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- Find info below on how to edit Wikipedia, and where to start!
- You’ll also find visual artworks submitted by CT artists and show and tell videos from local archives and museums
Quick Start Guides:
- Review these tutorials:
- Link orphan pages:
- In the Wikipedia glossary, an orphan is defined as “an article with no links from other pages in the main article namespace”. These pages can still be found by searching Wikipedia, but it is preferable that they can also be reachable by links from related pages; it is therefore helpful to add links from other suitable pages with similar and/or related information.
- Art+Feminism identified orphan pages in need of links
- Add citations:
- Add citations:
- Work on pages that may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guidelines.
- Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sourcesthat are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. This is a task well suited to more experienced editors, as you will need to determine whether or not this article would pass Wikipedia’s notability guidelines and then do the due diligence of adding additional text and citations to make the article stick.
- List of pages needing review
- Work on stub pages, or existing short articles.
- Find a list of stub pages here.
- Create pages for artists/artworks/organizations that need them.
- Add images to Wikipedia