120 000th articleEdit
On May 31 the 120000th article was written in Armenian Wikipedia. The article was Մոնղոլա-օխոտական գեոսինկլինալային համակարգ written by Physmath high school student Artur Yeganyan.
Editors gender ratio is a great problem in Wikipedia and its sister projects. The surveys show that their 90% are male. Wikimedia Foundation makes researches to find out the reasons and has built a strategy.
Wikimedia Armenia made his own research which shows that female in Armenian Wikipedia are 37,7% and male - 62,3%. The research was done based on May 29 Armenian Wikipedia active 341 editors list study. The gender of 215 editors we could determine - 81 are female and 134 - male, 127 - unknown.
In this list those editors are included who has done at least 1 edit during the last 30 days. We should also mention that 2 of 9 administrators of Armenian Wikipedia, i.e. 22.2% are again women.
Visit to NKREdit
Wikimedia Armenia President Susanna Mkrtchyan and 2 of the board members - Lilit Tarkhanyan and Mher Bekaryan met NKR officials and the president Bako Sahakyan during a 2-day visit. The aim of the meeting was to make an appointment to open a Wikiclub in Stepanakert and to involve editors from NKR in Wikipedia. 
Wikipedia Education ProgramEdit
High schools statisticsEdit
In this summary the contribution of Wikipedia Education program participant high schools is presented. Contributed bytes, number of edits, created articles, articles of the day is shown by May, 2014.
Workshop in YeghegnadzorEdit
On May 17 a workshop was organized in Armenian State University of Economics Yeghegnadzor branch. The aim of the workshop was to involve students and professors in Wikiediting process in order they could enrich Armenian Wikipedia with professional articles of their field. During the workshop the editors learned how to edit Wikipedia, its rules, editing tools, etc.
Workshop trainers - Mher Bekaryan, Vachagan Gratian.
Workshop in Shirakatsi lyceumEdit
Education program launched in October, 2013 was in progress. On May 4 a workshop was organized in Shirakatsi lyceum one of the high schools of Yerevan. The participants mastered their Wikipedia editing skills.
Workshop trainers - Susanna Mkrtchyan, Mher Bekaryan
- Press conference - On 7 May a press conference was held in Wikimedia Armenia office devoted to Wiki camp Vanadzor. Speakers - Susanna Mkrtchyan, Lilit Tarkhanyan, Mher Bekaryan and Zabel Vassilian (see press conference announcement and video in Armenian, ArmNews, 07 May)
- Wiki camp materials design and print
- X-banner, banners and posters design (see pics here)
- Materials print
- Sharing the event - Short announcement of the camp and posters were composed and shared in social networks, schools, etc.
- Social networks (Wiki Camp Facebook page)
- Media agencies (ArmNews, geek.am, News.am, hayernaysor (en))
- All high schools of Armenia and NKR with the help of National Center of Educational Technologies
- Posters in high schools and different educational NGOs (see flyer)
- Armenian Wikipedia site notice
- Wiki camp website, Wikimedia Armenia website (press conference)
- Wiki camp website was created, designed and content added.
Workshop in Ministry of DiasporaEdit
On May 4 a workshop was organized in the Ministry of Diaspora. The participants learned Wiki editing tools, Wikipedia rules, etc.
Workshop trainers - Mher Bekaryan, David Saroyan
Wiki Loves EarthEdit
Wikimedia Ukraine is organizing an international photo contest with a natural heritage theme, Wiki Loves Earth 2014. The contest was being held from May 1 to May 31, 2014. Armenia joined the contest. Wiki Loves Earth is not only a great opportunity to show the charms of nature, but also a chance to draw public attention to environmental problems and Wikipedian activities. The focus is not only on sites of national importance, but also on the areas protected on the regional level and on the widest variety of natural sites possible: forests, parks, gardens, rocks, caves and whatever is protected within the participating countries. This means that most users will be able to find several natural heritage sites close to them.
25 days after the contest 36000 pictures were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons, 1800 of which were from Armenia. All the pictures are released under free license. Armenian participants shot a promoting video about the contest.
In May Wikimedia Armenia volunteers started to digitize another Armenian encyclopedia - Armenia Encyclopedia to provide Wiki Camp participants by free sources other than Soviet Armenian Encyclopedia. During the month the encyclopedia was digitized and published on Wikisource.