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Pages in category "Submissions/2019/Relationship Building & Support"
The following 49 pages are in this category, out of 49 total.
- Submissions:2019/100 Edit-a-thon Ideas
- Submissions:2019/4 Million in 4 Weeks: A case study on bulk import of cultural heritage metadata on Wikidata
- Submissions:2019/AfroCROWD Launch of Wikimedia Training videos
- Submissions:2019/Approaching the Climate Crisis as Wikimedians
- Submissions:2019/Ask Wiki Education
- Submissions:2019/Birds of a Feather Art+Feminism
- Submissions:2019/Birds of a feather: classroom programs and campaigns
- Submissions:2019/Building a Scholarly Knowledge Base with Wikidata: A Case Study from Vanderbilt University
- Submissions:2019/Building Broad and Diverse Wikipedia Capacity in Institutions of Higher Education: Case Study—the University of Massachusetts Lowell
- Submissions:2019/Building Scholia profiles
- Submissions:2019/Caribbean Translatathon
- Submissions:2019/Citizen TALES* Commons: A Collaborative Multi-Disciplinary Model of Ethical, Reliable and Inclusive Production and Dissemination of Knowledge Around Issues of Citizenship Today
- Submissions:2019/Creating WikiCommunity at LaGuardia Community College
- Submissions:2019/Engaging Experts Three Ways: How Wiki Education is building a bridge between Wikipedia and Subject-Matter Experts
- Submissions:2019/Engaging with Scientists: Sharing Knowledge and Encouraging Editing Through a Science Library
- Submissions:2019/Engaging with Wikipedia in Medical Education: A Dermatology Case Study
- Submissions:2019/Fringe theories and edit histories: Six tips for critical information literacy on health topics with Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/How can libraries and Wikimedia build each other up?
- Submissions:2019/Lettuce Into the Meal: A SNAC Update
- Submissions:2019/Leveraging On-Campus Expertise to Improve Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/Libraries as a Locus of Disruption for Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/Limits of Wikidata
- Submissions:2019/Mind the Gap: How Students are Tackling Important Content Gaps on Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/New England meetup and project roundtable
- Submissions:2019/Newbies, patrollers, and educators
- Submissions:2019/Open Access at the Cleveland Museum of Art
- Submissions:2019/Présentation GLAM en république Guinée
- Submissions:2019/Psychological safety - building block for great team building
- Submissions:2019/Public Policy Roundtable
- Submissions:2019/Putting Institutional Partners at Ease: Becoming a Reliable Guide in an Unfamiliar Landscape
- Submissions:2019/Quarry tutorial: Using SQL to get info about wikis
- Submissions:2019/Students and the culture of Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/Taking Wiki Loves Monuments in the US to the Next Level
- Submissions:2019/The 1000 Women in Religion Project: Bridging the Divide Between the Academy and Wikipedia
- Submissions:2019/The Wikimedia Movement Strategy and You: What Are the Recommendations and What Can You Do About Them?
- Submissions:2019/There is no needle: searching through the web’s haystack for reliable legal information
- Submissions:2019/Understanding the technical challenges of small wikis in North America
- Submissions:2019/What Open Access principles do we need for cultural heritage?
- Submissions:2019/What We Learn from Building WikiLoop
- Submissions:2019/Wiki Caribbean Panel and Discussion on Survey Findings
- Submissions:2019/Wiki LGBT+ meetup
- Submissions:2019/WikiCite track/Introduction to WikiCite
- Submissions:2019/Wikimedia and the Sustainable Development Goals — what next?
- Submissions:2019/Wikimedia coverage of the future
- Submissions:2019/Wikimedia in humanitarian contexts
- Submissions:2019/Wikipedia at Boston University: Creating a Community of Editors and Teachers
- Submissions:2019/Wikipedia editing in Introductory Psychology: Teaching students online research skills while targeting gender bias
- Submissions:2019/Wikisource review and workshop
- Submissions:2019/Wikispore: Wider than Wikipedia, Deeper than Wikidata