Category:Submissions/2023/Credibility, Mis and Disinformation
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Pages in category "Submissions/2023/Credibility, Mis and Disinformation"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.
- Submissions:2023/A positive feedback loop between Wikidata and text mining
- Submissions:2023/Activating Archives: How the Archives of Ontario is Building Community through GLAM-Wiki
- Submissions:2023/Defense against the Dark Arts: Disinformation on Wikipedia
- Submissions:2023/Every Book Its Reader
- Submissions:2023/From British Newspaper Archives to Sage Journals: Learn how to access more than 90 paywalled resources for free through The Wikipedia Library
- Submissions:2023/Governance committees in the Wikimedia movement
- Submissions:2023/Image credits on Wikipedia
- Submissions:2023/Internet Archive: The Annual WikiConference Update
- Submissions:2023/Is Motherhood & Design that Scary : Giving Birth to a Wikipedia Class Kicking and Screaming
- Submissions:2023/Metadata and Decolonization
- Submissions:2023/No Rights Reserved: What CC0 Means for Contributor Motivations, Data Provenance, and the Wikipedia Detour
- Submissions:2023/Project Korikath: an attempt to engage youth in bridging local visual knowledge gaps
- Submissions:2023/Readership of Wikipedia
- Submissions:2023/Scholia workshop
- Submissions:2023/What I've learnt about partnerships through The Wikipedia Library
- Submissions:2023/What the World Needs from Wikimedians in the Face of the Climate Crises
- Submissions:2023/What's the use (case) of starting your biography creation in Wikidata?
- Submissions:2023/Wikipedia in the Classroom: How It Started, How It’s Going