Top Tweets for #WomeninSBS
3/3 Progressed from editing to creating an entry - adding a biography on Wikipedia. Thanks to a great training session for #WomeninSBS Proud to say first entry added on #InternationalWomensDay twitter.com/HistoryOt/stat…
RT SagePsychology Our #WomenInSBS Wikipedia Edit-a-thon allowed us to elevate the status of women scholars and narrow the Wikipedia gender gap, with our volunteer editors updating 18 profiles and creating 49 new ones. Read why scholars can't ignore the… ow.ly/Nti450NC1M5
Our #WomenInSBS Wikipedia Edit-a-thon allowed us to elevate the status of women scholars and narrow the Wikipedia gender gap, with our volunteer editors updating 18 profiles and creating 49 new ones. Read why scholars can't ignore the power of Wikipedia: ow.ly/Nti450NC1M5
How does the Wikipedia gender gap affect scholars and researchers? In this @LSEImpactBlog, we delve into the motivation for our #WomenInSBS Wikipedia Edit-a-thon event. Read the blog here: ow.ly/rO3Q50NC2om
"Biographies about women who meet Wikipedia’s criteria for inclusion are more likely to be considered non-notable than men’s” Learn more about the power of Wikipedia and its systemic biases in this @LSEImpactBlog. Read here: ow.ly/cjZH50NC297 #WomenInSBS
Wikipedia's practice of community-based editing democratizes knowledge but also puts the site at risk of bias. In this @LSEImpactBlog, we delve into why scholars can't ignore the power of Wikipedia - or its systemic biases. Read here: ow.ly/7Uh650NC1pv #WomenInSBS
A new blog for @chsconf by @CamilleGamboa details what she learned updating the public profiles of women scholars for the Women in SBS Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.
What’s the best thing about learning how to edit on @Wikipedia?
Read here: charleston-hub.com/2023/03/what-i…
Thank you @wikimediauk, @InspireEnvision, @EmeraldGlobal, @TheEdShed, @Mind_Tools, @wikimediadc, @FABBS, and everyone who volunteered for the Women in Social & Behavioral Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.
Read more about the event in a new blog: group.sagepub.com/blog/sage-and-…
Marked #InternationalWomensDay on Wikipedia by making 100th edit and creating an entry for a distinguished scientist #WomenInSBS Name to be revealed later! Proud - yes. Need a digital detox - definitely. ¡Hasta luego! We'll be back at the end of March.
We can confirm writing Wikipedia articles is harder than it looks! But we'll keep going until we finish updating our full list of notable authors.
We'd encourage everyone to make time and take part by watching the training video linked here ➡️bit.ly/3ZS047u
The Women in Social & Behavioral Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon is now live in our Washington, DC office.
Thank you @wikimediadc and @FABBS for helping us raise the profiles of women scholars who work to advance knowledge in the social and behavioral sciences.
Wikipedia is the fifth most visited website in the world but only 19% of Wikipedia’s biographies are of women.
Today, we're highlighting scholars who are often marginalized or overlooked.
Read more about the event here: group.sagepub.com/women-in-socia…
Thank you @wikimediauk, @InspireEnvision, @EmeraldGlobal, @TheEdShed, @Mind_Tools, and everyone volunteering their time to update the public profiles of women scholars at the Women in Social & Behavioral Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon in our London office.
Virtual participants are now getting involved in the Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, even Bramble the dog!
Follow the link to find out how volunteers are coming together to increase the representation and public profile of #WomenInSBS on #IWD2023 bit.ly/3ZS047u
It's a busy afternoon ahead for our Inclusion Lead, Danielle, who has arrived and is all set to start creating entries for some of our notable authors, in support of the Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon and #IWD2023
The Women in Social & Behavioral Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon has begun in our London office.
Participants are updating the public profiles of women scholars.
Joining us? Share the image below and use the hashtag #WomenInSBS
Read more here: ow.ly/40p750NbZj8
You can still register to join us for the Women in Social & Behavioral Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on #InternationalWomensDay
@Wikipedia is the fifth most visited site in the world but only 19% of biographies are about women.
Register here ow.ly/1mUF50N7ozm
Interested in editing Wikipedia? Recommendation: watch 70 minute YouTube, youtube.com/watch?v=aV4HTs… do preparatory task and join in on Wednesday. Thanks @Sage_Publishing and Ariel Cetrone Why not give it a go! #WomenInSBS So much to do for #OccupationalTherapy twitter.com/HistoryOt/stat…
Did you know, only around 1 in 5 of Wikipedia’s biographies are of women? To help change this, we've teamed up with @Sage_Publishing for a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon on #IWD2023. You can get involved too, find out how, here bit.ly/3mkp1JW
Do you support women in social & behavioral science? Want an opportunity to put action behind that support? Join this half-day opportunity on #InternationalWomensDay
Pls RT @WikiWomenInRed @COSSADC @FABBS @CfSocialScience @federation_hss 🙏
We'll be there on March 8 to support @Sage_Publishing with this great initiative. Register your interest and join us (virtually or in person) by following the link below. #WomenInSBS twitter.com/Sage_Publishin…
Wikipedia is the fifth most visited website in the world, but only 19% of Wikipedia’s biographies are of women.
Join us March 8 in person or virtually to update the public profiles of women in social and behavioral science.
Register here: ow.ly/ANkI50MMmfq