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This page is meant for the This Month in GLAM newsletter (TMIG).
This newsletter is written by Wikimedia users and contains international reports regarding GLAM of the previous month related to Wikimedia, Wikipedia and sister projects of the Wikimedia Foundation. On roughly the seventh day of every month a new edition of the newsletter is published, which you can read on this page, on outreach:special:MyLanguage/GLAM/Newsletter or read on your own talk page.

Older versions of this newsletter are automatically archived after 40 days and can be found in the complete archive. An overview of older frontpages can be found by year at: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022. More information about the newsletter can be found at w:special:MyLanguage/GLAM/Newsletter/About.

This Month in GLAM: April 2022Edit





Headlines
  • Australia report: Growing the record of Australian Music
  • Belgium report: About African Pagnes and Belgian music
  • Brazil report: Brazil wins the first place in WLM 2021
  • France report: French GLAM meeting
  • Italy report: Work with GLAMs on Wikisourse and Wikimedia Commons
  • Mexico report: GLAM professionals add an image and become Wikipedians; Edificio Carolino Edit-a-thon
  • New Zealand report: People in Paleontology, Digikult, and copyright term extension for New Zealand
  • Nigeria report: Wikidata for Nigerian Novelist and Novel
  • Poland report: Wikiresidence in progress and workshop Evolution in GLAM in Poland
  • Serbia report: Important activities within the GLAM
  • Sweden report: Training at the National Archives of Sweden; Training at the Stockholm City Museum; Training at the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology; Improved images from Swedish Performing Arts Agency
  • Switzerland report: Wikidata Coffee Breaks
  • UK report: Khalili Collections
  • Uruguay report: Wikimedistas de Uruguay report
  • USA report: WVU Libraries; Earth Day-2022-SWC; Wiki-Gap
  • AvoinGLAM report: Open Access vs NFT, GLAM School, Saami language, family trees
  • Content Partnerships Hub report: Enter our logo competition; IGO/INGO; Needs assessments research results; Wrapping up some ISA-things
  • WMF GLAM report: 1Lib1Ref, Image Description Week, Commons calls, and the Add an image events
  • Calendar: May's GLAM events
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This Month in GLAM: May 2022Edit





Headlines
  • Albania report: Summer of Wikivoyage 2022
  • Argentina report: Face-to-face and virtual events on May
  • Australia report: Over 1000 references added in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand for #1Lib1Ref
  • Belgium report: New Wikidata Property
  • Brazil report: Wiki Loves Espírito Santo is a sucess
  • Estonia report: From university to library
  • Finland report: Photowalks in Southern Finland, spring 2022
  • France report: International Museum Day 2022
  • India report: Digitization of Tibetan Buddhist canons, The International Museum Day 2022 Wikidata Competition
  • Italy report: May in and for museums
  • Kosovo report: Cooperation with the National Gallery of Kosova and Summer of Wikivoyage 2022
  • Malaysia report: WikiGap Malaysia 2022 @ Kuala Lumpur Library
  • New Zealand report: Pacific Arts Aotearoa Wikiproject, Auckland Museum's Exploratory Study and Report back on #1Lib1Ref
  • Poland report: Wikipedian in residence in the National Museum in Cracow; Training at the Wawel Royal Castle National Art Collection; How can we make GLAM’s digital resources more reusable in education?; The International Museum Day 2022 Wikidata Competition
  • Serbia report: New GLAM brochure and Wikilive 2022
  • Sweden report: Rembrandt and others – drawings from the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm; Stockholm Museum of Women’s History; The map book of Heinrich Thome; Sörmland Museum; Wikidata competition – International Museum Day 2022
  • Switzerland report: Diversity in GLAM Program
  • UK report: Khalili Collections
  • Uruguay report: Wikimedistas de Uruguay report: 1bib1ref, Museum of Natural History, and more!
  • USA report: Hackathons and Edit-a-thons
  • Content Partnerships Hub report: International Energy Agency share their knowledge and graphics on Wikipedia
  • Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons report: Uploading files to Wikimedia Commons with OpenRefine: looking for test uploads!
  • WMF GLAM report: Results from 1Lib1Ref May 2022
  • Calendar: June's GLAM events
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