Grants:Let's Connect Profile/NGOZI OSUCHUKWU

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Wikimedia Anambra Network of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria
Participating as: Indivudal
Nigeria • Middle East and Africa (MEA) region
Preferred times: Monday, Friday (12 - 16 UTC, 17 - 20 UTC)
Can dedicate: Between one (1) hour and three (3) hours per week
Languages: English
Main Wikimedia projects: Wikipedia → encyclopedia, Wiktionary → Dictionary and thesaurus, Wikimedia Commons → media repository, Wikidata → knowledge database, MetaWiki: central site for coordinating all projects and the Wikimedia community
Areas of interests: Climate Change and sustainability, Culture, heritage or GLAM
Other peer learning/training initiatives participating in: No training program at the moment
Skills this profile would like to learn
Preferred way of learning: Participate learning clinic sharing my case, Share resources through emails / platforms …

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Skills this profile would like to share
Preferred way of sharing: Organise face-to-face workshops, Participate in an e-learning clinic sharing my case (2h plus workshops with 15-20 people)

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More to learn[edit]

Further details about what I would like to learn.

1. Program/project implementation (tools and tactics for planning, time management: I need to learn this to enable attract fund for educative programs for open knowledge.

2. Wikimedia Tools (PAWS, Quarry, WDQS) for running queries and scripts: This will help me in assembling lists of topics to work on. I am still struggling with this tool.

3.Using new tools for efficient organising and monitoring contributions: I have people who look up to me so I need to learn to enable effective organizing and monitoring contributions

Stories about sharing[edit]

Interesting stories about applying the skills I want to share.

1.Building organizational plan and strategy: My on-going experience on creating awareness and learning on Movement Strategy give me insight on building effective organizational plan that is inclusive.

2. Engaging in social media, press and broadcast media: Being in a profession that emphasizes visibility and sharing solidifies my embrace on which I exercises and translate to my Network members for sharing. I am very active on twitter, Instagram and others.

3.Small editing events, campaigns and contests: My planning and organizing editing events in user group and for AfLIA brought in successes on the number of edits with participants improving their knowledge.

My Resources[edit]