Wikipedia is the largest and most-read reference work in history but it wouldn’t exist without thousands of volunteers from around the world creating and updating its pages. This army of ‘Wikipedians’ are ensuring that you and I can rely on it as a wealthy source of information.
Anyone can become a Wikipedian. All you need is a desire to create information for the greater good.
Learn how to start editing and creating content in Wikipedia at this workshop, with a focus on First Nations public policy issues.APO provides open access to policy and research reports published by organisations on a wide range of issues including First Nations policy and practice, gender inequality, and the Pacific Islands. APO are addressing this gap through their Wikimedia-funded project, The missing link: Incorporating policy reports into the free knowledge ecosystem.
Location: Swinburne University and online
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