Have you submitted your article(s) for the August issue of the Wikimedia
Not yet, right?
Now is the time to share your amazing work with the Wikimedia community by
submitting reports of your project as articles for the Wikimedia Education
newsletter. Please use  to see examples of what you can do.
The last date for submitting your article(s) to the education newsletter is
the *28th of August*. Let me know if you need more time to publish your
Kindly use  for newsletter publication guidelines, and  to access the
 Education News: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Education/News
 Newsletter Publication Guidelines: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/
 Education Newsroom: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Education
Ankan and the Newsletter team
Ankan Ghosh Dastider (he/him)
Newsletter Editor, Education Newsletter
I'll be holding a Zoom office hours session on September 7, at 16:30 UTC
(9:30 am Pacific time).
If you have questions or want help with using the Dashboard, or if you
have anything else Dashboard-related that you'd like to discuss, this
will be a good time to ask them. (You can also reach me by email with
your questions and help requests.)
Wikipedia & Education enthusiasts,
You may remember that the Wikipedia & Education User Group had been
planning an in-person EduWiki Conference in Belgrade, Serbia, in late
2020. The event was obviously postponed due to the pandemic. We're
pleased to say that we're re-starting our planning, with a target date
for the conference of sometime around March/April 2023.
As we undertake our planning, we'd like to get input from the EduWiki
community on whether you'd like to attend such a conference, what
topics you'd like to discuss, and what your priorities would be at a
conference. We'll use these survey results to gauge interest in the
conference, budget for scholarships, and design the program.
Please fill out the survey by Wednesday, August 10:
We look forward to your responses!
--The Wikipedia & Education User Group Board