ISA: run challenges within your community to add structured data to Commons images
10-30, 11:50–12:05 (UTC), Room 2

ISA is a mobile-first 'microcontributions' tool, that makes it easy for (groups of inexperienced) people to add structured data to images on Wikimedia Commons.

With ISA, you can choose a pre-defined set of images on Commons and then ask contributors to 'tag' these with multilingual structured metadata. Points are counted for each contribution, and therefore it is possible to organize 'tagging' or microcontributions competitions or challenges with ISA.

ISA received the coolest tool WikidataCon 2019 Award in the Multimedia category.

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What will the participants take away from this session?

What will the participants take away from this session?
* A basic introduction / tutorial on the ISA tool
* Impact of ISA tool after two years of operations
* Understanding how it defers from the new Depictor tool





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A Wikipedian since 2002, a former Chair of Wikimedia Foundation and a founding member of Wikimedia France. She is a free knowledge advocate, a public speaker and a consultant.
Since 2013, Florence is the co-leader on projects related to Wikipedia and Africa, as part of the WikiAfrica movement, such as Wiki loves Africa, Wiki Loves Women, WikiChallenge Ecoles d'Afrique etc.

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