GLAM/Newsletter/March 2022/Contents/Serbia report
News in Wikipedian in residence projects
Wikipedian in residence at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
A Wikipedian in residence at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, one of the largest cultural and scientific institutions in Serbia, has begun. During the first month of the project, 14 articles were written about its members, 23 were improved, and 69 files were digitized, many of which are bibliographies, as well as video autobiographies, which were released for the first time during this project.
Wikipedian in residence at Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment
After the second month of Wikipedian in residence at the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment, 76 articles were illustrated and 411 files were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. Many of these files have been digitized, and thanks to this project, made available to the public for the first time. Among these files are the will of Ilija Kolarac, programs of performances by many artists, as well as books that introduce us to the art scene in Belgrade during the interwar period. The project will continue during April.
Edit-a-thon in cooperation with Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
An edit-a-thon was held in cooperation with the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts from March 25th to April 1st. Thanks to this activity, 10 participants wrote 60 new articles about its members, branches, the Day of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and many other related topics.
The first edit-a-thon within Wiki librarians called Award-winning writers and their work, is held from March 15th to March 31st. During this edit-a-thon, 11 participants wrote 57 new articles, while 1 was improved and 26 files were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons.
Video autobiography of Olga Hadžić
The Order of Saint Sava I degree was awarded to Milan Jovanović Batut
Manuscript book of religious content
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