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ohbejoyful Jan 16
I'm trying to work on my own article projects, and need some pointers on how to do the research necessary to write a good one. I majored in Humanities, so research wasn't a part of my education. What are your fave methods?
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Sonja Barfoed 2 Dec 17
Congratulations on the 2859 entries for contest! Does that make for the 17% tally or is it more than that now?
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Mr. Amoeba 7 Oct 17
Looking for CC-BY images for start with Gauri Lankesh, Gulalai Ismail, Susan Sackett, Jenna Miscavige Hill. Maybe ?
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Ewan McAndrew Feb 1
NEW to Wikipedia: Eileen Fuchs (1920-2013) known as "the Mother of Scottish Skiing". Fuchs studied history at Newnham College Cambridge from 1938-1942 where she was 1 of a number of women who were not allowed to graduate with a full degree
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Ewan McAndrew Feb 1
NEW to Wikipedia: Merbai Ardesir Vakil (1868-1941) was an Indian physician and the first Asian woman to graduate from a Scottish university.
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Women in Red Jan 25
🇦🇿👉Meet Elmira Süleymanova! Another ❤️ article + one of the 17.82%. She is an Azerbaijani chemist🧪 + Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic. Plus founder/honorary president of Azerbaijan Women + Development Center.
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Christina Blust Aug 21
This fascinating question from about the "selfish" benefits of adding media to has had me thinking. I have some ideas, but I'd be curious about what the rest of you think, too. (Thread)
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Women in Red Jan 25
👉Meet Sima Eyvazova🇦🇿 Another ❤️ article. Was 1st professional diplomat of Republic of Azerbaijan + the only non-Russian women of the former USSR who graduated from Superior Diplomatic School of the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Women in Red Jan 25
👉Meet Marem Arapkhanova! 🇷🇺 Another ❤️ article + one of the 17.82%. She was the first Caucasian woman awarded the title Hero of the Russian Federation for her bravery during the invasion of Galashki.
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Ann (Annie) Reynolds Jan 28
Meet Dorothy Buckland-Fuller AM, an Australian sociologist, human rights and peace activist, migrant community advocate and humanist
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Caroline Ball 22 Jan 18
Planning a Wikipedia editathon for International Women's Day on 8 March - exciting! Now just need students to show...
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Vami IV of Wikipedia Aug 4
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Ewan McAndrew Feb 1
NEW to Wikipedia: Elsa Gye (1881–1943) was a music student and suffragette at Guildhall who became involved in disruptive events in London and Scotland. She was imprisoned for the cause.
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Wikimedia UK 5 Oct 17
Replying to @wikimediauk
Come and talk abt closing the on Wikipedia on Oct 24 @ the meetup, Argyll House Edinburgh
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Adaugo Aug 20
Did you know that Contents on the Igbo Wikipedia are added by People like you? If you speak Igbo, join us on Saturday the 25th to add more articles in the Igbo Wikipedia.
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Multimims Aug 10
It takes a conscious effort of effective followup to build a community of dedicated volunteers
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Danna Linn Barnett Jul 24
Changing the world (and ) one article at a time. 👏👏👏
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Abha Pradhan (Abhun) 🇮🇳 10 Feb 18
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Women in Red Apr 9
Did you know that the only Wikiproject I know that has its own librarian is ? .......
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Caroline Rauter 29 Sep 17
And a round of applause to @BernieMathias for contributing the content for Florence Mockeridge (Mocky)
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