Hi! We on the Education Team noticed that our list of countries and programs needs updating. Will you help us by updating the information available on your country page? If you need some ideas about what to include, let us know. Some great information to add or update includes: institutions, numbers (courses, students, educators), key contacts and any links to other documentation on wiki (in any language -- English summaries are helpful but not required).
If you have any ongoing programs we would love to hear more about them! You can always get in touch with your regional focal point on wiki or by email. Here is our contact information:
Tighe Flanagan (Africa and the Middle East) tflanagan wikimedia.org
Vahid Masrour (South America and Europe) vmasrour wikimedia.org
Nichole Saad (Asia and the Pacific) nsaad wikimedia.org
Tomorrow september 29 at Faculty of Humanities and Languages at chlef university will be start first course dans le programme education around wikipedia for more than 150 students which will be rolling out throughout the school year of french department. wish us luck --Bachounda (talk) 22:12, 28 September 2015 (UTC)
- Wonderful, Med! Thanks so much for this update. And thanks to Shani for sharing the good news with our Wikipedia Education Program Facebook Group here.
- Would you please wikilink to the school's Wikipedia page, in any language? That will be very helpful.
- Best of luck to you and the Algerian community as you begin this pilot project! Please keep us updated and let us know how we can support you.
- All the best, Anna Koval (WMF) (talk) 23:05, 28 September 2015 (UTC)