Leigh Thelmadatter

  1. Semana i held for the third consecutive year

    It’s not often when a traditional educational institution offers money and other resources to do Wikimedia-related work. But then, Semana i is not your ordinary academic event.... Read more

  2. ‘Semana i’ student editing in Mexico City improves the Spanish Wikipedia

    Two campuses of the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City adesigned more focused “challenges” for students. Nearly 100 student participants worked to improve coverage of the Xochimilco and Tlalpan boroughs as well as the historic San Ángel neighborhood of Mexico City.... Read more

  3. 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... Read more

  4. Wiki Learning holds massive edit-a-thon at Tec de Monterrey in Mexico City

    In March 2015, Tec de Monterrey’s Education Program (Wiki Learning) held a three-day edit-a-thon on three campuses in Mexico City. Nearly 300 students participated, creating or editing 200+ articles on Spanish Wikipedia.... Read more

  5. “Wiki Learning” to be adopted at Mexico’s Tec de Monterrey

  6. Student club Wiki Borregos contributes to Wikimedia projects

    Experimentation and activities with Wikipedia continue with high school and college students at Tec de Monterrey in Mexico City. One major advancement is recognition of activities by the school system as a student club, with the name of Wiki Borregos.... Read more

  7. Presenting about Wikipedia to academic audiences

  8. Busy Wikimedia semester at ITESM Campus Ciudad de México

  9. Community service requirement fulfilled through Wikipedia contributions

  10. Wikipedia as a foreign “culture”