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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.

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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.


Successful formats
Time allocation
  • Fulltime for a very short period (e.g. British Museum project, 5 weeks)
  • Fulltime for a longer period (e.g. Chateau de Versailles project, 6 months. University of Edinburgh project, 18 months)
  • Part time for a long period (e.g. Children's Museum of Indianapolis project, 1 year)
  • Part time permanently (e.g. Bundesdenkmalamt - Scanproject, Vienna, minimum 3-4 years)
  • Wholly unpaid (e.g. British Museum project, Bundesdenkmalamt)
  • Study credit (e.g. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis project, first 3 months)
  • Stipend/scholarship (e.g. Chateau de Versailles)
  • Paid internship (e.g. Early NARA projects)
  • Contract employee (e.g. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis project, year 2)
  • Full time employee (e.g. National Archive Full time Wikipedian in Residence, University of Edinburgh Wikimedian in Residence)
Recruitment method
  • Published job offer through official recruitment process (e.g. NARA) [could add Chapter rep. to interview panel if necessary].
  • Outsource recruitment to local Wikimedia Chapter (e.g. Versailles project)
  • Informal recruitment through existing social media connection (e.g. Indianapolis Museum of Art)
  • Identify existing Wikipedia community leader in relevant field (e.g. Israeli Museum)
  • Self-initiated contact from a Wikimedian/pedian to the institution (e.g. British Museum, Bundesdenkmalamt)

Wikipedia, Wikidata, and the Wikimedia platform is a 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 organizationsEdit

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.

For individualsEdit

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.

Typical activitiesEdit

Strategic planning in new mediaEdit

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.

Text editingEdit

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.

Sharing datasetsEdit

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 collectionsEdit

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.

Community engagementEdit

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 studiesEdit

Summary of first 2 years of WiR activities

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 WiRsEdit

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.

For the live table, see this Wikidata query
Wikimedians in Residence
Wikimedian (Q3809586) Organisation (P108) Link (P2699) Location (P937) Start (P580) End (P582)
Liam Wyatt  British MuseumBMLondonJune 2010July 2010
Lori Byrd-McDevitt  The Children's Museum of IndianapolisTCMIIndianapolisAugust 2010?
Benoît Evellin  Palace of VersaillesChâteau de VersaillesPalace of VersaillesFebruary 2011August 2011
Àlex Hinojo Sánchez  Museu PicassoMuseu PicassoBarcelonaMarch 2011August 2011
Àlex Hinojo Sánchez  Museu Nacional d'Art de CatalunyaMNACBarcelonaMay 2012May 2013
Remulazz  lettera27lettera27Milan30 March 2011 
Roger Bamkin  Derby Museum and Art GalleryDerbyDerbyApril 2011September 2011
Laura Hale  Australian Paralympic CommitteeThe History of the Paralympic Movement in Australia May 2011September 2012
Sarah Stierch  Archives of American ArtAAAWashington, D.C.May 2011October 2011
Sarah Stierch  Smithsonian Institution ArchivesSIAWashington, D.C.March 2012June 2012
Sarah Stierch  World Digital LibraryOutcomesWashington, D.C.January 2013December 2013
Dominic Byrd-McDevitt  National Archives at College ParkNARACollege ParkMay 2011October 2012
Richard Knipel  Museum of Modern ArtMoMANew York CityJune 2011December 2011
Richard Knipel  Metropolitan Museum of ArtMetropolitan Museum of ArtNew York CityJuly 2017 
Daniel Mietchen  Open Knowledge Foundation GermanyOABerlinJuly 2011July 2013
Andy Mabbett  Royal Society of ChemistryRSCWikiCambridge Science Park22 September 201418 September 2015
Andy Mabbett  Birmingham Museums TrustThinktankThinktank, Birmingham Science MuseumJanuary 2015June 2015
Andy Mabbett  ORCID, Inc.ORCID June 2014 
Andy Mabbett  The New Art Gallery WalsallNew Art Gallery WalsallThe New Art Gallery WalsallMay 2013June 2013
Andy Mabbett  ARKiveARKiveBristolJuly 2011October 2011
Andy Mabbett  Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive ServiceSAHSStaffordshire County MuseumMay 2013June 2013
Andy Mabbett  Lancashire County Council’s Museum ServiceQSMMQueen Street MillMarch 2013September 2014
Andy Mabbett  TED  January 2016July 2016
Andy Mabbett  Queen Mary University of LondonHMBRGLondonApril 2017August 2017
Andy Mabbett  The Physiological SocietyPhySocLondonApril 2017October 2017
Andy Mabbett  Coventry UniversityCoventry UniversityDisruptive Media Learning LabJune 2019 
Yair Talmor  Israel MuseumIMJIsraelSeptember 2011November 2011
Daniel Tsvi Framowitz  National Library of IsraelNLIJerusalemDecember 2011May 2012
Francis Awinda  Africa CentreCultureCape TownJanuary 2012December 2012
Rexford Nkansah  Africa CentreCultureCape TownJanuary 2014December 2014
Ole Palnatoke Andersen  National Museum of DenmarkResiderende wikipedianerCopenhagenApril 2012May 2012
Ole Palnatoke Andersen  Royal Danish LibraryWikiProjekt DiamantenCopenhagenOctober 2012December 2012
Lane Rasberry  Consumer ReportsConsumer ReportsYonkersApril 2012April 2018
Lane Rasberry  School of Data ScienceUniversity of VirginiaCharlottesvilleMarch 2018 
Andrew Gray  British LibraryBLLondonMay 2012April 2013
Maximilian Klein  OCLC, Inc.VIAFCaliforniaJune 2012February 2014
Marcus Cyron  German Archaeological InstituteGerman Archaeological InstituteBerlinJune 2012November 2012
Hubertl  BundesdenkmalamtBundesdenkmalamt AustriaViennaJuly 2012 
David Parreño Mont  PalafrugellPalafrugellPalafrugellJuly 2012August 2012
David Parreño Mont  Library Service of CataloniaBibliotequesCataloniaSeptember 2013December 2013
Aaron Morris  Menter Iaith MônWicibrosiect Wici MônAngleseyDecember 2016 
Lennart Guldbrandsson  Swedish National Heritage BoardpdfStockholmJune 2012November 2012
André Costa  Swedish National Heritage BoardpdfStockholmJune 2012November 2012
Timothy Sandole  Belfer Center for Science and International AffairsAssessment of Belfer Center Wikipedian in Residence programCambridgeAugust 2012August 2013
Ole Palnatoke Andersen  National Museum of DenmarkResiderende wikipedianerCopenhagenApril 2012May 2012
Ole Palnatoke Andersen  Royal Danish LibraryWikiProjekt DiamantenCopenhagenOctober 2012December 2012
Michael Barera  Gerald R. Ford Presidential LibraryGFPLMAnn ArborJanuary 2013April 2013
Esther Solé i Martí  Museu d'Art Jaume MoreraArt Jaume MoreraLleidaFebruary 2013February 2014
John Cummings  Natural History MuseumNHMandSMLondonMarch 2013January 2014
John Cummings  UNESCOUnited NationsParisAugust 2015 
Galazan  Museum of the History of CataloniaHistòria de CatalunyaBarcelonaMarch 2012June 2013  State Library of New South WalesSLNSWSydneyMarch 2012June 2013
Tim Moritz Hector  ZDFZDFcheckMainzMay 2013October 2013
Mary Mark Ockerbloom  Science History InstituteChemical Heritage FoundationPhiladelphiaMay 2013June 2020
Mariona Aragay  Museu de la Música de BarcelonaEl Museu de la Música incorpora una viquipedista resident per difondre el museu i la música catalana a InternetBarcelonaMay 2013December 2013
Kevin Rutherford  Ladd ObservatoryLadd ObservatoryProvidenceJune 2013August 2013
Evelyn Swan  American Folk Art Museum New York CityFebruary 2013June 2013
Micha Rieser  Swiss Federal ArchivesSwiss Federal ArchivesBernJuly 2013December 2013
Micha Rieser  Swiss National LibrarySwiss National LibraryBernJanuary 2014October 2014
Micha Rieser  public library of the University of Basel, CollectionsBasel University LibraryBaselMarch 2015October 2015
Ally Crockford  National Library of ScotlandNLSEdinburghJuly 2013March 2015
Molly McGowan  Royal Ontario MuseumROMTorontoMay 20132014
Hay Kranen  Koninklijke BibliotheekWiRThe HagueOctober 2013October 2014
Dorothy Howard  Metropolitan New York Library CouncilMetropolitan New York Library CouncilNew York CityAugust 2013March 2015
Alexander D. Stinson  The William Blake ArchiveWilliam BlakeUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillAugust 2013January 2014
Sandra Fauconnier  Stichting Academisch ErfgoedExpeditiesSpecial Collections of the University of Amsterdam1 January 201431 December 2014
Sandra Fauconnier  Nederlands Commission for UNESCOMoW 2017Zeeland ArchivesMay 2017September 2017
Arie Sonneveld  Working Group of Special Academic Libraries2014NetherlandsNovember 2013March 2015
Patrick Hadley  York Museums TrustYMTYorkOctober 2013April 2014
Patrick Hadley  Museums Development YorkshireYNPYorkshireJuly 2014July 2015
Kevin Gorman  University of California, Berkeley BerkeleyJanuary 2014January 2015
Iván Martínez  Museo Soumaya Mexico CityJuly 2014?
Rocío Consales  Fundación Salvador AllendeDiscursos oficiales de Salvador AllendeSantiagoMarch 2014May 2014
Lukasz Chelminski  Józef Piłsudski Institute of AmericaWikiProject Józef Piłsudski Institute of AmericaNew York CitySeptember 2014December 2014
Marc Haynes  Coleg Cymraeg CenedlaetholColeg Cymraeg CenedlaetholCardiffMarch 2014September 2014
Luca Martinelli  Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo UnicoICCURomeApril 201531 December 2019
Luca Martinelli  Istituto centrale per i beni sonori ed audiovisiviICBSARome15 September 201731 December 2018
RGmary  Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo UnicoICCUMestreApril 2014August 2014
Sydney Poore  CochraneWIRLiverpoolApril 2014April 2016
Jennifer Dawson  CochraneWIR 2017 
Rob Velella  Houghton LibraryRob at HoughtonCambridgeApril 2014December 2014
John Byrne  Cancer Research UKWikiProject CRUKLondonApril 2014February 2015
Jey  Open University of CataloniaUOCBarcelonaFebruary 2014August 2014
Daniele Metilli  Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and RoveretoMartRoveretoMay 2014November 2014
Sergei Zhuravel  Business JournalрезидентSyktyvkarMay 2014January 2016
Mikhail Melnichenko  Scientific Library of Moscow State UniversityрезидентMoscowSeptember 2014 
Netha Hussain  Calicut Medical CollegeDepartment of PathologyKozhikodeOctober 2014January 2016
Jovana Milošević  Belgrade University LibraryУниверзитетска библиотека 2014BelgradeNovember 2014December 2014
Eduardo Testart  National Library of ChileWikipedista en residenciaSantiagoJanuary 2015November 2015
Jason Evans  National Library of WalesNational Wikimedian at the National Library of WalesAberystwythJanuary 2015 
Martin Poulter  Bodleian LibrariesBodleianOxfordApril 2015March 2016
Martin Poulter  JiscJisc AmbassadorBristolJuly 2013April 2014
Martin Poulter  University of OxfordOxfordOxfordOctober 2016October 2019
Martin Poulter  Khalili CollectionsKhaliliLondonFebruary 2020 
Cvetko Nedelkovski  State Archive of the Republic of North MacedoniaResidence at DARMSkopje15 June 201515 September 2015
Marija Gajić  Jevremovac botanic gardenБотаничка башта Јевремовац 2015Belgrade9 November 20158 December 2015
Rubén Ojeda de la Roza  Museum of RomanticismGlaming MadridMadridSeptember 2015January 2016
Davide Denti  European Centre for Press and Media FreedomBando per Wikipediano in residenza allo European Centre for Press and Media FreedomRoveretoOctober 2015March 2016
Mario Šarevski  Macedonian Academy of Sciences and ArtsResidence at MANUSkopjeOctober 2015 
Zana Shtrkovska  Macedonian Academy of Sciences and ArtsDiarySkopjeJanuary 2016December 2016
Loganathan Rathinavel  Tamil Virtual AcademypartnershipChennaiOctober 2015March 2016
Kelly Doyle  West Virginia UniversityWelcomeMorgantownOctober 2015July 2018
Marco Chemello  Biblioteca Europea di Informazione e CulturaBEICMilanJanuary 2016 
Marco Chemello  Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci"MuseoscienzaMilanMarch 2016May 2016
Federico Leva  Biblioteca Europea di Informazione e CulturaBEICMilanSeptember 2014?
Kerry Raymond  State Library of QueenslandFirst World War Wikipedian in ResidenceBrisbaneFebruary 2016April 2016
Mrsinna  State Library of QueenslandFirst World War Wikipedian in ResidenceBrisbaneFebruary 2016April 2016
Ewan McAndrew  University of EdinburghUniversity of EdinburghEdinburghJanuary 2016January 2019
Simone Massi  Mansutti FoundationFondazione MansuttiMilanFebruary 2016April 2016
Simone Massi  Museo GalileoMuseo GalileoMilanApril 2016June 2016
Stanislas Wiener  Wiener LibraryWiener LibraryLondon1 March 20161 March 2017
Niccolò Caranti  MUSE TrentoMarch 2016April 2016
Rachel Helps  Brigham Young UniversityHarold B Lee LibraryProvoJanuary 2016January 2021
Francesc Fort  Valencian Museum of EthnologyEtnologiaValenciaApril 2016July 2016
Francesc Fort  Provincial Council of ValenciaCultura Diputació ValènciaValenciaSeptember 2016December 2017
Alice White  Wellcome LibraryWellcomeLondonMay 2016 
Carl Fredrik Sjöland  Swedish Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services 2016 
Thomas Planinger  Constitutional CourtWikipedian in Residence am österreichischen VerfassungsgerichtshofViennaJuly 2016September 2016
Thomas Planinger  Constitutional CourtWikipedian in Residence am österreichischen VerfassungsgerichtshofViennaJuly 2017August 2017
Brahim Boughalmi  Association for the protection of the medina of TunisMedinaPediaTunisAugust 2015December 2016
Zeineb Takouti  Diocesan Library of TunisWikipedian in Residence at Diocesan Library of TunisTunisJanuary 2016?
TransporterMan  Amon Carter Museum of American Art TexasJuly 2016 
Milica Vučetić  Belgrade University LibraryУниверзитетска библиотека 2016Belgrade8 July 20167 August 2016
Craig Franklin  State Library of QueenslandFirst World War Wikipedian in ResidenceBrisbaneAugust 2016April 2018
David Alves  NeuroMatão PauloApril 2016March 2017
Marília Carrera  NeuroMatão PauloSeptember 2016August 2017
Emily Temple-Wood  National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthNIOSHWashington, D.C.January 2015July 2016
Érica Azzellini  NeuroMatão PauloJune 2018May 2019
Miloš Todorović  Museum of SmederevoМузеј у Смедереву 2016Smederevo14 September 201613 October 2016
Michal Matúšov  World Esperanto Youth OrganizationEsperanto125RotterdamApril 2016January 2017
Maria Drozdek  National Museum in WarsawEnglishWarsawNovember 2015October 2016
Maria Drozdek  Lodz City MuseumKolekcja Muzeum Miasta ŁodziŁódźOctober 2017December 2017
Fabian Tompsett  MayDay RoomsMayDay RoomsLondonNovember 2016 
Michelle van Lanschot  Gelderland heritageErfgoed GelderlandArnhemJanuary 2017December 2017
Sander Turnhout  SoortenNLErfgoed GelderlandNijmegen20162017
Cassandra DellaCorte  DePaul University ChicagoDecember 2016?
Christian Cariño  Museo SoumayaResidencia en Museo SoumayaMexico CityFebruary 2017February 2018
Charles Matthews  ContentMine Ltd.WikiFactMineCambridgeApril 2017September 2017
Richard Knipel  Museum of Modern ArtMoMANew York CityJune 2011December 2011
Richard Knipel  Metropolitan Museum of ArtMetropolitan Museum of ArtNew York CityJuly 2017 
Susan Tolich  Auckland War Memorial MuseumResourcesAuckland12 June 201714 July 2017
Lore Agirrezabal  Children Literature Documentation Center of Donostia2016Donostia-San Sebastián2 March 201631 July 2016
Leire Cano  Children Literature Documentation Center of Donostia2017Donostia-San Sebastián21 March 201731 December 2017
GjorgjiP  State Archive of the Republic of North MacedoniaDiarySkopjeJune 2017November 2017
Gordi  City Library "Miladinovi Brothers"DiarySkopje9 June 20179 September 2017
Sara Thomas  Scottish Library and Information CouncilSLICGlasgowAugust 2017April 2018
Sara Thomas  Museums Galleries ScotlandMGSEdinburghJanuary 2015June 2016
Marek Blahuš  Masaryk UniversityMasarykova univerzitaBrno2015 
Mounir Touzri  National Archives of TunisiaWikipedian in Residence at National Archives of TunisiaTunisSeptember 2017October 2017
Olfa Yakoubi  National Archives of TunisiaWikipedian in Residence at National Archives of TunisiaTunisSeptember 2017October 2017
Wilson Vicentim  NeuroMatão PauloMarch 2017February 2018
Emma Rydberg  InternetmuseumInternetmuseumStockholmSeptember 2017 
Florence Devouard  University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern SwitzerlandCulture and Safety in AfricaMarseilleDecember 2017January 2018
Dušan Ružić  Museum of Yugoslav HistoryМузеј Југославије 2017BelgradeNovember 2017December 2017
Stefan Mitić  National museum of LeskovacВикипедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Музеј_у_Лесковцу_2017.LeskovacNovember 2017December 2017
Miku Malinen  National Archives of Finland HelsinkiFebruary 2018December 2018
Olaniyan Olushola  Goge AfricaWikipedian in Residence at Goge AfricaLagosJuly 2017March 2018
Red de Leon  Bantayog ng mga BayaniWikipedian in Residence at Bantayog ng mga BayaniManilaApril 2018June 2018
Delphine Dallison  Scottish Library and Information CouncilSLICGlasgowMay 2018March 2019
Marko Stanojević  Museum of Yugoslav HistoryВикипедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Музеј_Југославије_2018.BelgradeMay 2018July 2018
Tom Hogarth  Museum of PerthMuseum of PerthPerthMay 2018 
Aleksandar Tumarić  Museum of VojvodinaМузеј Војводине 2018Novi SadAugust 2018October 2018
Lukas Weinbeer  International Anti-Corruption AcademyWiR ProjectLaxenburgAugust 2018September 2018
Oksana Mudri-Nedić  Museum of VrbasМузеј у Врбасу 2018VrbasAugust 2018September 2018
Darold Cuba  Columbia UniversityLumaNaticNew York CitySeptember 2018?
Monika Sengul-Jones  OCLC, Inc.Monikasjunknown valueMarch 2017May 2018
Aidee Murrieta  Daniel Cosío Villegas LibraryResidence in Latin AmericaMexico City6 November 201730 November 2018
Alex Jung  University of Toronto LibrariesUniversity of Toronto LibrariesTorontoOctober 2018December 2020
Milena Milenković  Historical Archive of PirotИсторијски архив Пирот 2018PirotOctober 2018December 2018
John P. Sadowski  National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthNIOSHWashington, D.C.January 2017 
Teodora Lukić  Republic Institute for the protection of cultural heritage of SerbiaРепублички завод за заштиту споменика културе Београд 2018BelgradeNovember 2018December 2018
Jovana Obradović  Historical Archive of PančevoИсторијски архив у Панчеву 2018PančevoNovember 2018?
Giovanna Fontenelle  NeuroMatão PauloFebruary 2018February 2019
Jelena Latov Papić  Theater Museum of Vojvodina2019Novi SadDecember 2018January 2019
Jelena Latov Papić  Serbian National TheatreВикипедија:Википедијанац_стажиста/Српско_народно_позориште,_Нови_Сад,_2019.Novi Sad16 May 2019?
Niall O'Mara  National Health Library and Knowledge Service 2018August 2019
Dragana Popović  Belgrade University LibraryВикипедијанац стажистаBelgrade1 March 20191 April 2019
Jérémy Bouchez  Fondation Lionel-Groulxspeaking North AmericaMontrealMarch 2019March 2020
Mike Dickison  Wikimedia Foundation New ZealandJuly 2018June 2019
Mike Dickison  Lincoln UniversityLincolnLincoln25 November 201917 December 2019
Aleksandar Tumarić  Museum of VojvodinaМузеј Војводине 2018Novi SadAugust 2018October 2018
Suzana Mihajlović Jovanović  Historical Archive of NegotinИсторијски архив Неготин 2019NegotinJuly 2019September 2019
Amber Berson  Concordia University 2019June 2020
Doug Rocks-Macqueen  Society of Antiquaries of ScotlandSocAntScotEdinburghFebruary 2019December 2019
Esther Marie Jackson  New York Botanical Garden The BronxJuly 2019February 2020
Jeffrey Keefer  Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Washington, D.C.2019 
Andrew Lih  Metropolitan Museum of Art Metropolitan Museum of ArtJanuary 2019 
Susan Ross  National Library of ScotlandGaelic Wikipedian projectEdinburghJanuary 2017December 2017
Hilary Thorsen  Stanford UniversityWikiProject Linked Data for ProductionStanfordMarch 2019 
Sébastien Gathier  Institut international pour la FrancophonieWiktionnariste en résidenceLyon6 January 202031 December 2020
Elysia Webb  Annual ReviewseditedPalo AltoJune 2020 
Z. Blace  Rijeka City LibraryZblaceRijekaJune 2020May 2021
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