Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/Making Agriculture Social: Filling in gaps of agricultural wikipedia editing in the time of social distancing
Making Agriculture Social: Filling in gaps of agricultural wikipedia editing in the time of social distancing
Join us for a fully remote, agricultural-themed Wikipedia editing training session.
During this workshop, Jamie Flood, Wikipedia-in-residence at the National Agricultural Library, will review the basics of Wikipedia editing and share helpful resources that editors can use to edit or create articles related to agriculture.
This workshop will take place on Zoom.
This project will be on going and participants will be able to check back here for more information on current editing and available resources.
- March 31, 2020 2:30pm-3:30pm
- Remote via Zoom
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