It's been long enough that we're totally out of compliance, as we
haven't done our annual report for 2019 (it was due in march).
As I recall, we basically need to find the previous reports and do the
same thing, filling it out with everything that happened between march
2019 and march 2020, then email wikimedia-l with a link.
More on this later once I find some of that myself, or if anyone else
wants to get that going, great!
I'm a librarian at Fort Lewis College. I've held edit-a-thons for Art+Feminism and worked with Wiki Education in classes. Our marketing department has asked about editing the Fort Lewis College<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Lewis_College> page. I know that faculty and staff affiliated with the college can't edit due to conflict of interest and neutrality, which I of course told them. We currently have a committee on campus that is working on our history as an Indian boarding school. There are students on that committee and they are very interested in contributing to rewriting our history and making public contributions.
Is it also a conflict of interest/goes against the pillar of neutrality to hold an editathon or other event where students have the option of editing the Fort Lewis College page to include boarding school history or even create a new page together for the boarding school? We do have a Native American Center on campus that is not funded through the college who could host this event, if that makes a difference for conflict of interest/neutrality.
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