Category:Submissions in 2016, community
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Pages in category "Submissions in 2016, community"
The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total.
- Submissions:2016/A New Approach to Behavioural Rules on a Wikimedia Project: The Technical Spaces Code of Conduct
- Submissions:2016/Academia and Wikipedia: How to Bridge this Great Divide
- Submissions:2016/Academics on Wikipedia
- Submissions:2016/Be bold and edit the map
- Submissions:2016/Beyond copyright release - model release and other media rights
- Submissions:2016/citation manager needed - Mastering your reliable sources online and offline with Zotero
- Submissions:2016/Codes of conduct at in-person events
- Submissions:2016/Colorado Caucus: State-wide Civics Lesson Every 2 Years Since 1914.
- Submissions:2016/Dial “T” for Training - Creating Effective Training Modules to Address Harassment, both Online and at Events
- Submissions:2016/Education and training workshop
- Submissions:2016/Every language in the world: Wikitongues
- Submissions:2016/FailFest (Solo Version) - Rocket Cats & Knowledge Engines
- Submissions:2016/Governance workshop: alternatives to bans and desysops
- Submissions:2016/Harassment Workshop
- Submissions:2016/How to bring diversity to Wikidata?
- Submissions:2016/I Don't Get It: Making Your Articles Readable
- Submissions:2016/Investing in our Editors: How to Edit Templates in 15 minutes
- Submissions:2016/Source Needed: Wikipedia and the Open Access Movement
- Submissions:2016/The Other Side of COI: Volunteer Response to Professional Contributors
- Submissions:2016/Tracking the Triple Crown: Creating quality content
- Submissions:2016/Train reviewers to become ambassadors
- Submissions:2016/Welcoming and Helping New Editors: A Month at the Teahouse
- Submissions:2016/What went right and what went wrong at WikiConference India 2016
- Submissions:2016/What's Wikidata? How does it work?
- Submissions:2016/Wikimania's Yellow Army: Behind the scenes
- Submissions:2016/WikiProject X: The development of the future of on-wiki project coordination, or: omg wtf contentmodels!