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Raghawendrakumar
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created on02:40, 12 January 2018 (UTC)


Audience[edit]

Who are the people you want to introduce Wikipedia to?[edit]

Teachers, students, parents and anybody else who needs information.

In what languages do they search for information, online or otherwise?[edit]

Spanish, English, Hindi, French, German, Italian and many others.

In what ways does this group communicate with each other?[edit]

This can include services and apps in social media, mailing lists, physical spaces like conferences or lectures, or at specific institutions like at a library.

What are some reasons this group would use Wikipedia? How would they benefit from it, or what would they find useful?[edit]

As shown in many honest reviews, Wikipedia is a good source of information. It is also available in many languages, which makes it easier for foreigners to understand what is being told. Wikipedia might sometimes hep in tests, exams or any other school events. Even if these are unlikely, Wikipedia can be used to prepare worksheets or just for learning.

Project idea[edit]

What language Wikipedia projects will you promote to new readers?[edit]

Spanish, English, Hindi and French.

How will you communicate with new readers? Will you be communicating with them online, in-person, or both?[edit]

Both

Describe your idea to engage new readers. How might it be implemented? What will you tell people about Wikipedia?[edit]

There are many new articles published everyday on Wikipedia. This means that nobody has to read the same old article again and again. Also, there are many interesting subjects on Wikipedia, like crime stories and the realities of popular fairy tales.

How will you know if this project is successful? What are some outcomes that you can share after the project is completed?[edit]

If you’re not certain about how to respond to this question when starting your idea, you do not need to answer it right now. Campaign participants and Wikimedia Foundation staff can help you consider some options.

Do you think you can implement this idea? What support do you need?[edit]

Do you need people with specific skills or resources to complete this idea? Are there any financial needs for this project? Do you need advising from Wikimedia Foundation staff?

Get Involved[edit]

About the idea creator[edit]

Participants[edit]

  • Volunteer In the world of information technology everyone is looking for the correct information and the source to which they a can associate with forever; Wikipedia is the one they must be knowing about . I'll be publish the editorials on the social media platforms as well as sharing the idea of using Wikipedia in the society where I live and I work. Raghawendrakumar (talk) 06:14, 12 January 2018 (UTC)

Endorsements[edit]

Expand your idea[edit]

Would a grant from the Wikimedia Foundation help make your idea happen? You can expand this idea into a grant proposal.

Expand into a Rapid Grant

No funding needed?[edit]

Does your idea not require funding, but you're not sure about what to do next? Not sure how to start a proposal on your local project that needs consensus? Contact Chris Schilling on-wiki at I JethroBT (WMF) (talk · contribs) or via e-mail at cschilling@wikimedia.org for help!