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It is understandable to feel hopeless right now. This is an unprecedented time in our lives and it is okay to feel angry, frustrated, or helpless. Below are some important resources you can use to improve mental health and find relief. If you are having thoughts of suicide please seek help. Please know you are not alone. There is help.
Link to Suicide Resources:

~ National suicide hotline 24/7: 1-800-273-8255 ~ Crisis Textline 24/7: Text HOME to 741741 ~
~ Coping With Suicidal Thoughts ~ Suicide Prevention in Schools ~

Not suicidal but still want help? Click on a link below!
~ Coping with COVID-19 ~ Coping with Social Isolation ~ Finding a Therapist ~ Other Resources ~
~ More at HGAPS.org ~



This orientation training site is a great overview for those learning to edit Wikipedia and Wikiversity.

New to Wikipedia? Check out these links first![edit | edit source]

  1. The Wikipedia Adventure: Highly recommended for complete newbies to Wikipedia! An interactive adventure to creating a Wikipedia account and editing Wikipedia.
  2. Psychological Assessment Beginners Guide: This is ideal for the intermediate editor, best consumed after completing the Wikipedia Adventure. It goes through more nuanced points about Wikipedia, such as guidelines for notability and neutrality.
  3. General Tutorial: This is great after you have completed the first two tutorials. It teaches more advanced stuff!

Tutorial videos[edit | edit source]

  • Tutorial videos: For the visual learners, this set of videos provides some advanced tips. Worth a watch!

Advanced resources[edit | edit source]