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Are you interested in creating a community of Wikipedia editors on your campus?
If you believe in the sharing of free knowledge with the entire global community, consider that creating a Wikipedian student organization on your campus is a great way to grow the community of Wikipedia editors. A student organization provides a community for students to learn about and teach others about contributing to Wikipedia.
- Create opportunities to contribute to the world’s knowledge
- Gain knowledge as you discover and improve existing Wikipedia articles and create new ones
- Practice and improve your writing, research, communication, and teaching skills
- Experience the satisfaction of seeing your work in print
- Advocate for free knowledge and open source projects within your school community
- Belong to a community of other students who are interested in contributing to Wikipedia
How to get startedEdit
|Step||How to Start a Wikipedian Student Organization|
First, engage in the strategic planning process.
Next, follow these 5 steps.