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  1. Tools for Wikipedians: Keeping track of what’s going on on Wikidata from Wikipedia

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    Wikipedians see editing articles as their craft. As anyone who takes pride in their craft knows, a well-equipped tool belt can make a difference. Time to look at some tools related to Wikidata that may help you in your everyday life on Wikipedia. … Weiterlesen

  2. UNESCO calls for participation: Recommendations on Open Educational Resources

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    Until June 1st 2018, UNESCO invites you to comment on its first draft recommendation to its member states on Open Educational Resources online. Why we are involved and why it matters. … Weiterlesen

  3. WikidataCon 2017

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    WikidataCon, the first conference dedicated to the Wikidata community took place in Berlin on October 28th and 29th. How to summarize this event? It was a huge success, both from the point of view of the community and the organizing team, and we hope that you enjoyed the event as much as we did. … Weiterlesen

  4. Data Partnerships in Wikidata: Project Durchblick

    English version … Weiterlesen

  5. Data Partnerships with Wikidata: beaTunes

    An interview with Hendrik Schreiber of beaTunes about how to use Wikidata in a commercial software product. … Weiterlesen

  6. Internship at Wikimedia Deutschland e. V.

  7. Visualizing history with automated event maps

  8. Using Wikidata to Improve the Medical Content on Wikipedia

  9. Improving data quality on Wikidata – checking what we have

  10. Platypus, a speaking interface for Wikidata