Empower students by improving chemistry related content on Wikipedia this Fall!

Since 2010, Wiki Education has been empowering students to have a lasting impact on today's knowledge landscape by helping them to contribute their expertise to Wikipedia. In that time, we've supported over 100,000 students who have thus far added over 80 million words to Wikipedia. Wiki Education is now signing classes up for the Fall 2022 term, and we hope you'll join us in this critical work.

We've partnered with the American Chemical Society to tackle chemistry related content on Wikipedia, and we hope you'll join us in furthering this mission. To date, almost 3000 students from nearly 150 courses have added almost 3 million words to Wikipedia related to chemistry. Despite these numbers, the work is never done.

The idea is simple, but powerful. Students contribute to Wikipedia as a course assignment, and Wiki Education provides the support to help the project run smoothly. The program is fully funded, and there are no fees to run a Wikipedia assignment.

If you're an instructor at a post-secondary institution in the U.S. or Canada, please visit teach.wikiedu.org to find out more or email Helaine Blumenthal directly at helaine@wikiedu.org. Priority will be given to classes that sign up by July 29.


Helaine Blumenthal, Ph.D. (she/her)

Senior Program Manager

Wiki Education