English Language Resources/Organisers

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This page contains links to quick guides for event organizers.

General Organisers Kit
  • 2019 Quick Gude for Organisers (PDF) - What are the first things you need to know about hosting your own Art+Feminism event? This user-friendly PDF provides an overview of the basic information you’ll need to know to organize Art+Feminism (or other!) Wikipedia events.
  • Online Organizer Training (Wikimedia Commons Video) - This training will run through all you need to know to organize an event. See below for timestamps for the specific subject matter, including setting up a Dashboard page:
  1. 00:00:00 Introduction: Why Art+Feminism?
  2. 00:04:06 Basic Rules of Editing
  3. 00:09:17 Wikipedia Guidelines: The Five Pillars
  4. 00:11:46 Seven Basic Rules: Neutrality, Verifiability, Originality, Conflict of Interest, Reliable Sources, Notability, and Stub articles
  5. 00:24:08 Navigating Wikipedia Pages: User Page, Talk Page, and History Page
  6. 00:32:45 Art+Feminism Task List
  7. 00:34:10 Editing Example: Ja’Tovia Gary. The structure of Wikipedia articles; Editing existing articles; Editing via visual editor or source
  8. 00:43:30 Editing Example: Jen Liu. Creating a new article; Editing in Draft Space
  9. 00:54:03 Q&A
  10. 01:06:44 Dashboard: How to create a Dashboard page; How to create accounts


Create a Dashboard for your event
  • This training document will walk you through how to create a Dashboard page to track statistics from your Art+Feminism event.


Introduction to Meet-up pages
  • Meet-up pages (YouTube Video) - This is a Beginner Training to Meetup Pages. We now encourage the use of the Outreach Programs Dashboard instead of using the meetup pages.