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Title
Wikidata and how you can use it to support minority languages
Type of submission
Presentation
Author
Mohammed Sadat (WMDE)
Language of presentation
English
E-mail address
mohammed.sadat_ext(_AT_)wikimedia.de
Country of origin
Ghana
Affiliation
Wikimedia Germany
Personal homepage or blog
Mohammed Sadat (WMDE)
Abstract
During this general introduction to Wikidata, you will learn more about the free knowledge base, how it is connected to Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects, and how it can be used to support minority languages. We will present several projects related to languages or cultures that are based on Wikidata's data. We will also give you some insights on how to improve the visibility of your favorite language in Wikidata.
What will attendees take away from this session?
General understanding of Wikidata, how it works and how it can support all languages. Curiosity to dig deeper into Wikidata and its related tools.
Theme of session
Wikidata
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