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Interviewed in the Wikipedia Signpost

This week, I was interviewed for the Wikipedia Signpost: Does Wikipedia Pay? The Consultant: Pete Forsyth Some of my comments: It’s not only possible, but vitally important to the future of Wikipedia that engaged, experienced, and mission-driven Wikipedians develop consulting skills. … Continue reading

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Open Educational Resources: it’s time to document ourselves!

When I first started editing wikis, I didn’t start with the most ambitious encyclopedia project in human history; I started with a non-profit where volunteers and staff convened to work together in person. Learning this unfamiliar tool along with others—some … Continue reading

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Two Wikipedian in Residence positions expand the field

I’m delighted to announce two new listings for Wikipedians in Residence, on both coasts of the U.S. Both offer experienced Wikipedians the opportunity to help respected non-profit organizations update their practices to incorporate the improvement of Wikipedia content, and to … Continue reading

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