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Train the Trainer 2022 by Katie Crampton (WMUK)CC BY-SA 4.0

Train the Trainer 2022 – call for participants

Would you like to receive training on how to deliver Wikipedia editing events? Wikimedia UK are now inviting expressions of … Continue reading “Train the Trainer 2022 – call for participants”

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Connected Heritage: 3 month stats.CC BY-SA 4.0

Three months of Connected Heritage

By Dr Lucy Hinnie, Digital Skills Wikimedian at Wikimedia UK. As we begin to look towards 2022, and move towards … Continue reading “Three months of Connected Heritage”

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Ada Lovelace day 24 hour global editathon

On the 12th October, an international 24 hour editing marathon will start in Aotearoa New Zealand to improve the coverage … Continue reading “Ada Lovelace day 24 hour global editathon”

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Connected Heritage flyer by Katie Crampton (WMUK).CC BY-SA 4.0

Connected heritage webinars

As part of the National Lottery funded Digital Skills for Heritage initiative, Wikimedia UK is running webinars to showcase what … Continue reading “Connected heritage webinars”

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WCC logo with collage by Katie Crampton (WMUK)CC BY-SA 4.0

Celebrating #WCCWiki at 50!

By Dr Victoria Leonard, FRHistS In July 2021, #WCCWiki marked an important milestone. The initiative, designed to improve the online … Continue reading “Celebrating #WCCWiki at 50!”

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Towards a National Collection banner by Colin McDowallCC BY-SA 4.0

Towards a National Collection

TOWARDS A NATIONAL COLLECTION: WIKIMEDIA UK AND PARTNERS WORKING TOWARDS INCREASED AND DIVERSIFIED ENGAGEMENT £14.5m awarded to transform online exploration … Continue reading “Towards a National Collection”

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English: Brown hare (Lepus europaeus). An animal which has become extremely rare in Wales. More here on Lepus europaeus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_hare Cymraeg: Yr ysgyfarnog, sy'n anffodus wedi prinhau'n arw yng Nghymru.
The Winning entry, photographed by Alum Williams

Competition Winners, Wiki Loves Earth, Wales

By Robin Owain, Wales Programme Manager at Wikimedia UK This year Wales took part in the international photography competition ‘Wiki … Continue reading “Competition Winners, Wiki Loves Earth, Wales”

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Collage by Katie Crampton (WMUK) CC BY-SA 4.0.

Our 2021 AGM and Community Day

By Katie Crampton, Communications and Governance Coordinator We had a wonderful Annual General Meeting and Community Day on Saturday, and … Continue reading “Our 2021 AGM and Community Day”

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Small Charity Week – celebrating the big impact of small charities

By George Colbourn, Fundraising Development Coordinator at Wikimedia UK This year, Wikimedia UK is taking part in ‘Small Charity Week’, an annual … Continue reading “Small Charity Week – celebrating the big impact of small charities”

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