Expert outreach/National Wikimedian at the National Library of Wales/Women in Tech, Edit-a-thon, Cardiff Uni

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Welcome to the event page for Cardiff University's Special Collections Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. 10th of March 2018.

CU Special collections uploaded this 1908 Suffrage society banner to Wikimedia Commons, their first official Open Access digital image!

Aims[edit | edit source]

The event was planned to coincide with International Women's Day and the goal was to improve or create Wikipedia articles on Women’s suffrage, women in politics, media and STEM in order to help combat gender inequality on Wikipedia.

Attendees[edit | edit source]

  1. w:User:Jason.nlw (Trainer)
  2. w:User:Eiri wicicaerdydd
  3. w:User:Gwenno wicicaerdydd
  4. w:User:darkivist
  5. w:User:MathomHouser
  6. w:User:Travelling together
  7. w:User:Johans68
  8. w:User:philippada
  9. w:User:EstherDL
  10. w:User:Michael J Goodman
  11. w:User:tss502

Articles created[edit | edit source]

  1. cy:Millicent Fawcett
  2. cy:Lydia Becker
  3. cy:Rose Mary Crawshay
  4. cy:Rhoi'r bleidlais i ferched yng Nghymru
  5. cy:Sybil Thomas, Is-Iarlles Rhondda
  6. cy:Mary Gawthorpe
  7. cy:Sylvia Pankhurst
  8. w:Matilda of Saxony, countess of Flanders
  9. w:Hayley Parsons
  10. w:Txe Arana
  11. w:Francesca Vendrell i Gallostra

Articles improved[edit | edit source]

  1. w:Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Redlist index

Gallery[edit | edit source]