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Get started: Learn to edit![edit]

Watch these 8 brief videos to walk you through the basics of Wikipedia editing:

Now that you've gotten started, watch these 3 brief videos to learn more:

Organize: create a local event![edit]

Core organizing principles[edit]

We expect all organizers to read and follow the 'Art+Feminism Core Organizing Principles in which declare our commitment to working collaboratively, horizontally, intersectionally, with respect and in good faith. This information can be found, in English an Spanish, in our Art+Feminism Organizer's Kit.

Meetup organizer materials[edit]

Lesson plans and tutorials for in person training[edit]

  • Art+Feminism Training Lesson Plan: Organizers may use this to help lead or structure Beginner Wikipedia training sessions
  • Art + Feminism Training Slides: [PowerPoint] Organizers may use these slides to help lead or structure Beginner Wikipedia trainings. We use these slides for our Train the Trainer events, so there are some sections for collaborative work built in. If you're running a large group session, you may want to modify these slides to cut these sections out. You'll also find some helpful content in the Notes sections.
  • Advanced Wikimedia Training curricula - Includes "Adding Images," "Adding Infoboxes," "Notability Guidelines for Artists," "New Page Creation," "What do I do if my article is flagged for deletion?" and "Articles for Deletion."
  • Art + Feminism Intermediate Training Slides - Organizers may use these slides to help lead or structure Intermediate Wikipedia trainings

Advanced: more resources![edit]

Below you will find more training materials, online research tools, and other related Wikipedia projects to help you dive further into the Wikimedia community.

Search template[edit]

A comprehensive search template can be added to the talk page of any article related to Women's topics by pasting the following template code at the top of the article's talk page: {{FSS}}, which stands for Friendly search suggestions. This template will also search for free, appropriately-licensed images. It looks like this:
FSS image

More Wikipedia Editing Tutorials[edit]

Research Resources[edit]

Journal access[edit]

  • You can use Worldcat free to get citations in MLA, Chicago, and other bibliographic formats.
  • The Wikipedia Library Journals Project works to grant Wikipedians access to databases to help with their Wikipedia work, and reference work, and for general knowledge. You can request an account on the project pages but must do so in advance. Some journals, such as JSTOR, require editors to have at least 1 year and 1000 edits worth of experience.

Related Wikipedia projects[edit]

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