New guide for organizing Edit-a-thons at science conferences

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New guide for organizing Edit-a-thons at science conferences

Jonathan Morgan
I just ran across a new-ish (Feb 17) resource for people interested in
running editathons for scientists, developed by the Simons Foundation. You
can read the blog post[1] and download the guide in PDF form[2].

The guide provides a well-organized and comprehensive set of practical tips
for organizing, publicizing, and running editathons and is tuned to the
needs and interests of science SMEs.

Forwarding because I know there are many folks on this list who are
involved in this sort of work and/or could be.

Cheers,
Jonathan

1.
https://www.simonsfoundation.org/education-outreach/crowdsourcing-expertise/
2.
http://simonsfoundation.s3.amazonaws.com/share/sciencesandbox/CrowdsourcingExpertise_4.7.17.pdf

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