Participants who meet our requirements will engage in the virtual course over 12 weeks, starting the first week of June 2019. Participants meet weekly to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of women’s suffrage.
The $1,500 cost of this opportunity covers collaborative group sessions with peers, access to hands-on support from Wikipedia experts, and technical training so you can successfully contribute to Wikipedia. Consider seeking professional development funds for this opportunity. We’re happy to work with you to provide your department or organization more information about the course.
Participants are awarded a shareable, electronic certificate issued by the National Archives and Wiki Education upon course completion. For testimonials, visit our landing page.
- No experience with Wikipedia is required or expected.
- Participants commit 3 hours/week, including training and online meetings.
- Participants will make significant contributions to at least two Wikipedia articles related to women’s suffrage by the end of the course.
- Participants will fill out short surveys at the beginning and end of the course and may be asked to write one reflective blog post (on wikiedu.org) about their experience.
If you have any questions, use the contact form at the bottom of this page.