Wikimedia México

  1. By writing for Wikipedia, students learn more than a “traditional test”: Luz María Silva

    In Professor Luz María Silva’s classroom, students can opt to write a Wikipedia article in lieu of a midterm exam.... Read more

  2. Community digest: “No matter how old you are, you can edit Wikipedia and be recognized for it”

    An interview with Tal Zussman, a student who recently received the English Wikipedia’s “Editor of the week” award.... Read more

  3. La mujer que nunca conociste: the first Iberocoop contest on women biographies

    During the months of March and April 2015, Iberocoop led the largest international contest on women biographies, which brought 391 new articles to Wikipedia about women from all over the world.... Read more

  4. Annual Wikimania conference comes to Mexico City

    The annual Wikimedia conference, Wikimania, will be coming to Mexico City this July 15-19, co-organized by Wikimedia Mexico and the Wikimedia Foundation. This event will gather Wikimedia volunteers and digital thought leaders to discuss access to knowledge, participation in the Wikimedia projects, and the role of Wikipedia in education.... Read more

  5. Editing Wikipedia as community service in Mexico

    A Mexican student shares her experience editing Wikipedia for her “servicio social” requirement, working with the Wiki Learning team at Tec de Monterrey University. It was more than just an assignment for her: it was an opportunity for personal and professional growth, as well as a way to positively impact her community. ... Read more

  6. The Editatona: Helping women edit Wikipedia in Mexico

    The Editatona is an edit-a-thon for women only. Wikimedia Mexico is developing this new program to engage more women to participate on Wikimedia. Here are the results of their first two events this year.... Read more

  7. Editing about Mexican laws in Greater Mexico City

  8. A monumental Saturday in Puebla, Mexico