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The spirit of the project is best summarized into two animated shorts; Share Your Knowledge: Why? (subtitled in English, French, German and Greek).
and Share Your Knowledge: How? (subtitled in English and Greek).
Share Your Knowledge is a project that enhances the contents and work of cultural organisations through Creative Commons and the Wikimedia Foundation websites, strengthens their use and visibility and makes them available on Wikipedia. It is prompted by the good results of a previous experience with the Italian GLAM Associazione Amici del Museo delle Grigne Onlus and it was developed in the frame of the project WikiAfrica to allow it to reach its 30'000 African contributions to Wikipedia milestone with the support of many institutions.
- Africa Centre, 135 files
- Brooklyn Museum, 3758 files
- COSV, 164 files
- Doual'art, 599 files
- Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), 84 files
- Fondazione Passaré
- Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, 117 files
- International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD), 410 files
- National Gallery of Zimbabwe
- Officina Griot
- Raccolte Extraeuropee del Castello Sforzesco
- Smithsonian Institution Archives, 103 files
- Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA), 440 files
- The National Archives, 5423 files
- Tropenmuseum, 4207 files
- Archivio Pietro Pensa, 1915 files
- Artgate Fondazione Cariplo, 854 files