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Video by Daniel Ulacia and others, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Alumnos del Tecnológico de Monterrey completan dos grandes proyectos de video

Alumnos del Tecnológico de Monterrey y el Wiki Learning User Group exploran cómo crear videos profesionales con un doble objetivo: hacer tutoriales para sus compañeros, y documentar el trabajo innovador en Wikimedia.

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Video by Daniel Ulacia and others, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Tec de Monterrey students complete two major video projects

Students with Wiki Learning Tec de Monterrey venture into the creation of professional-level videos both as tutorials for fellow students and to document innovations in Wikimedia work

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Wikipedia meetups happen all around the world and are an easy way to learn how to edit the encyclopedia. Follow this link to find a meetup near you. You can also view the above video on YouTube and Vimeo. Video by Victor Grigas, CC-BY-SA-3.0.

How to join a Wikipedia meetup near you (VIDEO)

Wikipedia meetups happen all around the world and are an easy way to learn how to edit the encyclopedia. They help newcomers meet Wikipedia editors in person, get oriented, and become familiar with best practices. To find a meetup near you, check out this short video and companion FAQ.

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Watch this fun TV spot: "Wikipedia? Isn't that a new dance?" You can also view this video on YouTube.com here. Video by Michael Epaka, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

The first Wikipedia TV spots and awareness campaign in Cameroon (VIDEO)

The first-ever television spots for Wikipedia in Cameroon were created as part of a campaign designed to raise awareness of Wikipedia in this western African country — where the use and awareness of Wikipedia has been historically low.

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What is Wikipedia Zero? This short video explains the Wikipedia Zero program, in under two minutes. You can also view it on Vimeo.com here and YouTube.com here. Video by Victor Grigas (WMF), freely licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0

What is Wikipedia Zero? (VIDEO)

Watch this short video, which explains the Wikipedia Zero program, in under two minutes. Learn how (…)

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Wikipedia’s first-ever annual video reflects contributions from people around the world

Today, the Wikimedia Foundation released its first ever year in review video, chronicling the celebration, pain, fear, resilience, and discovery that came to characterize 2014. More than anything, it celebrates those who come to Wikipedia to learn and understand the complexity of our world, and those who edit and contribute information so that others might do the same. […]

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RfC: Should we support MP4 video on our sites?

  A video of a cheetah, captured in slow-motion at 1200 fps. The video was released on Vimeo in MP4 format and converted to OGV format before uploading to Commons. It cannot be viewed in this format on most mobile phones and many web browsers. The Wikimedia Foundation’s multimedia team…

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Enter the video game museum through Wikipedia

The first video game Evan Amos ever played was Super Mario Bros on the classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and he remembers the day clearly: December 25th, 1988. In the 25 years since, the 30-year-old Missouri native has witnessed the evolution of gaming consoles into they state-of-the-art units they are…

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Introducing Wikipedia’s new HTML5 video player

A new video player has been enabled on Wikipedia and its sister sites, and it comes with the promise of bringing free educational videos to more people, on more devices, in more languages.

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New Wikimedia Argentina outreach video answers question, “What is Wikipedia?”

Los capítulos de Wikimedia realizan distintas actividades de extensión alrededor del mundo para atraer lectores, fotógrafos, defensores de la cultura libre y otros a participar en Wikipedia y sus proyectos hermanos. En ocasiones descubren que simplemente explicar cómo funciona Wikipedia es un primer paso fundamental para reclutar nuevos colaboradores. En…

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