CIS-A2K (Centre for Internet and Society - Access to Knowledge) is a campaign to promote the fundamental principles of justice, freedom, and economic development. It deals with issues like copyrights, patents and trademarks, which are an important part of the digital landscape.
If you have a general proposal/suggestion for Access to Knowledge team you can write on the discussion page. If you have appreciations or feedback on our work, please share it on feedback page.
Train-a-Wikipedian is a program where we'll train and groom Wikipedians and help them to become better editors. On the English-language Wikipedia, there are a few similar projects where an editor get mentors. In this training, we'll focus mainly on non-English Wikipedians.
Initially the project was named Global Admin Training (GAT) and Global Editors' Training (GET).
This training sessions will mostly be online, we may conduct workshop sessions as well.
Printed certificates would be given after successful completion of the course.
Basic Wikipedia editingEdit
|A. Basic Wikipedia editing|
1. Wiki-markup language: Here we'll train editors how to use basic Wiki-markup language such as formatting text in bold, italic, underline, color (or any other color), background color, supertext, sub-text,
2. Common Wikipedia components: Here we'll teach to use these Wikipedia components.
3. Sandbox Using user sandbox to make test edits or draft articles
5. Community structure: Basic idea of community structure, including: village pump, community portals, help desk, projects etc.
6. Policies: The following policies will be discussed:
Advanced Wikipedia editingEdit
|B. Advanced Wikipedia editing|
All topics mentioned in Basic Wikipedia editing and. . .
2. Advanced knowledge of citations: This will include —
3. Tools, gadgets, scripts, bots: Here we'll teach about using tools, gadgets, scripts, bots, semi-bots
4. Policies: These are the policies we'll discuss. Of course not all of these will be applicable in each training.