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You don't have to become a Wikipedia expert yourself to use Wikipedia as a teaching tool! If you're interested in using Wikipedia in your class with support from Wikipedia Ambassadors, you want to learn more, or you'd just like advice from someone familiar with best practices for Wikipedia assignments, contact us!
If you live in North America and you're interested in getting support from Wikipedia Campus Ambassadors, or being trained as a Campus Ambassador yourself, contact the regional ambassador for your region. If you are not from North America and you want to get involved, contact LiAnna (Wikipedia Education Program Communications Manager): ldavis [at] wikimedia [dot] org.
Current regional ambassadorsEdit
U.S. Region 1 (New England a.k.a. The Spirit of Education): Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
U.S. Region 2 (Metropolis): New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Puerto Rico
U.S. Region 3 (The Nation's Capital): Washington, DC
U.S. Region 4 (Greater Chesapeake): Rest of Virginia and Maryland, West Virginia
U.S. Region 5a (Great Lakes Central): Indiana, Illinois, Ohio
U.S. Region 5b (Great Lakes Reaches): Kentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin
U.S. Region 6 (South): Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida
U.S. Region 7a: Texas
U.S. Region 7b: Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas
U.S. Region 8 (Skyplains): Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Minnesota
U.S. Region 9 (Great West): Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Alaska
U.S. Region 10 (Pacifica): California, Hawaii
Please contact the appropriate Regional Ambassador(s) above depending on where in the United States you are located.
If you have a question/comment about the Regional Ambassador program in general, or are having difficulty getting in touch with a Regional Ambassador, or are not sure who exactly to contact for something, please email Jami Mathewson: jmathewsonwikimedia.org.