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The Case Studies on the Outreach portal need additional examples from around the world. See page here: The list now is far from comprehensive and certainly not up-to-date.

If you'd like to add a case study, please create a subtask of this task and describe the kind of case study you are planning to add. Think about including examples from assignments tasks that are not related to Wikipedia, but its sister projects - i.e. assignments that involve Commons, Wikisource, Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikispecies etc.

The page would also benefit from creating sub paragraphs according to age groups, and a listing of types of assignments relevant for each group.

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Esh77 created this task.Sep 30 2015, 12:54 PM
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I will try to update about some cases in Taiwan. I will also try to encourage people in Asia to provide their story of courses in the East and South East Asia fellows and maybe South Asia fellows also.

Awesome, @Shangkuanlc! Thanks @Base for marking the template for translation -- it was tricky!

I merged the task Shani created into this one, since they are both related to updating the Case Studies page on Outreach, albeit from different angles. @Shangkuanlc and @Esh77, it would be great if you could both contribute to this task, each with your own focus area, as described in this task. I hope this is clear, please let us know if you need any help with any of this. Thanks!

Hello, I have also translated the case study template itself, wondering whether it is useful.

Just translated the copyediting case study of Adrianne Wadewitz into Chinese. See here.

RIP, Adrianne.

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That's really helpful and useful, Liang. Thank you for doing that!