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- 1 October 2007-December 2008 - Chimurenga Library
- 2 October 9th 2007 - WikiAfrica Frankfurt
- 3 September 7th 2007 - WikiAfrica Postcard
- 4 September 7th-9th 2007 - WikiAfrica Mantua
- 5 July 25th 2007 Mock Test
- 6 July 16th-21st 2007 - WikiAfrica CSCL 2007
- 7 June 1st-29th 2007 - WikiAfrica New York
- 8 March 30th 2007 Sito WikiAfrica.it
- 9 March 28th-31st 2007 WikiAfrica ACASA
- 10 March-September 2007 - WikiAfrica Postcard
- 11 March 3rd-17th 2007 - WikiAfrica Douala
- 12 Creation of WikiAfrica Project on it.Wikipedia
- 13 Five scholarships granted.
- 14 September 2006 - Launch of WikiAfrica project during Festivaletteratura Mantua 2006
October 2007-December 2008 - Chimurenga Library
Chimurenga Library examines and increases the value of African cultural and political magazines. Chimurenga Library is promoted by Chimurenga magazine and supported by lettera27 Onlus within WikiAfrica programme initiatives.
October 9th 2007 - WikiAfrica Frankfurt
September 7th 2007 - WikiAfrica Postcard
WikiAfrica Postcard presents the four postcards during WikiAfrica Mantua.
The postcards invite people to participate in WikiAfrica and include sentences by Cristina Ali Farah, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Tahar Lamri e Igiaba Scego.
September 7th-9th 2007 - WikiAfrica Mantua
In conjunction with the Festivaletteratura of Mantua, lettera27 Foundation organizes a series of workshops, which provide new African pages on Wikipedia, providing a concrete and fully visible view of the operation of Internet best known encyclopedia: thanks to the involvement of various authors, the meetings and discussions produce, on-site and in real time, new online articles in WikiAfrica.
The workshops provide new Wikipedia contents through a collaborative writing process that takes place both on- and off-line. Many keynote speakers introduce the topics, the participants contribute to the fine-tuning and improvement of the various pages and a Wikipedia administrator provides information concerning the formatting and rules of Wiki projects; the lettera27 editors upload the contents, putting them on-line in real time, while a cameraman films the event as it unfolds.
WikiAfrica Mantua is intended as a space in which to explore in depth the themes and narrative forms of African cultural production (focusing on literature, the visual arts, boundaries, and the oral tradition) as well as a forum, naturally enough, for a discussion of Wikipedia controversial encyclopedism.
The workshops are part of WikiAfrica, a project intended to help "Africanize" Wikipedia.
July 25th 2007 Mock Test
July 16th-21st 2007 - WikiAfrica CSCL 2007
Adasa, supported by lettera27 Foundation, participates in the CSCL-Computer Supported Collaborative Learning conference planned between 16th and 21st July 2007 at the State University of New Jersey. In particular Adasa partecipates in the workshop held on 17th July Wiki Research: Knowledge Advancement and Design led by Andreas Lund.
June 1st-29th 2007 - WikiAfrica New York
WikiAfrica is showed in New York during DETOUR. The postcards went like hotcakes!
March 30th 2007 Sito WikiAfrica.it
March 28th-31st 2007 WikiAfrica ACASA
WikiAfrica participates in the three-yearly congress on ACASA African art, organized at the University of Florida for its 14th edition. The users Sfo and iopensa present WikiAfrica project within the round table In the here & now: Research methodologies for contemporary African art/ists and during informal discussions with the congress participants.
March-September 2007 - WikiAfrica Postcard
March 3rd-17th 2007 - WikiAfrica Douala
WikiAfrica is presented in Douala, Cameroon, within the international workshop Ars&Urbis, promoted by the art centre Doual'Art.
Artists, architects and researchers observe and analyze Douala for 15 days, gathering data and creating new urban representations. The contents obtained are structured and formatted on doual'art and iStrike sites. Later on these data migrate on Wikipedia.
Creation of WikiAfrica Project on it.Wikipedia
Five scholarships granted.
Five scholarships are granted to young researchers, who are in charge of contributing to the 2006-2007 WikiAfrica project.