An editathon (or "edit-a-thon") is an event (usually a day or half-day) in which Wikipedians and newcomers gather to improve articles around a particular topic. Many are public events, and many are held by academic or professional organisations. They incorporate training and in-person help from experienced Wikipedians, so a big part of their utility is in building skills and confidence in new users, and hopefully conveying the fun of wiki editing so that they continue beyond the event.
This category includes editathons run by Wikimedia UK, but other editathons have also been run, in the UK and overseas. The first ever editathon took place in the British Library in January 2011.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
- ► Edithathons in Wales (4 P)
Pages in category "Editathons"
The following 57 pages are in this category, out of 57 total.
- Early Photography in Scotland Edit-a-thon
- Edinburgh Women in Computing editathon 2014
- Editathon, British Library
- Editathon, British Library/January 2011
- Editathon, British Library/June 2011
- Editathon, North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
- Editathon, Swansea University Medieval Women January 2015
- European young researchers network Wikipedia workshop
- Wellcome Library editathon
- Wikipedia at NIMR
- Women In Computing Wikipedia editathon December 2013
- Women in Maths Editathon, Cambridge University
- Women in Science Editathon, Oxford University
- Women in Science Wikipedia edit-a-thon 13 May 2014 - University of Liverpool
- Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at the University of Manchester 2014
- Women in Science Workshop and Wiki Edit-a-thon October 2015
- Women in Wikipedia, Oxford 2016
- Women's Arts Practices editing event at Women's Art Library, Goldsmiths
- Women, Science and Scottish History editathon series
- World War I Editathon/etherpad
- World War I/Oxford editathon 2015
- World War I/World War I Editathon