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Hello and welcome to the community of Wikipedians!
Your experience is valuable and your efforts can be appreciated by a great many.
Learn and share and expect your work to be edited by others.
(Your contributions may be corrected or enhanced, praised or scorned, even completely rearranged or completely ignored.)

New User Activities:


READ: Not sure how to begin?
Here is some reading to get you up to speed:

WRITE: Don't want to slow your momentum?
Just keep writing and learn-as-you-go. Some Quick-Tips:

  • Each article has a historical record, so for every edit, you should:
    1. Provide a descriptive Summary,
    2. Mark mINOR edits,
    3. and Always Preview changes before saving.
  • When you're creating a new page for a missing entry that is worthy of adding but you need help to complete the article, mark it as a STUB to enlist others to help finish what you've started.
  • You can always practice in the Sandbox

DISCUSS: Just need to talk about it?

  • Ask a question at the Village Pump or at the Reference Desk
  • Comment, discuss, fuss & fume on the talk page of any article or user page.
  • Don't forget to leave your Signature on talk pages.
  • Drop by and talk...

You can help improve the articles listed below! This list updates frequently, so check back here for more tasks to try. (See Wikipedia:Maintenance or the Task Center for further information.)

Help counter systemic bias by creating new articles on important women.

Help improve popular pages, especially those of low quality.