Expert outreach/National Wikimedian at the National Library of Wales/Welsh Women Wiki Editathon

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Welsh Women Wiki Edit-a-thon - In a nutshell

  • Where?: Swansea University Library
  • When?: 28 Sept, 10am - 5pm
  • Contact: J.Baker(at)Swansea.ac.uk
  • Twitter: #Welshwomenwiki
  • Cost: Free.
  • How to attend?:
  • Bring: enthusiasm

Theme[edit | edit source]

Students, staff and alumni at Swansea Uni were invited to take part in the first of a series of Wikipedia edit-a-thon’s aimed at raising the visibility of inspiring women and celebrating their achievements.

Attendees[edit | edit source]

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Welsh Women Editathon Swansea.jpg
  1. Jason.nlw (talk) Jason Evans, National Wikimedian at NLW (Trainer)
  2. User:a.r.mcnally
  3. User:Greengurkha
  4. User:Swansea Women in Business
  5. User:haslucks
  6. User:Nejaby
  7. User:Vaw1
  8. User:Katrina Pritchard
  9. User:Llysteg
  10. User:Scapner
  11. User:ekhewitt
  12. User:OMHowells
  13. User:ScienceNatty
  14. User:Whistlaw
  15. User:Tphipps107
  16. User:KatrinaME
  17. user:SophiaKomninou
  18. User:rhiwgoch
  19. user:Swansalona
  20. user:Universityaccount
  21. User:Emma Nehemaih
  22. Isabelle Wood

New articles[edit | edit source]

  1. Anne Borsay, Professor of Medical Humanities
  2. Helen Molyneux‎
  3. Soapbox Science
  4. Lesley Williams (politician)
  5. Diane Kelly (scientist)
  6. Rosalind Rusbridge
  7. Elizabeth Haywood
  8. Gwendoline Trubshaw
  9. Siwan Davies
  10. Mary Williams (professor)
  11. Elisabeth Bennett
  12. Florence Annie Mockeridge
  13. Deirdre Beddoe
  14. Janet Burton
  15. Κathleen Lonsdale (Greek)
  16. Martha Hughes Cannon (Greek)
  17. Diane Kelly (scientist)
  18. Olwen Williams
  19. Draft:Professor Helen Snooks

Improved articles[edit | edit source]

  1. Emily Frost Phipps
  2. Swansea University
  3. Valerie Randle
  4. Electron backscatter diffraction
  5. 2016 Birthday Honours
  6. Peter Hain
  7. Judith M. Bennett