Create an event page

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Six-account limit

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Make it easy to identify student editors

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Icebreaker

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Suggestions on how to complete a scholarship form for Wikimania

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A concise compendium to catastrophic conference calls

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Preparation for Wikimania

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A playful logo builds identity and invites interaction

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How to make editathons for new users more successful

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Setting-up a conference registration form

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How to manage a Wikipedia awareness Video

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{{Evaluation/Resource/Summary | time= 30 January 2019 | title = How to manage a Wikipedia awareness Video | title link= Learning patterns/How to manage a Wikipedia awareness Video | summary= This learning pattern gives pointers for do's and don'ts for Animation or 3D Motion graphics video ad or promotional movie. | creator= User:Wikilover90 | image = [[File:Punjabi Wikipedia Tales - A Trip To Lahore!.webm }}

When things go wrong, just tell people

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A fine selection of mistakes for organizing an international conference (and how to make sure you commit them)

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A short guide to bad projects

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Make volunteers provide activity report before reimbursing them

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Wikiblitz

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Writing a production schedule of event

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Number of images or media used in Wikimedia projects

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Calculating global metrics

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Tracking an online campaign

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Tracking user contributions by chapter

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Framing survey questions

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Cookies by the exit

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Feedback cycle

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How to avoid abandoning the course when your students have intellectual or mental disabilities

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Creation of an editing workshop or course with patients in an institution.

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Wikimedia young projects in therapy settings with psychiatric patients.

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How to choose patients for an editing teaching course

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Supporting volunteers in administration

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Clarity of expectations when setting up a partnership

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How to survive to an international edit-a-thon when you're the only coordinator

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Developing a fully internationalized and centralized gadget

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Wikidata mass imports

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Storytelling for grant reports and proposals: tricks of the trade

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Volunteers versus journalists: the evergreen questions

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Book swapping table at your event

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Firm foundation for projects

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Wikimedian in Residence Support Group

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Expert involvement

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Finding programmers for a WMF grant

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Reducing the north–south divide

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Turning geeks to Wikipedians

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Public policy work: How to have an effective meeting

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©©-Change your mind - a fun workshop for open licenses

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Keeping communities engaged

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Communities of Interest to Recruit Volunteers

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Effectively using the pre-event period

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Advanced workshop with focused and dedicated participants

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Understanding the shared goals of an external organisation and Wikimedia

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Making the Digital Library of India really useful

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How to write a thousand articles about your country without getting tired (workshops)

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Mass messaging

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Spread cuteness

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How to involve cultural partner as active GLAM participants

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Division of tasks and responsibilities between board, staff and volunteers

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Wikidata verification-pages tool

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Git repository for software

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Harvesting new Wikimedians from social media

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Ensuring your wiki project is inclusive

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Disengaging from Wikipedia warfare

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Make use of mistakes on Wikipedia

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Use tags to count and track edits

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A Short Guide to Using Twitter for In-event Engagement

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New users are afraid of doing something wrong

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Training senior citizens

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Creating new articles

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Capturing User names at workshops

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Photographic evidence

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Posters that work

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How to prepare an infographics

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Writing a new MediaWiki extension for deployment on a Wikimedia project

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Working with developers who are not Wikimedians

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Wikiblabla (confusing Wikimedia lexicon)

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Child room

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Lightning talks

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Volunteers versus journalists: top-of-mind considerations

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Vote Matching Tool (Digital-o-Mat)

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Using expense-tracking software

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Digitizing archival records

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Workshop size

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Repeat events

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Number of active editors involved

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International events? Allow three months for visa formalities

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Arranging travel

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Centering Marginalised Knowledge

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Organizing "Wiki Loves" campaigns

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Achievable goals

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How to measure from a gender perspective

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How to create or edit an article in terms of gender approach

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Wikipedia faces the challenge of approaching properly the gender gap issue in terms of its content.

Last updated: 19 October 2018

Wikimedia events and Instructional design

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How might folks stay engaged?

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Find free license videos on YouTube for Wikipedia

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IRL video broadcast is a winning horse. Can Wikimedia projects bet on it?

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Uploading video materials to Wikimedia Commons for use on Wikipedia

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Uploading videos to Wikimedia Commons

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Quiet room

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How to write communications materials with a balanced portrayal of women and men

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Como ofrecer una representación equilibrada de hombres y mujeres en nuestras comunicaciones.

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Do not overload

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Grant reporting for volunteers. Part 2: Financial report

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Grant reporting for volunteers. Part 1: Report of project activities

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Promoting the work of students as part of Wikiedu programs on social media platforms

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Plan an education program pilot

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MediaWiki Education Program

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Wikipedian KulTour – the little sister of GLAM on Tour

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Documenting your event experience

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Checking bias and prejudice in grants advisory processes

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Lessons from creating a diversity toolkit

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Let the community know

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5 articles game

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Using the Programs & Events Dashboard for Reporting

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Be flexible and work with the audience you have

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Using 'Share a fact' to engage social media followers of small Wikipedias

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Matching newcomers to Wikimedia projects and activities: nurturing happy, passionate editors:)

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Wall of compliments

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Conference workshop to help kickstart a project on a smaller language Wikipedia

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Collaborated with Government organisations, What's next?

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Colored lanyards

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First edit

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Go the extra mile, and then search for treasure

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Let the media know

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Filling content gaps

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How to make a multi-day editathon?

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Use Wikimedia content to assist teaching Wikipedia

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Engage with public broadcasters

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Mode of training

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What to do when airplane lets you down

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Watchlist invites

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The Buddy Project: Let’s make your conference more newbie friendly

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Conference venues

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Safe space policy

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Planning effective conference sessions

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Wikipedia as a tool for astronomy education and outreach

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Uploading files using Pattypan

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How not to organize a conference

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Data transfers to Wikimedia Commons: Sharing institutional archives

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"WikTungi"-city based community group

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GLAM on Tour - connecting Wikipedians and cultural institutions on the local level

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How to get diverse presenters at your conference (from a gender, Global South... perspective)

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Hiring an ED in your organisation

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Creating Guided Tours together with the Community

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You are teaching, but are they learning?

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Afterparty

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Social media

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Project roles

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Build trust to know what sort of challenges are coming up for the partner organisation

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Securing project visibility and success by having a showcase early on

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Need to establish the digital skills level of the partner organisation

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Board handbook − a shared vision of the board role in an evolving organisation

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Board roles

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Every new page starts off unwatched

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Promote photo contests

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Digitising books with minimal apparatus

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Digital information literacy with Wikipedia for public library staff

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Meeting the learning needs of US public library staff new to Wikipedia with online training

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Reach and engage your community

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Bytes added to or removed from Wikimedia projects

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Cooperative note-taking at meetings and workshops

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Five tips for preparing a great conference

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Learning question

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Creating portals

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Mix newcomers and veterans

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Reporting Criteria

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A short guide to in-kind donations

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Collecting usernames for in-person events

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Categories

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Best practices in training adults

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Article assessment for student assignments

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For teachers, a Wikipedia writing assignment is much more work than other writing assignments. They have to double check the content of the article, grammar, spelling and the validity of the sources.

Last updated: 02 December 2017

Tips for reading project codes from pageviews data files

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Audience response system

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Using open licenses

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Country editor base survey of South Africa 2015

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Timing and tenaciousness - How to ensure high participation rates at post-conference surveys

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Last updated: 13 November 2017

Track Wikipedia "Knowledge Leafage" of each trainee

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Imagery for event promotion

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Using social media to promote endangered, indigenous and other marginalized languages

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Using Wikidata on Wikipedia infoboxes

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Number of women participating

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Collecting data with personal information

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Business cards and email adresses for volunteers

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Working with cultural institutions to upload archival photographs

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Partnering with a government agency

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Frugal video production for Wikimedia Commons

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Charts on wiki pages

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Cross chapter collaboration on wiki writing contest

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Conducting expeditions

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Find volunteers to support a program

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Project

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Community impact

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Qualtrics survey tool

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How to prepare and plan for Online Edit-a-thons

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Designing portals on wikis

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How to avoid duplicated items during a museum based photography event

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Using Aggregate Groups to group pages for translation

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Bringing women together to work towards gender and linguistic inclusiveness

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Learning from patterns

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Searching the Learning Patterns Library

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Writing durable documentation

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How to run software on a dedicated Wikimedia Cloud VPS server

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Strategic planning retreat

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How to do photowalks more effectively

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如何用360環景攝影機紀錄學術會議

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Towards a Successful GLAM Partnership

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Coding da Vinci - the culture hackathon

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Wikiverse World Café - getting to know Wikimedia projects and volunteers

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¿Cómo hacer que los docentes se apropien de los proyectos de Wikimedia y los apliquen en el aula?

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Contest prizes that motivate

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Organize childcare during a Wikimedia event

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Qué canales podemos usar para hacer comunicación externa

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La importancia de los talleres previos a las editatones

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Timing, Communication, Preparation: How to support your event participants in the best way to get a Schengen Visa

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Documentation Friday

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Learn in detail about existing tools before building new ones

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Briefing calls with speakers: A simple way to improve conference sessions

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International travel

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How to design and develop an education hackathon within the Wikipedia Education Program

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How to generate a stronger and more relevant relationship with the schools

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How to transfer the knowledge and the experience of an Education Program

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Presenting wiki at an academic conference

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Producing video oral histories about Wikimedia participants

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Recruiting high school participants

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Request brochures or other materials from WMF

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Setting goals for an education program

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Short reports go a long way

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Step by step guide for finding the right venue for a conference

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Strategies to achieve editing contest goals

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The pre-jury as a tool for community engagement

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Training educators how to use Wikimedia in the classroom

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Treasures or landmines: detecting uncategorized, language-specific uploads in Commons

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Understand local volunteers' characteristics and behavior to develop an effective program

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Use advanced site notice to promote events

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Using CentralNotice banners for surveys

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Using Wikipedia's gaps as feminist teaching tools

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Using the education extension

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WLX jury benefitting from the wisdom of the Commons crowd

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When staff work with volunteers

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Wiki MOOC

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Focus on content

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Gender identity

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Get the community involved early

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Help new editors learn Wikimarkup

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Help students and educators understand community rules and norms

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Hiring a metrics processor for a Wikimedia outreach project

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How to access to lists of cultural heritage sites or monuments.

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How to use the global metrics magic button

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Identifying content gaps

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Improve photo quality with better cameras

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Increase number of photos in use

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Keeping nonprofit organization insurance

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Making a centralized resource space specific to your GLAM

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Monitor student contributions

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Motivating students to contribute to Wikimedia projects

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Number of articles created or improved in Wikimedia projects

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Number of individuals involved

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Number of newly registered users

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Organising a Wiki Takes...

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Partnerships with ministries of education

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Photographing your local buildings

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Plan a Wiki expedition

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Plan aerial photography projects

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Annual Wikimedia CEE meeting: drafting the programme

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Automobile travel

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Choosing an education program model

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Community check-up: when online and offline communication becomes effective

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{{Evaluation/Resource/Summary | time= 21 June 2017 | title = Community check-up: when online and offline communication becomes effective | title link= Learning patterns/Community check-up: when online and offline communication becomes effective | summary= For a project as diffused as the [[:wmph:Philippine Cultural Heritage Mapping | creator= User:Sky Harbor | image = File:WMPH Cultural heritage mapping project logo 1.png }}

Conducting a semi-structured interview

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Contests, giveaways and sweepstakes

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Counting featured, quality and valued content in Commons

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Create a community policy for education programs

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Don't fiddle with the AV

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Edit-a-thon worklists

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Edit 1 and Challenge 1

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Facilitating social interaction at conferences

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Failing at a crowdfunding campaign and what we can learn from it

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Evaluate student work

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Adapt Wiki Loves contests to prevent burnout

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Project management for edit-a-thons

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Writing contest worklists

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Writing Contest Topic Selection

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Working with an existing movement....

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Working constructively with the Wikimedia community

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Wikipedia & Medicine: Practical Details for Educators

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Wiki Takes ... and those getting taken

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Wikimedia organizations can use the Reports page on Meta!

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Wikipedia visual museum

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Why we achieved good results in the MOOC Edition 2016

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Why we achieved good results in the MOOC Edition 2016?

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Where to find survey data

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WikiDay

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Who should we survey?

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What to consider when we generated audiovisual materials?

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WMF Open Access Policy

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What to expect when doing a survey

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Using structured assessment tools for development planning

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Volunteer feedback and follow-up

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Using the general ledger and project codes to evaluate outcomes

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Using social media channels for editors retention

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Using ordered response scales

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Using drones for aerial photography for Commons and Wikipedia

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Using mass message for surveys

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Using Wikidata to make Machine Translation dictionary entries

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Using QuickSurveys

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Userpage organizer

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Use work sheets for school students

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Use of a single diagram to imprint Wikipedia basics onto newcomers

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Use telephone calls or Skype to clarify questions early

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Use social media for promotion

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Use an article nursery garden for each new editor

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New editors are discouraged by old users' interventions and (secondary) cannot organize their work with ease. Less computer-literated people have a hard time trying to contribute.

Last updated: 20 June 2017

Use cheatsheeting in the form of a collapsible toolbox

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Use course pages to organize student assignments

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Use hidden categories to track projects

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Travelling Wikimedians report to the stay-at-homes

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Travel policy − defining travel support conditions to further volunteer involvement

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Translation

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Tools for managing a survey project

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Track project hours in Google Calendar

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Tracking contest submissions

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Tips for surveys in google forms

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Tools for communicating what Wikipedia is about

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Tools are short-lived, so archive your pages

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Thanking users

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Testing survey questions

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Third place for local groups

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The teacher as producer of educational proposals with Wikimedia projects

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Survey qualitative analysis

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Sustaining dialogue with your community

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Surfacing activity

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Surveys at different points

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Support a community of photographers

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Strategies to generate interest, motivation and continuity in the digital education community

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Storytelling over demonstration in a Wikipedia outreach

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Staying connected to volunteer editors and potential editors through email blasts

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