Wikipedia Fellows application
Thank you for your interest in the Wikipedia Fellows program.

Wikipedia is where people look first for information about how the world works. From January through April 2018, members of three academic associations will come together as a small interdisciplinary cohort to improve articles on subjects most important to an informed citizenry. Working closely with Wiki Education staff, participants will learn about Wikipedia, how it works, and how to contribute, and will receive help and guidance throughout the process.

This application should take about 15 minutes to complete. Responses will be visible only to members of Wiki Education staff and representatives from your association.

Email address *
Your name *
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Of which association are you a member? *
Institutional affiliation *
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Do you have any experience contributing to Wikipedia? (Note: Experience is neither required nor expected). *
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Wikipedia Fellows is a program launched at the beginning of Wiki Education's "Future of Facts" initiative. "Future of Facts" is a response to contemporary political, educational, and epistemological challenges to public knowledge. To fully participate in public discourse, citizens need high-quality information about the political, legal, and social systems they live in. We believe academic scholars can provide important missing information about these topics to Wikipedia's readers. Explain what types of Wikipedia articles you would like to focus on improving as a Wikipedia Fellow. *
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Why are you interested to participate in the Wikipedia Fellows program? Be as vague or specific as you like.
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We know that applicants have busy schedules. Wikipedia Fellows will not require a lot of time, but to ensure the success of the pilot, we are asking participants to commit a small amount of time each week. What is your best estimate for how much time you think you can commit between January and April 2018? *
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Do you have any other comments or questions we can answer?
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