Hello Roxyuru and welcome to the Outreach Wiki!
Our mission is to recruit and support new Wikimedians and to build strong relationships with cultural and educational institutions. Want to help? Here are ways that you can get involved:
- Indicate your languages and skills on your user page so we know how you can best help!
- Review the bookshelf materials, help with localization and add your feedback.
- Learn about our work with cultural institutions, educational institutions, and libraries.
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Hola, Roxana. :)
Hola, Roxana. :)
Welcome to Outreach Wiki!
Thank you so much for contributing an article to the education newsletter.
Your work sounds fascinating.
Is there a page onwiki about Proyecto Wikipedia en la Educación that we can link to?
- P.S. You probably already know this, but in case not, if you have not already done so, you might wish to enable email notifications when your talk page and other pages that you watch here on outreach wiki are commented on or updated. Just go to your preferences and on the user profile tab, check the box at the bottom that says: "Email me when a page or file on my watchlist is changed." Hope this helps. :) Anna Koval (WMF) (talk) 15:49, 11 June 2014 (UTC)
Welcome to Wikipedia Education Collaborative!!
The Wikipedia Education Collaborative is happy to announce that your request to join the Collaborative has been accepted. After reviewing your activity and the efforts you made in the Wikipedia Education Program it is clear that you meet the membership criteria. We are looking forward to seeing how your experiences in the Wikipedia Education Program will help other volunteers and program leaders around the world.
Please add your name and contact preferences to the table of members here, visit the Education Collaborative task list to see the tasks members are currently working on, pick any available one(s), or add a new task(s) you believe that you or others can contribute to. Thank you for joining and welcome to the Wikipedia Education Collaborative!
Thank you very much, Selsharbaty (WMF)! I am extremely happy about it. You made my day! It is an honor to join the Education Collab and I will do my best. Best regards, --Roxyuru (talk) 01:21, 29 July 2015 (UTC)
The Translator Barnstar
Thank you for helping to translate the Welcome to Wikipedia booklet on the Outreach wiki Bookshelf project: Bienvenidos a Wikipedia(estante)/2013 edición/texto. According to the page information, out of the 18 languages that have translations started, besides English, only 2 language communities have translations that are 100% complete: Swedish and Spanish. And out of the 9 contributors to the Spanish translation, more than one third of the edits were made by you, and all were within the last 30 days! I hope that community norms permit me to award you a barnstar because you've earned it! So, please accept The Rosetta Barnstar: Wikiestrella de Rosetta as a token of my appreciation and gratitude for your contributions as a translator and your dedication to Wikipedia in Education. You have helped Spanish-speaking educators and learners around the world!
Printing Booklets Locally
Since the Editing Wikipedia booklet has now been fully translated into Spanish, I just wanted to let you know that if your community wanted to print it locally, Wikimedia Taiwain wrote a Project and Event Grant proposal to do exactly that, and it was funded by the Wikimedia Foundation's Grantmaking team. For more information, please see Meta:Grants:PEG/WM TW/Editing Wikipedia Chinese Edition Print Out. And if you have any questions, please ping Alexandra Wang (WMF). Thanks again for all your hard work! :)
Thanks for your hard work!!
Thanks for your hard work on translating the editing Wikipedia brochure to Spanish. You are the first Collab member to finish a task since we started the Education Collaborative improvements early this summer. I'm sending to share my feeling of gratitude to you and to tell you how happy I am with your dedication to the Wikipedia Education Collaborative. In different ages, there were used to give a translator the weight of a book they translate in gold. Let me take this opportunity to send you the golden mask of Tutankhamun as a token of my appreciation. --Selsharbaty (WMF) (talk) 08:55, 21 August 2015 (UTC)
|We appreciate your tireless efforts in writing for the education newsletter. Thank you for sharing your valuable experiences with the Wikimedia movement.|
Hi Roxana! Thank you for your contribution to the Wikimedia Education Newsletter. Your contribution helped us have that successful issue that people enjoyed reading. I will look forward to reading more and more of your posts in the future issues. --Selsharbaty (WMF) (talk) 08:24, 22 December 2015 (UTC)
Hi Roxana, I hope you have had a good week so far! I'm messaging to request your feedback for the newest education campaign that is in the works right now. For more information, you can view the Projects page on the Outreach portal. If you would like to share your opinions, please do so on the discussion page. If you have any questions, you are more than welcome to contact me. Thank you for your help! Loreen.Ruiz (talk) 21:19, 8 August 2016 (UTC)