Paralympics Wikipedia edit-a-thon

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No experience is necessary to join the edit-a-thon. Participants are encouraged to set up a Wikipedia account prior to the workshop.
No experience is necessary to join the edit-a-thon. Participants are encouraged to set up a Wikipedia account prior to the workshop.
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:GLAM/Australian_libraries_and_WP/Events/City_of_Sydney_Paralympics_editathon Project page]
* [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RAO6yiFV96-hvLIyghHjl0yibE3sAx1YE9mDehOPHQU/edit?usp=sharing Suggested edits]
* [https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/City_of_Sydney/Paralympics_Wikipedia_edit-a-thon Event Dashboard]
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Paralympics Wikipedia edit-a-thon hosted by City of Sydney Library.
Keywords: Libraries · Edit-a-thon
The City of Sydney Library is hosting edit-a-thons to increase and improve content relevant to our diverse communities.

Highly decorated Paralympian and passionate advocate Sarah Stewart will speak about the importance of diverse voices in documenting Australian Paralympic history.

The editing will be led by Tony Naar, Greg Blood and Ross Mallet who manage the Australian Paralympic History Project. Wikipedia editors Toby Hudson and Caddie Brain will help participants improve articles about Paralympians and the Paralympic Games.

This event will be hosted online and tickets can be booked from the event page.

No experience is necessary to join the edit-a-thon. Participants are encouraged to set up a Wikipedia account prior to the workshop.


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