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2023:Program/WikiWomen/ERHP9M-I am a (Wiki)woman in love

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Title: I am a (Wiki)woman in love

Speakers:

laliv

• Wikipedia editor and former board member of Wikimedia Israel • Expert in content writing and knowledge management in organizations. In my day job I am social media manager in the largest health organization in Israel

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Room: Room 311

Start time: Wed, 16 Aug 2023 12:21:00 +0800

End time: Wed, 16 Aug 2023 12:33:00 +0800

Type: No (pretalx) session type id specified

Track: No (pretalx) track id specified

Submission state: confirmed

Duration: 12 minutes

Do not record: false

Presentation language: en


Abstract & description[edit source]

Abstract[edit source]

How I became a Wikiwoman and why community is so important

Description[edit source]

This is a true story about me, and how I started editing in Wikipedia. Before I started editing, I knew nothing about Wikipedia.
For someone like me who grew up in a kibbutz, community was always an important part of my life. We have a strong community of editors here in Israel that meet in person, and that is part of the reason that I am the Wikiwoman that I am today!

Further details[edit source]

Qn. How does your session relate to the event themes: Diversity, Collaboration Future?

Our wikiwomen main idea is to try and take care of the gender gap, and encourage more women to take an active part in the different Wikimedia projects. By creating an existing, supporting community for women we strive to reduce the gender gap and make the Hebrew Wikipedia a warm place for women writing.

Qn. What is the experience level needed for the audience for your session?

Everyone can participate in this session

Qn. What is the most appropriate format for this session?

  • Tick Onsite in Singapore
  • Empty Remote online participation, livestreamed
  • Empty Remote from a satellite event
  • Empty Hybrid with some participants in Singapore and others dialing in remotely
  • Empty Pre-recorded and available on demand