Education/Newsletter/July 2018

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This Month in Education

Volume 7 | Issue 7 | July 2018

In This Issue

Featured Topic

Wikipedia+Education Conference 2019: Community Engagement Survey

From the Community

Young wikipedian: At WikiClub you get knowledge on your own will

Wikipedia in schools project at the "New Technologies in Education" Conference

Basque Education Program: 2017-2018 school year report

In the News

UNESCO ICT in Education Prize call for nominations opens

An educator's overview of Wikimedia (in short videos format)

Featured Topic

Basque Wikimedians User Group will organize the first Wikimedia+Education Conference in April 2019. The first step towards the conference would be knowing which are the aims of the different Wikimedia Education users. In order to get that data, we have a Community Engagement Survey ready. If you want to have it and help us knowing how to organize this event, send an e-mail to and you'll receive it in your mail. It will only take you 5 minutes and will be very helpful for us. read more...

From the Community

This is the story of a 17-year-old Mariam Asryan, an active editor from Karvachar WikiClub. read more...

The conference "New Technologies in Education" was held in Belgrade, this year on 8th and 9th of June. On that occasion, Nebojsa Ratkovic, Educational program manager at Wikimedia Serbia, participated at the conference for the second time in a row. read more...

This document summarises the work carried out during this academic year within the Educational Programme of the Basque Wikipedians User Group. Although it could be a document with a very detailed content (the Wikipedia software allows us to do this), we have preferred to focus on general data, so that the scope of the work is well understood. read more...

In the News

Nominate someone from our community for the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize. Two awards will be granted, and each recipient will receive a monetary award of US$ 25,000 during the Award Ceremony at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Self-nominations will not be considered. read more...

Looking for short videos that illustrate aspects of Wikipedia that are short, related to education, and accessible? This might have precisely what you are looking for: Good to watch and share with educators! by Martin Poulter (UK). read more...

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