Category:Submissions in 2016, community & outreach
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Pages in category "Submissions in 2016, community & outreach"
The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total.
- Submissions:2016/"All Together Now": Support Towards Congressional Appropriation for the Flood Control Project in Orick, California by Revealing a Levee's Ethos
- Submissions:2016/A Review of the First Year: Wikipedian in Residence for Gender Equity
- Submissions:2016/Editatona: Helping close the gender gap in Wikipedia
- Submissions:2016/Encourage/Assist Citizens to Add Info about Climate Views of Elected Officials
- Submissions:2016/Experimental interfaces for working with ZIM files
- Submissions:2016/General Audience Outreach has limited outcome: Strategy of Offline Activity
- Submissions:2016/Guide for wiki meetups
- Submissions:2016/How can Wikipedia represent indigenous people better?
- Submissions:2016/How to make successful hack-a-thon
- Submissions:2016/How Wikipedia can collaborate with the translator community
- Submissions:2016/Increasing reach of Wikimedia projects via partnerships
- Submissions:2016/Libraries & Wikipedia: Better Together
- Submissions:2016/Political editing and Neutrality
- Submissions:2016/Presidential candidate selection based on global knowledge
- Submissions:2016/Public Policy Advocacy Across Both Coasts
- Submissions:2016/Source Needed: Wikipedia and the Open Access Movement
- Submissions:2016/Teaching Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons with video
- Submissions:2016/The five and a half biggest mistakes we've made when thinking about program impact — and what we’ve learned from them
- Submissions:2016/The Transgender Gap: Trans and non-binary representation on Wikipedia
- Submissions:2016/The Wiki Ed and P&E Dashboards
- Submissions:2016/What's New in GLAM-Wiki?
- Submissions:2016/Why WikiSalons are relevant & tips to grow them
- Submissions:2016/Wiki Loves Heritage: The Case for a WMF Genealogical and Local History Wiki
- Submissions:2016/Wiki Loves Posting About Monuments: Using media to support community projects