Wikimedian in residence/da
A Wikimedian in Residence (or some variant, such as Wikimedian-in-residence, WiR, or Wikipedian) is a professional role in communications for an organization to share its knowledge within the Wikimedia platform, measure the impact of the same, and promote Wikipedia through training, education, and edit-a-thons. In the same way that organizations such as universities, nonprofit organizations, NGOs, research institutes, libraries, and museums may post information to their websites and social media, these organizations may also promote the integration of their expertise in Wikipedia, Wikidata, and the Wikimedia platform.
The Wikimedia community distinguishes branding and marketing from expertise and knowledge. In this context, there is a custom that Wikimedians in Residence do not edit about their institution, but rather share the knowledge of their institution. Wikimedia projects seek to present the best available information from the most authoritative sources, and any organization which is willing to share its information in that context is welcome to appoint a Wikimedian in Residence to facilitate this.
Wikimedian in Residence programs began in the early 2010s with experimental professional positions in university classrooms, nonprofit organizations, and museums. Now the culture and practice of these roles is more developed through organizations including the Wikimedians in Residence Exchange Network which provides peer to peer support for organizations and individuals engaged sharing open knowledge in the Wikimedia platform.
Wikipedia, Wikidata, and the Wikimedia platform is a digitally native platform which has consistently reached a massive audience for a generation. Since 2005 Wikipedia has been the single most consulted source of information on most topics where people are using Internet search to seek knowledge for which Wikipedia has an article. Organizations which have authority in a field for which there is a Wikipedia article can consider engagement with Wikipedia to share that information. Posting content to the Wikimedia platform achieves distribution and dissemination to the world's largest available and most targeted audience, which are the individuals who are specifically seeking general reference information and authoritative sources on very specific topics.
In the usual way that organizations track the number of visitors to their websites, followers in their social media accounts, and the engagements of users who click to react, the Wikimedia platform has its own suite of communication metrics that demonstrate posting content on Wikipedia reaches the audiences seeking the kind of information which organizations in all fields curate to share. The Wikimedia platform reaches 1 billion unique visitors per year, content from the Wikimedia platform circulates even more broadly, and everyone should take for granted that all journalists, students, commentators, investors, officials, and interested persons will check the Wikipedia article and Wikimedia collections when doing introductory research on any topic. Organizations who want their knowledge represented in this context engage or hire Wikimedians in Residence to achieve that.
For further information: See the guide for creating Wikimedian in Residence roles
Hiring a Wikimedian in Residence is comparable to hiring a website content developer, a Facebook and Twitter post manager, a YouTube video director, or any of the other more common new media publishing roles that serve the purpose of sharing an organization's knowledge with the public in popular media channels. Various media channels have their own rules and community norms, and for organizations that share general reference information, integrating content into the Wikimedia platform is a high-impact, low-cost strategy to reach the global readership of Wikipedia.
There are no special permissions or editorial appointments available in the Wikimedia platform. Organizations that appoint Wikimedians in Residence do so from the same position as anyone else on the Internet creating a Wikipedia user account. Wikipedia is the encyclopedia that anyone can edit, and a Wikimedian in Residence enters the role equal to anyone else with no special recognition or consideration of their institutional affiliation. While the Wikimedia community is favorable to institutional partnerships because the Wikimedia community respects knowledge organizations, all organizations engaged in sharing information should comply with the community rules, participate in social discourse, make some commitment to the Wikimedia mission and values, and expect that their Wikimedian in Residence will be a liaison between the Wikimedia community and their own host organization.
Wikimedians in Residence enter their appointments with some skill set. Usually that skill set is Wikimedia editing experience including an understanding of community norms in performing test edits, seeking program review, communicating in the open with Wikimedia community stakeholders in a knowledge or media sector, and being conscious of when to request or offer the favor of time and labor collaborations with the Wikimedia community volunteer base. Not all Wikimedians in Residence heavily engage in Wikimedia community culture, though. In Wikidata as the structured data collection of the Wikimedia platform, a Wikimedian in Residence may be a data management professional who processes and manages dataset uploads with more technical engagement and less community conversation than what is the norm in Wikipedia. In Wikimedia Commons, the image and non-text media repository, the Wikimedian in Residence may have a skill set in digital access and might promote the circulation of the images and archival documents of cultural institutions in the Linked Open Web.
Any individual seeking a Wikimedian in Residence appointment or career path should grow their familiarity with how other wiki professionals have found success, but also note that jobs and funding come from institutions. People seeking a Wikimedian in Residence job ultimately must find an organization ready to hire them, and must explain the value of what they do in the context of that organization's overall digital publishing and communication goals.
Strategic planning in new media
Organizations which hire a Wikimedian in Residence should expect this person to identify and describe trends in new media to the leadership of the organization. It is not necessary that organizations change themselves or their culture to engage in Wikimedia projects, but engagement in Wikimedia does require more conversation and planning than publishing in platforms entirely under the control of the host platform. Some necessary topics of discussion are how sharing content on the open web invites global response to the content, what balance organizations can design for sharing content to reach more people versus restricting access so that fewer people control a complicated discourse, how to manage copyright, and what it means to be in a public media commons.
The Wikimedia community are a subset of people, mostly activist minded, who advocate for universal access to some educational information, some media which encourages good citizenship, and enough knowledge to inform decisions for quality of life. Various works of journalism and research describe this Wikimedia culture, and understanding this culture and its goals are more important to the success of most projects than entering with a particular skill set. Briefly, people in this community and culture can recognize each other, and they can recognize outsiders. In the same way that fans of opera, or a particular sport, or in a niche professional sector can identify who is and who is not like them, there are a few million people in the Open Movement who share a system of values and they have high compatibility with each other and common intuition on matters of ethics. Organizations which hire a Wikimedian in Residence should expect to bring some amount of this culture in their practices, and gain the shared history of the many shared successes and failures of how to effectively do communication in Wikimedia projects in this still new digital age.
The most common strategic planning activity among Wikimedians in Residence is collecting audience engagement metrics from the Wikimedia platform to generate a report of communication impact. This includes measuring how many readers have viewed Wikimedia content which an organization finds relevant to its interest, including audience in its field of expertise and audience to the content it has posted. The most common and easiest to collect reports are from the Programs & Events Dashboard, Traffic reporting tools such as Pageviews Analysis, and specialized reports through the Wikidata Query Service.
Since its establishment in 2001, Wikipedia has become a foundation of the human experience. Wikipedia is an everyday presence in all cultures where people use Internet resources. All countries have Wikimedia editors in all languages where people engage with digital tools. Posting text knowledge and citations into relevant Wikipedia articles is still the best way to deliver general reference information to the people who want it. Any Wikimedian in Residence will either have at least minimal experience in editing Wikipedia, or otherwise they should start editing a little and regularly over time because Wikipedia is the center of most people's experience of the Wikimedia platform.
Whereas the most common way to edit the Wikimedia platform is one Wikipedia article at a time, Wikidata offers the promise of sharing facts as structured data at scale to the knowledge environment of any topic in every language. Perhaps the best way to describe the possibilities with sharing data is in looking to the field of data science, which seeks to collect data, analyze it, secure data pipelines for quality control and updating, engineer visualizations to make it understandable, and invest in ethics to promote good and minimize the harm from doing massive low cost publishing which gets massive viewership and engagement.
Some Wikimedians in Residence spend much of their time engaged in Wikidata. A beginner in Wikidata can assist an organization in structuring their knowledge to be FAIR data, which enables magnitudes of additional crowdsourced engagement. An person experienced in managing data will almost always be preparing an organization to engage in the next generation of online publishing. An organization's investment in data curation need not be for Wikidata specifically, and instead a Wikidata project can be a practical live attempt among an organization's broader plans to integrate into the Semantic Web. Compared to competing options, Wikidata is a low-cost, low-commitment, high-impact path for growing a culture which can imagine the advent of next generation data-based applications.
Sharing media collections
Museums and libraries traditionally measured engagement by counting humans who physically walked into their brick and mortar buildings. The Wikimedia platform offers options for museums to present their collections online through Wikipedia articles, media galleries in Commons, structured metadata in Wikidata, archives in Wikisource, and the rest.
A common museum activity is selecting some media, such as images, to integrate into Wikipedia. After posting this content the museum tracks the audience engagement with it through the Wikimedia audience measurement tools. The organization then considers the relative value of having people use its online collections versus in-person. A common general conclusion is that all organizations need a balance of investment of online versus in-person engagement, and that Wikipedia provides an excellent value for achieving and demonstrating online usefulness.
There is a culture in the Wikimedia community of presenting online and in-person community events in partnership with organizations. In these events, called "wiki parties" or "edit-a-thons", a group of people meet to engage with the media resources of a host institution. These people, perhaps community members in open invitation, or students from a university, or online participants who want to join but cannot physically come to the organization, take a media source of information from the host organization and then share and cite that source in the Wikimedia platforms.
Wikimedians in Residence have organized thousands of these events globally. People enjoy them. They achieve knowledge sharing and produce metrics as supporting evidence to demonstrate their impact.
History and case studies
In 2006 user:llywrch published "Wikipedian-in-residence, a proposal" articulating in print the concept of an liaison between Wikimedia projects and external organizations with domain expertise. Following that proposal in the early 2010s various Wikimedian in Residence programs flourished in different regions. Early experiments were in the United States, particularly in the Cascadia region based on llywrch's advocacy, where the United States Public Policy Initiative trained and professionalized persons at universities to collaborate with Wikimedia projects. In the college town of Pune in India a parallel experiment with the Indian Wikipedia Education program inspired many students to become highly engaged Wikipedia editors, leading to the convening of several large Wikimedia conferences in India and many of the students from that program to join regional volunteer administration in the Wikimedia India chapter. In Europe the culture leaned more to seeking museum partnerships after the model of a community outreach and events program manager. These regions each set some precedents, but the true story of the early history is the sum of all the experiments which happened globally in the first 10 years. Probably the most stable outcome of the Wikimedian in Residence experiments is the establishment of the Wiki Education Foundation, which correctly identified that universities have the best funding, the best access to highly motivated student editors, and the best knowledge resources to justify creating paid professional appointments to Wikimedians in Residence.
As of 2019, probably most of the funding which has gone into Wikimedian in Residence programs has come from encouraging public health and medical education. Probably the most common characteristic of Wikimedian in Residence programs is that they have a relationship to a university, either by the university hosting the position or the university being an essential partner in achieving the goals of the appointment. One of the most popular types of Wikimedian in Residence activity is a wiki editing event in the arts, which have a global history of drawing large crowds of first-time and beginning editors who will edit at an in-person social event and gathering.
Full list of past and present WiRs
Below is a table of current and previous Wikimedians in residence according to their Wikidata entries. Wikimedians without are not included. To see the full table without needing to scroll, or instructions on adding new rows, see this page.
|Wikimedian (Q3809586)||Organisation (P108)||Link (P2699)||Location (P937)||Start (P580)||End (P582)|
|Liam Wyatt||British Museum||BM||London|
|Lori Byrd-McDevitt||The Children's Museum of Indianapolis||TCMI||Indianapolis|
|Benoît Evellin||Palace of Versailles||Château de Versailles||Palace of Versailles|
|Àlex Hinojo Sánchez||Museu Picasso||Museu Picasso||Barcelona|
|Àlex Hinojo Sánchez||Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya||MNAC||Barcelona|
|Roger Bamkin||Derby Museum and Art Gallery||Derby||Derby|
|Laura Hale||Australian Paralympic Committee||The History of the Paralympic Movement in Australia|
|Sarah Stierch||Archives of American Art||AAA||Washington, D.C.|
|Sarah Stierch||Smithsonian Institution Archives||SIA||Washington, D.C.|
|Sarah Stierch||World Digital Library||Outcomes||Washington, D.C.|
|Dominic Byrd-McDevitt||National Archives at College Park||NARA||College Park|
|Richard Knipel||Museum of Modern Art||MoMA||New York City|
|Richard Knipel||Metropolitan Museum of Art||Metropolitan Museum of Art||New York City|
|Andy Mabbett||Royal Society of Chemistry||RSCWiki||Cambridge Science Park|
|Andy Mabbett||Birmingham Museums Trust||Thinktank||Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum|
|Andy Mabbett||ORCID, Inc.||ORCID|
|Andy Mabbett||The New Art Gallery Walsall||New Art Gallery Walsall||The New Art Gallery Walsall|
|Andy Mabbett||Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service||SAHS||Staffordshire County Museum|
|Andy Mabbett||Lancashire County Council’s Museum Service||QSMM||Queen Street Mill|
|Andy Mabbett||Queen Mary University of London||HMBRG||London|
|Andy Mabbett||The Physiological Society||PhySoc||London|
|Andy Mabbett||Coventry University||Coventry University||Disruptive Media Learning Lab|
|Daniel Mietchen||Open Knowledge Foundation Germany||OA||Berlin|
|Yair Talmor||Israel Museum||IMJ||Israel|
|Daniel Tsvi Framowitz||National Library of Israel||NLI||Jerusalem|
|Francis Awinda||Africa Centre||Culture||Cape Town|
|Whiteghost.ink||State Library of New South Wales||SLNSW||Sydney|
|Lane Rasberry||Consumer Reports||Consumer Reports|
|Lane Rasberry||School of Data Science||University of Virginia|
|Ole Palnatoke Andersen||National Museum of Denmark||Residerende wikipedianer||Copenhagen|
|Ole Palnatoke Andersen||Royal Danish Library||WikiProjekt Diamanten||Copenhagen|
|Andrew Gray||British Library||BL||London|
|Lennart Guldbrandsson||Swedish National Heritage Board||Stockholm|
|Maximilian Klein||OCLC, Inc.||VIAF||California|
|André Costa||Swedish National Heritage Board||Stockholm|
|Marcus Cyron||German Archaeological Institute||German Archaeological Institute||Berlin|
|David Parreño Mont||Palafrugell||Palafrugell||Palafrugell|
|David Parreño Mont||Library Service of Catalonia||Biblioteques||Catalonia|
|Liron Dorfman||Younes and Soraya Nazarian Library, University of Haifa||אוניברסיטת חיפה||Haifa|
|Timothy Sandole||Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs||Assessment of Belfer Center Wikipedian in Residence program||Cambridge|
|Michael Barera||Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library||GFPLM||Ann Arbor|
|Evelyn Swan||American Folk Art Museum||New York City|
|Esther Solé i Martí||Museu d'Art Jaume Morera||Art Jaume Morera||Lleida|
|John Cummings||Natural History Museum||NHMandSM||London|
|John Cummings||UNESCO||United Nations||Paris|
|Mary Mark Ockerbloom||Science History Institute||Chemical Heritage Foundation||Philadelphia|
|Mary Mark Ockerbloom||Annual Reviews||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:MaryMO_(AR)|
|Molly McGowan||Royal Ontario Museum||ROM||Toronto|
|Tim Moritz Hector||ZDF||ZDFcheck||Mainz|
|Mariona Aragay||Museu de la Música de Barcelona||El Museu de la Música incorpora una viquipedista resident per difondre el museu i la música catalana a Internet||Barcelona|
|Kevin Rutherford||Ladd Observatory||Ladd Observatory||Providence|
|Martin Poulter||Bodleian Libraries||Bodleian||Oxford|
|Martin Poulter||Jisc||Jisc Ambassador||Bristol|
|Martin Poulter||University of Oxford||Oxford||Oxford|
|Martin Poulter||Khalili Collections||Khalili||London|
|Ally Crockford||National Library of Scotland||NLS||Edinburgh|
|Micha Rieser||Swiss Federal Archives||Swiss Federal Archives||Bern|
|Micha Rieser||Swiss National Library||Swiss National Library||Bern|
|Micha Rieser||public library of the University of Basel, Collections||Basel University Library||Basel|
|Alexander D. Stinson||The William Blake Archive||William Blake||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|Dorothy Howard||Metropolitan New York Library Council||Metropolitan New York Library Council||New York City|
|Patrick Hadley||York Museums Trust||YMT||York|
|Patrick Hadley||Museums Development Yorkshire||YNP||Yorkshire|
|Hay Kranen||Koninklijke Bibliotheek||The Hague|
|Hans Muller||Leiden University||Leiden|
|Hans Muller||Naturalis Biodiversity Center||Leiden|
|Hans Muller||Working Group of Special Academic Libraries||Leiden|
|Arie Sonneveld||Working Group of Special Academic Libraries||2014||Netherlands|
|Rexford Nkansah||Africa Centre||Culture||Cape Town|
|Kevin Gorman||University of California, Berkeley||Berkeley|
|Sandra Fauconnier||Stichting Academisch Erfgoed||Expedities||Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam|
|Sandra Fauconnier||Nederlands Commission for UNESCO||MoW 2017||Zeeland Archives|
|Jey||Open University of Catalonia||UOC||Barcelona|
|Marc Haynes||Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol||Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol||Cardiff|
|Rocío Consales||Fundación Salvador Allende||Discursos oficiales de Salvador Allende||Santiago|
|Rob Velella||Houghton Library||Rob at Houghton||Cambridge|
|John Byrne||Cancer Research UK||WikiProject CRUK||London|
|RGmary||Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico||ICCU||Mestre|
|Daniele Metilli||Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto||Mart||Rovereto|
|Sergei Zhuravel||Business Journal||резидент||Syktyvkar|
|Iván Martínez||Museo Soumaya||Mexico City||?|
|Mikhail Melnichenko||Scientific Library of Moscow State University||резидент||Moscow|
|Federico Leva||Biblioteca Europea di Informazione e Cultura||BEIC||Milan||?|
|Lukasz Chelminski||Józef Piłsudski Institute of America||WikiProject Józef Piłsudski Institute of America||New York City|
|Netha Hussain||Calicut Medical College||Department of Pathology||Kozhikode|
|Jovana Milošević||Belgrade University Library||Универзитетска библиотека 2014||Belgrade|
|Marek Blahuš||Masaryk University||Masarykova univerzita||Brno|
|Emily Temple-Wood||National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health||NIOSH||Washington, D.C.|
|Jason Evans||National Library of Wales||National Wikimedian at the National Library of Wales||Aberystwyth|
|Eduardo Testart||National Library of Chile||Wikipedista en residencia||Santiago|
|Sara Thomas||Scottish Library and Information Council||SLIC||Glasgow|
|Sara Thomas||Museums Galleries Scotland||MGS||Edinburgh|
|Luca Martinelli||Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico||ICCU||Rome|
|Luca Martinelli||Istituto centrale per i beni sonori ed audiovisivi||ICBSA||Rome|
|Cvetko Nedelkovski||State Archive of the Republic of North Macedonia||Residence at DARM||Skopje|
|Brahim Boughalmi||Association for the protection of the medina of Tunis||MedinaPedia||Tunis|
|Rubén Ojeda de la Roza||Museum of Romanticism||Glaming Madrid||Madrid|
|Kelly Doyle||West Virginia University||Welcome||Morgantown|
|Loganathan Rathinavel||Tamil Virtual Academy||partnership||Chennai|
|Mario Šarevski||Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts||Residence at MANU||Skopje|
|Davide Denti||European Centre for Press and Media Freedom||Bando per Wikipediano in residenza allo European Centre for Press and Media Freedom||Rovereto|
|Maria Drozdek||National Museum in Warsaw||English||Warsaw|
|Maria Drozdek||Muzeum Miasta Łodzi||Kolekcja Muzeum Miasta Łodzi||Łódź|
|Marija Gajić||Jevremovac botanic garden||Ботаничка башта Јевремовац 2015||Belgrade|
|Sander Turnhout||SoortenNL||Erfgoed Gelderland||Nijmegen|
|Marco Chemello||Biblioteca Europea di Informazione e Cultura||BEIC||Milan|
|Marco Chemello||Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci"||Museoscienza||Milan|
|Rachel Helps||Brigham Young University||Harold B Lee Library||Provo|
|Zeineb Takouti||Diocesan Library of Tunis||Wikipedian in Residence at Diocesan Library of Tunis||Tunis||?|
|Zana Shtrkovska||Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts||Diary||Skopje|
|Ewan McAndrew||University of Edinburgh||University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh|
|Kerry Raymond||State Library of Queensland||First World War Wikipedian in Residence||Brisbane|
|Mrsinna||State Library of Queensland||First World War Wikipedian in Residence||Brisbane|
|Simone Massi||Mansutti Foundation||Fondazione Mansutti||Milan|
|Simone Massi||Museo Galileo||Museo Galileo||Milan|
|Stanislas Wiener||Wiener Library||Wiener Library||London|
|Lore Agirrezabal||Children Literature Documentation Center of Donostia||2016||Donostia-San Sebastián|
|Francesc Fort||Valencian Museum of Ethnology||Etnologia||Valencia|
|Francesc Fort||Provincial Council of Valencia||Cultura Diputació València||Valencia|
|Francesc Fort||Institut Valencià d'Art Modern||Valencia|
|Mauricio V. Genta||Wikimedia Argentina||Proyecto de digitalización||Buenos Aires|
|David Alves||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/164209/projeto-de-wiki-difusao-em-neuromatematica/||São Paulo|
|Michal Matúšov||World Esperanto Youth Organization||Esperanto125||Rotterdam|
|Alice White||Wellcome Trust||Wellcome||London|
|Carl Fredrik Sjöland||Swedish Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Carl_Fredrik_(WIR)||Stockholm|
|TransporterMan||Amon Carter Museum of American Art||Texas|
|Thomas Planinger||Constitutional Court of Austria||Wikipedian in Residence am österreichischen Verfassungsgerichtshof||Vienna|
|Thomas Planinger||Constitutional Court of Austria||Wikipedian in Residence am österreichischen Verfassungsgerichtshof||Vienna|
|Milica Vučetić||Belgrade University Library||Универзитетска библиотека 2016||Belgrade|
|Craig Franklin||State Library of Queensland||First World War Wikipedian in Residence||Brisbane|
|Marília Reinato Carrera||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/167130/matematica-falada-audiodescricao-de-verbetes-de-probabilidade-e-estatistica-na-wikipedia/||São Paulo|
|Miloš Todorović||Museum of Smederevo||Музеј у Смедереву 2016||Smederevo|
|Fabian Tompsett||MayDay Rooms||London|
|Cassandra DellaCorte||DePaul University||Chicago||?|
|Aaron Morris||Menter Iaith Môn||Wicibrosiect Wici Môn||Anglesey|
|John P. Sadowski||National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health||NIOSH||Washington, D.C.|
|Susan Ross||National Library of Scotland||Gaelic Wikipedian project||Edinburgh|
|Christian Cariño||Museo Soumaya||Residencia en Museo Soumaya||Mexico City|
|Monika Sengul-Jones||OCLC, Inc.||Monikasj||unknown value|
|Wilson Vicentim||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/170506/neuromatematica-na-wikipedia-criacao-e-melhoria-de-conteudo-em-plataformas-web-20/||São Paulo|
|Leire Cano||Children Literature Documentation Center of Donostia||2017||Donostia-San Sebastián|
|Daniel Almeida Abrahão Dieb||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/170992/curso-neuromat-de-jornalismo-cientifico-pratica-e-revisao-de-literatura/||São Paulo|
|Charles Matthews||ContentMine Ltd.||WikiFactMine||Cambridge|
|GjorgjiP||State Archive of the Republic of North Macedonia||Diary||Skopje|
|Gordi||City Library "Miladinovi Brothers"||Diary||Skopje|
|Susan Tolich||Auckland War Memorial Museum||Resources||Auckland|
|Olaniyan Olushola||Goge Africa||Wikipedian in Residence at Goge Africa||Lagos|
|Olfa Yakoubi||National Archives of Tunisia||Wikipedian in Residence at National Archives of Tunisia||Tunis|
|Mounir Touzri||National Archives of Tunisia||Wikipedian in Residence at National Archives of Tunisia||Tunis|
|Stefan Mitić||National Museum of Leskovac||https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Википедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Музеј_у_Лесковцу_2017.||Leskovac|
|Dušan Ružić||Museum of Yugoslav History||Музеј Југославије 2017||Belgrade|
|Aidee Murrieta||Daniel Cosío Villegas Library||Residence in Latin America||Mexico City|
|Florence Devouard||University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland||Culture and Safety in Africa||Marseille|
|Florence Devouard||World Intellectual Property Organization|
|Ewa Caban||Regional Institute of Culture in Katowice||Regionalny Instytut Kultury w Katowicach||Katowice|
|Ewa Caban||Wawel Castle||Zamek Królewski na Wawelu||Kraków|
|Giovanna Viana Fontenelle de Araújo||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/176069/novas-midias-na-construcao-de-projetos-museologicos/||São Paulo|
|Daniëlle Jansen||Nederlands Commission for UNESCO||The Hague|
|Daniëlle Jansen||Maastricht University||Maastricht|
|Miku Malinen||National Archives of Finland||Helsinki|
|Red de Leon||Bantayog ng mga Bayani||Wikipedian in Residence at Bantayog ng mga Bayani||Manila|
|Delphine Dallison||Scottish Library and Information Council||SLIC||Glasgow|
|JarrahTree||Museum of Perth||Museum of Perth||Perth|
|Marko Stanojević||Museum of Yugoslav History||https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Википедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Музеј_Југославије_2018.||Belgrade|
|Érica Azzellini||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/178343/potenciais-para-o-jornalismo-computacional-na-estruturacao-de-narrativas-de-difusao-cientifica-basea/||São Paulo|
|Niall O'Mara||National Health Library and Knowledge Service||http://hselibrary.ie/research-innovation/national-healthcare-wikipedian-in-residence/||Republic of Ireland|
|Lukas Weinbeer||International Anti-Corruption Academy||WiR Project||Laxenburg|
|Oksana Mudri-Nedić||Museum of Vrbas||Музеј у Врбасу 2018||Vrbas|
|Aleksandar Tumarić||Museum of Vojvodina||Музеј Војводине 2018||Novi Sad|
|Darold Cuba||Columbia University||LumaNatic||New York City||?|
|Alex Jung||University of Toronto Libraries||University of Toronto Libraries||Toronto|
|Milena Milenković||Historical Archive of Pirot||Историјски архив Пирот 2018||Pirot|
|Teodora Lukić||Republic Institute for the protection of cultural heritage of Serbia||Републички завод за заштиту споменика културе Београд 2018||Belgrade|
|Grzegorz Gogacz||Warsaw Public Library – Central Library of the Masovian Voivodeship||Mazowiecka Biblioteka Cyfrowa||Warsaw|
|Jovana Obradović||Historical Archive of Pančevo||Историјски архив у Панчеву 2018||Pančevo||?|
|Jelena Latov Papić||Theater Museum of Vojvodina||2019||Novi Sad|
|Jelena Latov Papić||Serbian National Theatre||https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Википедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Српско_народно_позориште,_Нови_Сад,_2019.||Novi Sad||?|
|Jeffrey Keefer||Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute||Washington, D.C.|
|Andrew Lih||Metropolitan Museum of Art||access||New York City|
|Andrew Lih||Smithsonian Institution||goal3||New York City|
|Doug Rocks-Macqueen||Society of Antiquaries of Scotland||SocAntScot||Edinburgh|
|Hilary Thorsen||Stanford University||WikiProject Linked Data for Production||Stanford|
|Jérémy Bouchez||Fondation Lionel-Groulx||speaking North America||Montreal|
|Dragana Popović||Belgrade University Library||Википедијанац стажиста||Belgrade|
|Amber Berson||Concordia University||https://library.concordia.ca/about/wikipedian-in-residence/||Montreal|
|Esther Marie Jackson||New York Botanical Garden||The Bronx|
|Suzana Mihajlović Jovanović||Historical Archive of Negotin||Историјски архив Неготин 2019||Negotin|
|Denny Vrandečić||San Francisco|
|Piotr Powierża||Museum of the History of Polish Jews||Warsaw|
|Charlotte Bonmati-Mullins||Cinémathèque québécoise||propos||Montreal|
|Pierre Tribhou||Archives nationales||https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikip%C3%A9dia:GLAM/Archives_nationales_(France)|
|Sébastien Gathier||Institut international pour la Francophonie||Wiktionnariste en résidence||Garage Citroën|
|Erin O'Neil||University of Alberta Library||WIR||Edmonton|
|Z. Blace||Rijeka City Library||Zblace||Rijeka|
|Z. Blace||Clubture Network||Zagreb|
|Elysia Webb||Annual Reviews||edited||Palo Alto|
|Miréia Arruda Figueiredo||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/192106/curso-de-jornalismo-cientifico-neuromat-uma-proposta-de-aprendizagem-colaborativa/||São Paulo|
|Wojciech Szczęsny||National Library of Poland||Biblioteka Narodowa||Warsaw|
|Adam Pacholak||Wroclaw Contemporary Museum||Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław||Wrocław|
|Caroline Stickel||Brigham Young University||Harold B Lee Library||Provo|
|Markéta Marková||Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences||Prague|
|Erika Guetti Suca||NeuroMat||https://bv.fapesp.br/pt/bolsas/195829/arquitetura-e-desenvolvimento-de-software/||Ribeirão Preto|
|Adam Harangozó||Blinken Open Society Archives||osa||Budapest|
|Adam Harangozó||National Institute for Health and Care Research||https://wikimedia.org.uk/2021/12/national-institute-for-health-research-launches-wikimedian-in-residence-in-collaboration-with-wikimedia-uk/||London|
|Lucas Prégaldiny||Institut international pour la Francophonie||https://www.wikimedia.fr/entretien-avec-wikilucas-lingua-libriste-en-residence/||Garage Citroën|
|Amanda Lawrence||RMIT University||AmandaSLawrence||Melbourne|
|Nicolas Vigneron||Clermont Auvergne Métropole||Rare book library of Clermont Auvergne Métropole|
|Rute Correia||NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Location||Information link||Date posted||Timeframe|
|NeuroMat, funded by FAPESP||São Paulo (Brasil)||holding an MA (3 positions), holding a BA in Social Communications (2 positions); proficiency in Portuguese is required, certified English knowledge requested by funding agency||August, 17, 2021||Applications accepted until March 31st, 2022, but limited positions will be filled as soon as good candidates are selected|
- Wikimedians in Residence Exchange Network, a peer to peer professional organization for Wikimedians in Residence
- wikimedian in residence (Q3809586) on Wikidata
- Wikimedians in Residence in French-speaking countries
Information on other wikis
Wikipedians in Residence are covered on a number of wikis, including:
- Wikimedia Commons category, which contains photos, information graphics, PDF presentations, and other media resources.
- English Wikipedia's encyclopedia article about WiRs; these exist in several other languages as well (see WikiData link below).
- English Wikipedia's GLAM-focused page about Wikipedians in Residence
- English Wikipedia's conflict-of-interest policy section on Wikipedians in Residence
- This Outreach Wiki's category of pages related to WiRs.
- The Wikidata entry for Wikipedians in Residence may contain additional links.
- The This Month in GLAM newsletter includes regular updates on many residencies.
- Wikipedia in the Museum: Lessons from Wikipedians in Residence 2012 Virtual Session, American Association of Museums.
- Wikipedians in Residence: Two Years of Open Culture, 2012 Open Knowledge Foundation blog, Lori Phillips.
- How Does a Wikipedian in Residence survive?, 2012 The GLAM-Wiki Experience blog, Àlex Hinojo.
- In-Residence Around the World, 2011 Wikimedia blog, Liam Wyatt.
- GLAM information Scoop.it, compilation of blogs & press regarding residencies and GLAM initiatives in general
- Wikipedian in Residence article at Wikipedia
- Creating a Wikimedian in Residence position practical how-to guide