partnership

  1. Yale Law School and the Wikimedia Foundation create new research initiative to help preserve and protect the free exchange of information online

    The Wikimedia Foundation and the Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School recently expanded their longstanding collaboration to focus on raising awareness and conducting research related to threats against intermediary liability protections. Those protections are necessary if online platforms are to remain neutral third parties hosting user-generated content.... Read more

  2. You can now add automatically generated citations to millions of books on Wikipedia

    Wikipedia editors can now draw on WorldCat, the world’s largest database of books, to generate citations on Wikipedia thanks to a collaboration between OCLC (Online Computer Library Center) and the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Library program.... Read more

  3. How we partnered with volunteers to clean up copy-paste plagiarism on Wikipedia

    Each year, the Wikimedia Foundation’s Community Tech team opens a community wishlist survey to determine what features and tools are needed most on Wikimedia sites. Last year’s survey brought a new plagiarism detection bot, among other things. What will this year’s bring? Cast your votes now.... Read more

  4. A better view of Wikipedia content on Google

    In collaboration with the Foundation’s Strategic Partnerships and Product teams, the Google Search team has improved how Wikipedia results look in Google’s mobile web searches.... Read more

  5. Wikimedia IEG program will fund fourteen community-led projects

  6. JSTOR provides free access to Wikipedia editors via pilot program