Learning patterns/Editing and writing contest-planning templates

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A learning pattern foron wiki writing contests
Editing and writing contest-planning templates
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problemYou want to plan an editing or writing contest.
solutionUse these planning templates to choose a contest model that your community will love, and that works with the resources you have available.
creatorKHarold (WMF)
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created on17:06, 30 June 2015 (UTC)
status:DRAFT


What problem does this solve?[edit]

There are several different kinds of online writing and editing contests. Each type of contest can help you achieve different kinds of goals and require different kinds of resources. Use the templates below to choose a contest model that will work with your resources and community.

What is the solution?[edit]

Review the contest models below to learn more about how to plan or improve a writing, editing or task-oriented contest.

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When to use[edit]

We ran a writing contest in conjunction with our Wiki Loves Monuments contest in 2016. We had two categories: Irish Monuments and People and Places of 1916. We used the template for the short term contest, as it only ran for two months. We had a decent turnout for our first contest. This learning pattern was very helpful to us. [1] Sameichel (talk) 14:58, 12 March 2017 (UTC)

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