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From: Jake Orlowitz <jorlowitz@gmail.com>
Date: quarta, 19/12/2018 à(s) 20:52
Subject: [libraries] 1Lib1Ref is happening January 15th to February 5th!
To: Wikimedia & Libraries <Libraries@lists.wikimedia.org>, The Wikipedia Library User Group Google Group <wikilibraryug@googlegroups.com>, Wikimedia & GLAM collaboration [Public] <glam@lists.wikimedia.org>, North American Cultural Partnerships <glam-us@lists.wikimedia.org>, Open Access discussions <openaccess@lists.wikimedia.org>, ACRL Scholarly Communication List <scholcomm@lists.ala.org>, <ifla-l@infoserv.inist.fr>, <1lib1ref@lists.wikimedia.org>

Dear Librarians and Library Lovers:

#1Lib1Ref is happening again from January 15th through February 5th! Imagine a world in which every librarian added 1 more reference to Wikipedia...

We want you to make #1Lib1Ref your own! Adapt the subject area or type for your community, region, and language. Run events when it works for you. Also, try Citation Hunt’s new “Intersections” feature to preload topics that you select and care about (http://citationhunt.org)

Check out the new campaign homepage: http://1lib1ref.org. We’ve added new resources for both editing and organizing.

Our goal is to make this year’s campaign as inclusive and expansive as possible. We are working with a global team of ambassadors, affiliates, champions, and amplifiers. Everyone can play a part in making Wikimedia more reliable.

Stay in touch by using the campaign hashtag #1Lib1Ref on social media. You can reach out to the organizers any time at 1lib1ref@lists.wikimedia.org.

Happy holidays and happy #1Lib1Ref!
-The Wikipedia Library and the 1Lib1Ref Global Ambassadors

p.s. Please share/post/retweet in your networks to help spread the word :)

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