NavWiki is designed for people who want to contribute to Wikipedia and are not part of a formal group such as a GLAM program or education program. Formal groups often have their own ways of training new users. However, NavWiki products may be helpful to these people also!
Gallery of possible use cases: education programs, GLAMs, workshops, and editathons
A class in the Wikipedia Education Program at
City University of Hong Kong
Students in a Medical English class at ITESM, one of the largest private universities in Latin America
A train-the-trainers program by
The Wikipedia Collections kiosk, in the TextielMuseum (Tilberg), the Netherlands, "provides an alternative way to read contextual information about the collections".
Museum researchers at the "Open Soumaya Editathon - 50 Hours of Art" at the Soumaya Museum in Mexico.
"The Wikipedia Translation Center at the College of Languages and Translation" at King Saud University in Saudi Arabia
What is the format?
NavWiki is designed in modules. These usually include short videos and some "additional materials". The main modules page can be accessed by clicking the "Published Modules" link that is near the top of this window. A video may refer you to the "Additional Materials" page to get information that is in addition to what you learn from the video.
How can I start?
Click the "Published Modules" link that is near the top of this window, and select the module that you want to complete!