Wikimedia Spain member talks about ‘Wikipedia from A to W’.

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Our member Tomás Saorín Pérez, professor at the University of Murcia, Faculty of Documentation and Information, has recently released the full content of the book ‘Wikipedia de la A a la W‘ (Wikipedia from A to W), published in 2012 by the Editorial de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).

This book, now open access distribution authorised by the publisher, is an introduction to Wikipedia at the community and content level, especially oriented to the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) sector, allowing the reader to have a more genuine approach to Wikipedia, to know it from the inside and its commitment to open knowledge, from cultural, scientific and educational institutions.

Those who have used Wikipedia frequently and want to know more about its inner workings will find in this book a space that will allow them to answer some of the main questions, such as: How can I start editing or contributing to Wikipedia? Is Wikipedia a reliable source of information? Can anyone edit it?

We share with you the digital version of the book that you can find in DIGITUM, University Library of the University of Murcia.
‘Wikipedia de la A a la W’ (Wikipedia from A to W):

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