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Contextualized Connections via Wikipedia's Category Hierarchy · 2018/Working with new editors: observations from a Wikipedia Content Expert · 2018/Workshop on countering the Balkanization of the body politic · 2018/automated recommendations for sources · 2018/introduction to wikisource workshop · 2018/wikisource update · 2019/"Professor, the bookstore has no textbook listed for this course!": Relying on WikiEdu & Wikipedia to Teach Research Methods · 2019/"WikiHealth": Results of a comprehensive review of academic health literature and Wikipedia · 2019/100 Edit-a-thon Ideas · 2019/4 Million in 4 Weeks: A case study on bulk import of cultural heritage metadata on Wikidata · 2019/AMA: Ask the developers · 2019/A Case Study of Requests for Page Protection: Clerking Administrative Noticeboards and Consensus Building · 2019/A Colonizer's Account: the Use and Mis-use of Historical Sources · 2019/A Match Made in Heaven: WikiCOIL · 2019/Aaron Swartz Hackathon · 2019/Academics in the open: How 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2019/Can Software Help Address Wikipedia's COI Problem? · 2019/Caribbean Translatathon · 2019/Cite Unseen: A Year Hence · 2019/Citizen TALES* Commons: A Collaborative Multi-Disciplinary Model of Ethical, Reliable and Inclusive Production and Dissemination of Knowledge Around Issues of Citizenship Today · 2019/Combating Online Harassment with Friends · 2019/Contributorship as Scholarship: Increased Engagement Through MediaWiki · 2019/Creating WikiCommunity at LaGuardia Community College · 2019/Cure My FEVER : Building, Breaking and Fixing Models for Fact-Checking · 2019/Design Workshop on the UX of Conveying Credibility Online · 2019/Developing Ethical, Responsible, and Reliable Information Producers · 2019/Did I just publish Fake News? · 2019/Discussing AI and Machine Learning in the Wikimedia movement · 2019/Distributing wikis · 2019/Engaging Experts Three Ways: How Wiki Education is building a bridge between Wikipedia and Subject-Matter Experts · 2019/Engaging with Scientists: 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