GLAM/Newsletter/October 2022/Contents/Content Partnerships Hub report
First batch upload; list of tools
First batch upload by the Content Partnerships Hub Helpdesk
The Content Partnerships Hub's Helpdesk, which provides help and advice to Wikimedians who wish to start or boost their content partnerships, has been operational for a while, with a number of requests from all around the world. This has been an exciting way to get to know the global Wikimedia community and their needs better.
In October, we assisted users Netha Hussain and OlafJanssen in completing an upload project they had initiated some time ago: medical illustrations published under an open license by SMART Servier. Over 500 illustrations have been uploaded by the Helpdesk staff, a great start for the Helpdesk uploads category on Commons. Keep an eye on it if you're interested in what the Helpdesk is doing!
Mitosis in progress.
This is a plasmid.
Pseudostratified columnar epithelium. It's inside all of us.
List of tools for content partnerships
The Content Partnerships Hub has published a first, incomplete list of tools (work in progress, last updated end October 2022) that are identified as quite important for content partnerships in the Wikimedia community. You can see the shortlist here. This page also links to longer lists in a Google spreadsheet and on Toolhub. If you think key tools in this list are missing, please start a discussion on the talk page or add comments to the Google sheet.
- Albania report
- Australia report
- Brazil report
- Estonia report
- Indonesia report
- Italy report
- Netherlands report
- New Zealand report
- Poland report
- Serbia report
- Sweden report
- Switzerland report
- UK report
- USA report
- Content Partnerships Hub report
- Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons report
- WMF GLAM report