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The events in the list below may be of interest to Wikimedia UK volunteers and members. The list includes events run by or related to the charity, as well as unconnected Wikimedia or open knowledge events that may be of interest, especially within the UK. You can expect to find Wikimedia UK volunteers at most of these.

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Past events

2017[edit | edit source]

January[edit | edit source]

February[edit | edit source]

  • 08 - Wikipedia and Wikimedia for Public Engagement (lunchtime workshop for staff at Oxford University)
  • 11 - London meetup
  • 18 - Cambridge meetup, to be confirmed
  • 20 - Wiki Education conference (Middlesex University)
  • 21 - Gender, global health and justice editathon (Edinburgh)
  • 21 - Wikidata for visualising and publicising research (workshop for staff at Oxford University)
  • 22 - Veterinary Medicine research editing session for students (Edinburgh)
  • 23 - History of Medicine editathon (Edinburgh)

March[edit | edit source]

  • 03 - Improving Wikipedia in your subject area (workshop at the University of Oxford)
  • 08 - Student Association editathon / Translation Society editathon for International Women's Day (Edinburgh)

April[edit | edit source]

May[edit | edit source]

  • 18 - Working with the Open Culture movement (workshop for staff at the Bodleian Library, Oxford)