Partnerships

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Wikimedia Australia works with a wide range of organisations across Australia. If you're keen to discuss a partnership opportunity contact us anytime at: contact at wikimedia.org.au

Wikimedia Resident and Scholar Program

The Wikimedia community has developed a number of programs to support contributions across a range of areas and enhance access to quality research sources, expert knowledge and technical innovations through partnerships with universities, libraries, museums and other public institutions.

University of Divinity

National Gallery of Australia

  • Know My Name 2020
    • Art+Feminism edit-a-thons, March 2020
    • Online training for volunteer guides 2020
  • Establishment of WikiClub NGA July 2020

Shire of Toodyay

Toodyaypedia project in collaboration with the Toodyay History Society

GLAM Peak

Wikimedia Australia was a technology partner for the 2017-2018 GLAM Peak regional Digital Access to Collections workshops.

GLAM Peak activity reports

Franklin Women

Edit-a-thon for women in health and medical research

National Library of Australia

Wikimedia Australia was represented on the Trove Consultative Committee 2018-2020 by President, Pru Mitchell

Paralympics Australia

The Australian Paralympic History Project

State Library New South Wales

State Library of New South Wales events

State Library of Queensland

State Library Queensland events

The University of Sydney

Worlds of Wikimedia Conference

Women's Art Register

Organisation home page

City of Canning

  • Digitization of Local history collection
  • Noongarpedia

University of WA

  • Noongarpedia

Museum of Perth

  • Wikimedian in residence

Seniors Recreation Council of WA

  • Have a go day
  • Be Connected

Australian Museum and Galleries Association

WMAU National member organisation

Western Australia

Digitization project

City of Fremantle

Freopedia QRpedia project, c.2012, in collaboration with the Fremantle Society and the Fremantle Business Improvement District (BID).

State Records office (Western Australia)

Knowledge and records access

Australian Society of Archivists

ASA 2018 conference

Australian Library and Information Association

Librarian training and workshops

State library of Western Australia

WikiClub West space and workshops