Hi, Meghanl.fitzpatrik, and welcome to both Wikipedia and INF1001! If you have any questions, feel free to leave me a message on my talk page. Here are some pages that you might find useful:
- The five pillars of Wikipedia
- How to edit a page
- An even more extensive resource for editing
- What makes a topic worthy of inclusion
- How to write a great article
- Help pages
- Evolution of an article
If you're new to U of T, the best cheap, fresh coffee is at the Campus General Store across the street from Bissell (80 cents if you bring a mug), the great halls in University College and the Hart House library are the best and most serene places to read, and the two most important people to get to know at the Faculty of Information are Christine Chan at the front desk, and Aida, the cleaning lady.--Gabby.resch (talk) 02:26, 26 September 2011 (UTC)
I have put together a survey for female editors of Wikipedia (and related projects) in order to explore, in greater detail, women's experiences and roles within the Wikimedia movement. It'd be wonderful if you could participate!
It's an independent survey, done by me, as a fellow volunteer Wikimedian. It is not being done on behalf of the Wikimedia Foundation. I hope you'll participate!
Any questions or concerns, feel free to email me or stop by my user talk page. Also, feel free to share this any other female Wikimedians you may know. It is in English, but any language Wikimedia participants are encouraged to participate. I appreciate your contributions - to the survey and to Wikipedia! Thank you! SarahStierch (talk) 21:33, 4 October 2011 (UTC)