One of our fellow Ambassadors (and a past instructor), Adrianne, is hosting
"Ask a WikiWoman" on Twitter right now (see details below). Many of you
know Adrianne, as she has been extremely involved in the Education Program
and helping create resources for professors, Ambassadors, and students.
Some of you may know that the Education Program is one of the leading
groups to bring women onto Wikipedia, since there are so many women at
universities. So if you're on Twitter today (and, you know you are :) ),
let's support Adrianne and pick her brain about what it's like to be a
Thanks, all. Let's #askawikiwoman!
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From: Sarah Stierch <sstierch(a)wikimedia.org>
Date: Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 10:10 AM
Subject: [Wmfall] Ask a WikiWoman is happening now!
To: "Staff (All)" <wmfall(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Just a reminder that #askawikiwoman is taking place on Twitter right now. I
know many of us are wiki-know-it-all's, but, this is an experimental event
that we're trying out as part of my fellowship :)
It'd be great to have you ask Dr. Adrianne Wadewitz (User:Wadewitz)
anything and everything about Wikipedia!
Simply use the hashtag #askawikiwoman on Twitter and Adrianne will answer
your question via the @WikiWomen Twitter.
Adrianne will be online from 10-5 answering questions.
Please forward to any groups or individuals you think might want to
participate. Thanks everyone.
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