Wikipedia:Schools/Projects/Notable Female Authors

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Notable Female Authors for Middle Grades/Young Adult is a research project for a school in California. Up to 65 students will be researching and editing articles on notable female authors (based on awards won, number of students who read an author's work, etc). They will research in library reference sources and then they will edit and cite the sources they reference in the Simple English Wikipedia article.

They will create their accounts in the day or two prior to the workshop, and they will be doing the actual editing from about 8am-12noon PST on Monday, March 23, 2015. Teachers will look over the work and be done checking it by April 4, 2015. (Taking the full two weeks.)

The IP range on our primary internet link is: through

The IP range on our backup internet link is: through

Contacts[change source]

Banners[change source]

{{class project|teacher=Castilibrary|link=Wikipedia:Schools/Projects/Notable Female Authors}}

For articles: Please add this banner on the top of each article you work on. It indicates to other Wikipedia users this article is part of the Notable Female Authors project.

Editors[change source]

  1. User:Castilibrary
  2. User:Castilibrary2

Articles edited[change source]

  1. Suzanne Collins
  2. Veronica Roth
  3. Virginia Hamilton
  4. Linda Sue Park
  5. Pam Muñoz Ryan
  6. Kate DiCamillo
  7. Grace Lin
  8. Rebecca Stead
  9. Jennifer L. Holm
  10. Clare Vanderpool
  11. Louise Erdrich
  12. Paula Danziger
  13. Dodie Smith
  14. Joan Bauer
  15. Wendy Mass
  16. Cynthia Kadohata
  17. E. Lockhart
  18. Jacqueline Kelly
  19. E. L. Konigsburg
  20. Judy Blume
  21. Suzanne Collins
  22. Veronica Roth
  23. Jacqueline Woodson
  24. Lois Lowry
  25. Sharon Creech
  26. Sharon Draper
  27. Laurie Halse Anderson
  28. Marissa Meyer
  29. Tamora Pierce
  30. Ally Carter
  31. Kirsten Miller
  32. Katherine Applegate
  33. Thanhha Lai
  34. Rita Williams-Garcia
  35. Raina Telgemeier