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English: Presentation on Wikipedia Education Program in Brazil, 2016, at the Brazilian Congress of Communications Science. Presenter: João Alexandre Peschanski. Paper on presentation is available at: http://portalintercom.org.br/anais/nacional2016/resumos/R11-1923-1.pdf This activity had the support of the User Group Wikimedia in Brazil.
Date 6 September 2016
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