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=English Language Resources=
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* [[English Language Resources/Organisers|Organizers]]
==Learn to Edit on Wikipedia==
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**In this section you will learn how to organize events locally or online.
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* [[English Language Resources/Editors|Editors: Learn to Edit on Wikipedia]]:
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**In this section you will find slide decks, PDFs, and videos that can all be used to build your Wikipedia editing skills.
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* [[English Language Resources/Editors/Wikidata|Editors: Learn to Edit on Wikidata]]:
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**In this section you will find slide decks, PDFs, and videos that can all be used to build your Wikidata editing skills.
  
===Quick Guide For Editors===
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[[Category:English Language Resources]]
What are the first things you need to know about editing Wikipedia? This user-friendly PDF provides an overview of the basic information you’ll need to know to edit articles on Wikipedia. But if you want to keep learning, you’ll find more in-depth text and video training materials as you scroll down this page!
 
 
 
===Learning Resources===
 
These bite-sized presentations are focused on specific skills. You can follow them in the order we’ve organized them, which roughly follows how we run our in-person trainings at events, or you can jump in where you need help!
 
 
 
Below you’ll find links to PDF documents and Google Slides that you can use and remix for your own training, and video tutorials.
 
 
 
====Basic Training====
 
 
 
;Closing the Gender Gap on Wikipedia:
 
Learn about why your participation within the Wikipedia community matters!
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Navigating Wikipedia Pages
 
Learn about the ins-and-outs of Wikipedia pages. This is an essential first step!
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Basic Rules of Editing
 
Before you edit, there are a couple of community-built guidelines you need to know about.
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Userpages and the Sandbox
 
Userpages and the Sandbox are essential Wikipedia tools. Learn how and why you should use both.
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
;Adding Citations
 
Adding citations to existing articles is one of the most important things you can do on Wikipedia, learn the ins-and-outs of citing sources.
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
====Basic Training (Full Length)====
 
This slide deck aggregates all the bite-sized trainings above into a single 1-1.5 hour training that you can use at events.
 
 
 
 
 
====Advanced Training====
 
;Adding Images
 
Adding images to articles is another important task. Learn how to upload images to Wikimedia Commons and add a Creative Commons license to your images.
 
Slide deck
 
PDF
 
Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Create a New Article
 
Once you’ve learned how to properly cite, format and add images to articles, you’re ready to create your own article. Learn how here!
 
*Slide deck
 
*PDF
 
*Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Talk Pages on Wikipedia
 
Learn more detail about how talk pages function as Wikipedia’s peer review website.
 
*Video
 
 
 
 
 
;Notability Guidelines
 
Take a deeper dive into notability guidelines and how they function on Wikipedia.
 
*Video
 

Latest revision as of 14:50, 8 August 2020

Here, you can find links to resources for:

  • Organizers
    • In this section you will learn how to organize events locally or online.
  • Editors: Learn to Edit on Wikipedia:
    • In this section you will find slide decks, PDFs, and videos that can all be used to build your Wikipedia editing skills.
  • Editors: Learn to Edit on Wikidata:
    • In this section you will find slide decks, PDFs, and videos that can all be used to build your Wikidata editing skills.