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Learn about resources available to Wikimedia affiliates, including chapters, user groups, and thematic organizations.
News from across the Wikimedia movement, updated by the community.
Information about business matters related to Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects.
Learn more about the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that runs Wikipedia.
For questions you may have about the content on Wikimedia sites.
Learn more about participating on the Wikimedia projects.
Learn more about how to conduct research on the Wikimedia projects, including surveys, interviews, and data analysis.
Related pages: Learning and Evaluation News and Events
Get updates on the latest outreach with galleries, libraries, archives, and museums
The monthly newsletter of the Wikipedia Education Program.
Contact: Jaime Anstee
If you learned something new implementing a Wikimedia program or running an activity, capture this on a learning pattern and share it with the movement. Alternatively, if you are about to start a new project or activity, find advice, tools and ideas on how to troubleshoot through some of the most common problems.
If you are a program or project leader, and struggle to get your story across in reporting, this is your chance to learn a few tricks and resources to build a narrative. Through some key strategies you can improve the way you share about your efforts, the impact of the work in advancing the movement, and how others might benefit from your experience.
Contact: Chris Schilling
Contact: Asaf Bartov
Wikimedia hackathons play an important role energizing our engineering community and connecting it to local groups.
Contact: Chris Schilling
Contact: User: TAndic (WMF)
Contact: Joe Sutherland
Related pages: Training modules (on Meta)
In the program reports, you will find aggregate data on standard Wikimedia programs from 2014 and 2015, and how to use this data.
The program toolkits condense a series of lessons on how to start, run and evaluate your program.
A vast collection of high-quality, freely licensed, user-generated informational material about Wikimedia projects. Here are cheatsheets, pamphlets, videos, brochures, and other things.
Contact: Jaime Anstee Tanja Andic
Related pages: Safety Survey, Equity Landscape, Affiliates Data Portal, Affiliates Surveys, Community Insights Surveys
Contact: Marti Johnson, Chris Schilling, Tanveer Hasan, Veronica Thamaini
How are grant programs working towards our shared vision? What impact are they having? In this section, you will find aggregate impact reports that look into each grant program, explaining what they achieve overall.
Contact: Jake Orlowitz
Contact: Alex Stinson
Guidance on maintaining a friendly and safe atmosphere at events.
A directory of useful Wikimedia-related tools, including tools for metrics and working more efficiently.
Related pages: Program resources
Find tools and share advice on how to start and improve writing and editing contests.
Contests are about so much more than creating content! Find tools and share advice on how to start and improve photo contests and events.
Wikimedians and educators have taught students around the world to contribute to Wikimedia projects. This toolkit contains resources they have tested and refined over the last ten years.
This page provides sample program metrics and additional resources for GLAM projects.
This page provides guidelines, sample program metrics and additional resources for planning conferences.
A treasure trove of measures of success for anyone involved in the Wikimedia movement who wants to evaluate their programs.
A spreadsheet linking to tools that can be used in implementing and evaluating programs.
Contact: Connect/Volunteer supporters network
Is something not working as it should? You can do something about it by submitting a bug report.
Contact: Johan Jönsson
The home of Wikimedia Research. Read up on the latest research, browse Wikimedia data sources, and browse archives of past work.
Global Reach Partnerships
Contact: Jack Rabah
Learn about the Global Reach Team's work in Asia and Eastern Europe
Contact: Jorge Vargas
Summary of situations when you are and are not allowed to use the Wikimedia trademarks.
Points of contact for various legal matters relating to the Wikimedia projects
Learn about the particulars of using copyrighted, non-free ("fair use") content on Wikimedia projects
Legal policies and procedures of the Wikimedia Foundation
Biannual disclosure of requests and orders the Wikimedia Foundation receives from courts and law enforcement agencies
Learn about how public policy affects the Wikimedia projects and how you can get involved
The Legal Fees Assistance Program is a Wikimedia Foundation program established to help secure funds for legal assistance in appropriate cases for Wikimedia users who serve in a project governance role.
A portal for legal issues affecting the Wikimedia community
Contact: Victor Grigas
Contact: Samantha Lien
Contact: Zachary McCune
Contact: Ed Erhart, Aubrie Johnson
Learn how to do audience research, what you can learn from it, and find templates that you can use for your own research.
Contact: Greg Varnum
Contact: Greg Varnum
Related pages: Communications portal