GLAM/Newsletter/January 2022/Contents/Romania report
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About #1lib1ref activities in Romania (and Moldova)
For 2022 edition of #1lib1ref there were 4 events scheduled to take place out of which 3 were organized, 1 was postponed for health related reasons.
- One of the event was an introduction to Wikipedia for librarians from rural libraries in Bihor county. As a couple of librarians from the region have been active in WikiLovesRomania campaign last year there is a great potential for future activities related to promotion of local history and heritage.
- Working on quality referencing on Wikipedia in Romania was an ANBPR Brașov professional online gathering.This event was part of regular library association meetings and besides introducing the participants to Wikipedia, it had as results 5 articles and 32 edits.
- 1lib1ref gathering - Moldova and Romania was a two hours online event organized with librarians from Chișinău Municipal Library and Galați Danube University library, with the support of Wikimedians of Romania and Moldova. 6 articles and 10 edits were countend from the participants.
During the period of 1lib1ref campaign (January 15 - February 5), 110 edits were made on ro.wikipedia.org.
- Vershbow, B. (2022, January 26). #1Lib1Ref Journal: Healing “professional trauma” in postcommunist Romanian libraries. Diff. https://diff.wikimedia.org/2022/01/26/1lib1ref-journal-healing-professional-trauma-in-postcommunist-romanian-libraries/
In this issue
- Belgium report
- Brazil report
- Colombia report
- Estonia report
- Finland report
- France report
- Indonesia report
- Italy report
- Romania report
- Serbia report
- Spain report
- Sweden report
- UK report
- USA report
- AvoinGLAM report
- Content Partnerships Hub report
- Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons report
- WMF GLAM report
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