Register for a Zoom link to the event at our rsvp form
Drop into the event with the Zoom link anytime March 10 from 1-5 (speaker 1-3, group editing 3-5)
Once you have a Wikipedia account and are logged in, go to our event Dashboard.
Watch online video tutorials from Art + Feminism
Attend our editing workshop from 3:15 - 3:45
Volunteers are on hand to answer your questions about Wikipedia or research in our Help breakout room.
Click on your user name (upper right) and edit your user page. Introduce yourself to the Wikipedia community
Click on sandbox (upper right) and practice editing. You could copy and paste some text from an existing Wikipedia page, and practice making changes. Try adding a citation, adding an image from Wikimedia Commons.
If you have 1 hour or less, edit your user page, play in the sandbox, get familiar with Wikipedia.
If you have 90 minutes, add some citations to an article in an area of interest.
If you have 2 hours, add a well cited paragraph or some photographs to an article in an area of interest.
If you have 2-4 hours, consider starting to create a new article. Be sure to gather your reliable sources and check in with an experienced Wikipedian to ensure that your article meets Wikipedia’s notability guidelines.
Don’t know what to work on? We have you covered!
Visit the Citation Hunt tool
Search for a topic (ex: justice) - don’t hit enter
You’ll see a list of topics that include that keyword, along with the number of articles under that category that have at least one “citation needed.” (ex: environmental justice) - select a category
Click on the article title that appears and use <ctrl> F to find the “citation needed”.
Return to the search tool and click on NEXT to view the next article in this category.
Several possible avenues:
Find a WikiProject - a group of volunteer Wikipedians who focus on improving coverage of a certain category of articles
Go to an article in your area of interest and click on the Talk page tab. There may be a box at the top describing which WikiProjects are interested in this article. Click on the name of a WikiProject area and scroll down to the assessment table, which lists the number of articles that have been assigned each grade. Look for stubs or starts.
There’s a WikiProject for stubs!
Examples of relevant lists of stubs:
Volunteers are on hand to answer your questions about Wikipedia or research. Ask us for help!
Search for materials in Start Your Search on the library website at lib.berkeley.edu. Narrow your results to Full Text.
#ArtAndFeminism #NowEditingAF #BerkeleyEdits