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Guide to support using Wikimedia projects in teaching and coursework.
Samuel Baltz a PhD candidate in political science and scientific computing and an MS student in applied mathematics at the University of Michigan, speaks out about the growing number of political science articles in Wikipedia on American scientists and his contributions to fix it.
500 Women Scientists has designed programming to ensure the contributions of women leading in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine are reflected in the world’s largest free encyclopedia for all to discover. Learn about their impact and upcoming edit-a-thons.
The Black Lunch Table Wikimedians mobilize the creation and improvement of a specific set of Wikipedia articles that pertain to the lives and works of Black artists. At the bottom of this page you will find upcoming edit-a-thon events.
WikiProject LGBT is the community project for improving LGBT-related content on Wikidata. The community here develops recommendations for modeling LGBT+ content, presents queries for showcasing LGBT content, and is the center for discussion of challenging issues in LGBT+ data curation.
The University of Maryland Libraries works to create and enhance Wikidata items with information from the UMD Special Collections and Archives and Special Collections in Performing Arts. This project begun in 2020 and is ongoing, the university has edited more than 1,000 items thus far.