Professor Peter Reid email@example.com
This project comprises a series of edit-a-thons working on Wikipedia articles for (a) north-east topics and (b) written in Doric. These will include the entries for particular towns and other geographical locations or features in the North-East, events or items of cultural significance (e.g. Burning of the Clavie or Aikey Fair), people of cultural importance (e.g. Flora Garry whose entry is only in English).
Es projik maun be aboot a pucklie edit-a-thons tyauvin on Wikipedia scrievins for (a) Nor-East subjiks and (b) scrievit in Doric. Es will hae intries aboot toons an ither geographical placies an features across e Nor-East, events or ither cultural an heirskip metters (sikk as Burning o e Clavie or Aikey Fair), or fowk fa are affa weel-kent (lik Flora Garry fa’s intry maun jist be in English).
|Project Dates||Feb 1, 2020 - Jan 31, 2021|
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