GLAM

  1. Bringing the world’s cultural heritage online

    Photo by Bernard Gagnon, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

    Wikimedia Sweden is partnering with UNESCO and several other organizations to bring cultural heritage to the world.... Read more

  2. Librarian as public knowledge leader: ways to use Wikipedia

    Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon in Madrid, Spain. Events like these took place around the world on International Women's Day, to increase gender diversity on Wikipedia. 
Photo by Carlos Delgado, CC BY-SA 4.0
  3. Gathering memories from the trenches of the Great War

    Photo from the State Library of New South Wales, freely licensed under CC-by-SA 3.0.
  4. WikipediansSpeak: Telugu-language library catalog project helps Wikipedia grow

    "Viswanadh,B.K" by విశ్వనాధ్.బి.కె., under CC-BY-SA-3.0

    As part of the WikipediansSpeak series, Individual Engagement Grantee and Telugu-language Wikimedian Viswanadh.BK shares his experience with the digital library movement in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Over 300K books housed in five libraries could be added to a Wikipedia-based catalog, now helping Wikipedians to cite and readers to easily locate books.... Read more

  5. First Wikimarathon on Spanish scientists

    Volunteer editors participate in a Wikimarathon on Spanish scientists at the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid, Spain. Photo by Millars, licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0

    Wikimedia Spain held a special edit-a-thon in December 2014, working with six different science and technology museums across Spain. Participants of all ages learned how to edit Wikipedia, making over 700 edits about Spanish scientists and inventors. (…)... Read more

  6. New images released are quickly put to use

    "Diagram showing the possible scar lines after surgery for oesophageal cancer CRUK 364" by Cancer Research UK uploader, under CC-BY-SA-4.0

    I’ve had two recent uploads of images released by organizations where I am Wikimedian in Residence. Neither of them are huge in quantity compared to some uploads, but I’m really pleased that an unusually large percentage of them are already used in articles.... Read more

  7. A GLAMorous romance

  8. On Consortium-Based Wikipedian in Residence Positions

  9. A successful “Collection Days” edit-a-thon in Warsaw, Poland

  10. Canadian Copyright Collection from the British Library on Wikimedia Commons