
- Using Obsidian to Develop a Classroom Knowledge Base: Obsidian is free technology designed to create a networked knowledge base. It is not explicitly designed for collaboration, but in my Writing in Digital Environments course I came up with a method and set of instructions for students to create and manage a shared "Vault" in Obsidian.
- Start Here: This was the page I designed to broadly introduce students to Obsidian and how we would use it in the course.
- Networking Notes: This page was included in our Vault to explain the practice of bi-directional linking in Obsidian.