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Official Logo of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria (WUGN)
Logo GoetheInstitut 2011

In honor of African women, especially women of Nigerian descent, Wikimedia UG Nigeria in collaboration with Project Pink Blue, Goethe Institut and WikiAfrica will be co-hosting Wiki Loves Women in Nigeria.The event is conceptualized to improve the coverage of women on wikipedia and her related projects. It will be a closed event with specific target audience in mind. The event is tagged: Women inspired: Health and Community

 THANK YOU! 

A giant thank you to all the NGOs that are joining us for this event. Keep editing |

Wiki Loves Women Edit-a-Thon 2016[edit]

Goals[edit]

  • To make a substantive improvement to the representation of Nigerian women on Wikipedia
  • To encourage the Nigerian women community to learn how to contribute to Wikipedia and other Wikimedia Projects.

Wiki Loves Women’s Partners[edit]


Participation details[edit]

When
Thursday, September 29th 2016
9:00am – 4:00pm
Friday, September 30th 2016
9:00am – 3:00pm
Who
Wikipedians
Interested member of the society
No advanced technical skills required – those with experience will help
What to bring
Laptop computer with power cable
If you’ve been part of the data-gathering exercise leading up to the edit-a-thon, bring your files and photos
If you have not been part of the preparatory research work, there will be an ambitious task list for you to work on.
Where
Health & Psychological Trust Centre (HPTC)
2nd Floor, 22 Koforidua Street, Zone 2
Wuse, Abuja
RSVP
Sign up directly below or send mail to: olaniyanshol15@gmail.com
This event is free of charge but we need an advance count of attendees.

Schedule[edit]

Day One[edit]

Wiki Loves Women Edit-a-Thon - Schedule
Time Activity Speakers
9:00-9:10 am Welcome to the venue Runcie Chidebe: CEO, Project Pink Blue
9:10-10:00
Representation of Nigerian women on Wikipedia
Olaniyan Olushola
10:00-12:15 Introduction to Wikipedia Olaniyan Olushola
12:15-12:30 Wikipedia:Notability (people)


Copyright on a Free Wiki

Olaniyan Olushola,Project Lead Wiki Loves Women (Olaniyan Olushola)
Sam Oyeleye , Team member,Wiki Loves Women
12:30-1:00 Break
1:00-1:50 Basics of Wiki markup –


Wikipedia:Five pillars

Jamie Tubers
Discussion on where to from here
1:50-4:00 Introduction to Biography of Living people on Wikipedia Jamie Tubers
Discussion on where to from here

Day Two[edit]

Wiki Loves Women Edit-a-Thon - Schedule
Time Activity Speakers
9:00-3:00 pm Edit-a-thorn Olaniyan Olushola


If you don’t need the tutorials, you can just start/keep editing!

Wikipedia Editing Resources[edit]

Attendees[edit]

Please add your name below

  1. User:Paschaline Chidimma Paschaline
  2. User:halimaoij
  3. User:danico
  4. User:Avosuahi
  5. User:Preshy D
  6. User:Wikinaija
  7. User:Ekpemii
  8. User:Pam-Pam6
  9. User:drchinwegil
  10. User:Jenny Chisom
  11. User:mimie-softie
  12. User: Sarah Anlade Dantsoho
  13. User:Blossom Ozurumba
  14. User:AdesholaKomolafe
  15. User:r unciewc
  16. User:Victoria Okosun
  17. User:Chido Onumah
  18. User:Kabusa16
  19. User:Olaniyan Olushola
  20. User:Lois Auta
  21. User:Aadedami
  22. User:StrongGirl16

List of Tasks[edit]

Please add the following code to the talk pages of all articles created or improved: {{WikiProject Wiki Loves Women|class= |importance= }}

Pages which could be improved:

lists of important articles that need to be assessed or improved[edit]

List of images or data that is missing[edit]

List of expected articles to be created[edit]
Notable Names to be profiled[edit]

Edit-a-Thon Results[edit]

Please do remember to add {{WikiProject Wiki Loves Women|class=Stub|importance=}} to the talk pages of those articles

New pages[edit]

  1. Ifeoma Malo
  2. Betty Irabor
  3. Lois Auta
  4. Grace Alache Jerry
  5. Lisa Folawiyo
  6. Bisi Ibidapo-Obe

Improved pages[edit]

  1. Chido Onumah
  2. Runcie C. W. Chidebe
  3. List of Nigerian bloggers

Improving visibility of Nigerian Women on Wikipedia[edit]

Photos added to Wikimedia Commons[edit]

30 non-event Images were added to Wiki Commons

Template for Creating Info Box with Image[edit]

Cut and paste this example from the edit page here - replace the placeholder text with info for your scientist and a photo file from Wikimedia Commons, and you're good to go. (Having the birthdate means it will calculate age automatically.)

An example of what these info boxes look like is here: Linda Buck

Be careful that you don't leave any of the filler explanatory text there (the words in all capital letters). Always add "alternative image text" - that will show in rollover text and for people who use machines to read (e.g. because of visual impairment). It should be a short caption explaining the image.

The template is everything from here to the end of this section:

NAME
ALTERNATE IMAGE TEXT SUCH AS PHOTO OF X
IMAGE DESCRIPTION
Born
FULL BIRTH NAME

(1950-01-30) 30 January 1950 (age 69)
Alma mater
Known for
  • RESEARCH FOCUS (BROAD)
  • IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION(S)
  • NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT(S)
  • USE ANY OF ABOVE THAT ARE APPLICABLE AND ADD MORE BULLETS (*) AS NEEDED
Scientific career
Fields
  • FIELD OF WORK 1
  • FIELD OF WORK 2
Institutions
ThesisTITLE OF PHD THESIS IF AVAILABLE (DELETE LINE IF NOT USED) (YEAR OF PHD THESIS (IF AVAILABLE))