|/District of Columbia
|GLAM/District of Columbia is a compilation of information about GLAM-Wikimedia partnerships in the District of Columbia.
- Cultural professionals: Use the resources below to connect with local Wikipedians who can help you get started on a project.
- Wikimedians: Please add GLAM-Wikimedia projects and news as needed.
Washington D.C. Wikipedians getting together at the National Archives
, a celebration of Wikipedia's 10th anniversary online, on January 22, 2011.
|Jim Hayes (email)
||Engineer, management consultant
||Strategic planning, outreach, content creation
||Public Art, National Register of Historic Places, Fine Arts, American History, History of Technology
||Content creation, outreach, Scan-a-Thons
||Sailing ships, Federal Art Project, Native Americans, small towns/rural areas, endangered languages, Global South
||Wikipedian in Residence at the National Archives and Records Administration; Library science (archives concentration) grad student, Simmons College
||Event planning, archives.library outreach, GLAM strategy
||Archives/libraries, history (esp. Latin America), Wikisource (transcription)
WikiProject District of Columbia
- Post a note on the Talk page explaining that you're looking for a local Wikipedian to help with a GLAM project.
- For the Campus Ambassador program, Washington D.C. is located in U.S. Region 4 (Greater Chesapeake): Rest of Virginia and Maryland, West Virginia.
- Regional Ambassador: [apply now!]
- Interim Regional Ambassador: Rob Pongsajapan (email Rob)
Current District of Columbia GLAM-Wiki partnerships
Press for District of Columbia GLAM-Wiki partnerships
- Wikipedian in Residence helps share the Smithsonian archives, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, July 28, 2011
- How Wikipedians in Residence are opening up cultural institutions, (Feature on National Archives residency), The Atlantic, June 16, 2011
- National Archives’ First Wikipedian in Residence: This article is a stub, The National Archives blog, April 27, 2011
- (More information to come)