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Throughout 2015, Wikimedia Argentina conducted a series of interviews to meet the Wikimedia community in Argentina. What was the first article they wrote? What problems did they have? How was your approach to Wikimedia Argentina? These are just some of the questions this document tries to explain. The documentary premiered on January 15 as part of the celebrations of 15 years of Wikipedia.
The differences between “free” and “open” are nuanced, but can be vast. So how can a free schooling system make the most out of open knowledge and education? That’s where Sara Mörtsell comes in.
As the Education Manager for Wikimedia Sverige (WMSE), the Swedish Wikimedia chapter, Sara is responsible for training and encouraging educators and students on how best to incorporate Wikipedia into the learning process.
Andrew Sherman, Digital Communications Intern, Wikimedia Foundation
Photo Montage credits: “Sara Mörtsell.jpg” by Victor Grigas, freely licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.; “Wikimania_Translathon_20150718_162444.jpg” by Amire80, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.; “I_am_a_Wikipedian.webm” uploaded by Giselle Bordoy WMAR, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.; Collage by Andrew Sherman.
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