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I am the Project Manager for Wikimedia Bookshelf project. I have over 11 years work experience in various aspects of design and development of learning solutions right from sales support to instructional design to project management. I have led geographically distributed, multicultural teams to deliver elearning, mobile learning, and print solutions in primarily corporate environments. Further information on my work experience and education are available at:

I am passionate about creating quality solutions that the users can find value in and I enjoy the team process of creating products together. It is for this reason, that I am very excited to be part of the Bookshelf project. I hope we can together create a set of materials that can help break barriers of complexity for new editors (current target audience) when they start contributing to Wikipedia.

Check out the project details at: When you are there, please do take the time to view the deliverables in development - we need your help to define the content that might be helpful for the new editors.

If you have a question or feedback, please feel free to leave me note at my talk page. Alternatively, you can reach me at: aradhana﹫

Thanks and be well!