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The History of the Paralympic Movement in Australia (HOPAU) project started in 2011. The aim of the project was "to write the History of...

Writing Lives: the HOPAU Project

I have been following the HOPAU Project with great interest. In recent weeks the project group has written about: Don Elgin Donald Dann Libby Kosmala 2008 Paralympic Games 2004 Paralympic...

HOPAU Update: 11 November

This week Tony Naar produced an update for his colleagues at the the Australian Paralympic Committee (APC) on the The History of the Paralympics in...

History of the Australian Paralympic Movement: End of Year Report 2017

The project to record the history of the Paralympic movement in Australia has been underway since 2011. Tony Naar has shared details of activities in...

Meeting James and Friends

James Neill is hosting a Wiki Workshop on Friday 14 September (schedule) in the Teaching Commons at the University of Canberra. He has invited Laura...

Wikipedia and the Paralympics

In late August this year I wrote in The Conversation about the HoPAU Project and the use of Wikipedia to share information about Paralympic...

Following the London Paralympics

I am really enjoying the London Paralympics. I like the atmosphere created by the ABC's coverage of the Games. I am very impressed by the...

In Cardiff

Yesterday I wrote about the Paralympics and the HOPAU Project. Overnight, the APC announced Greg Smith as the flagbearer for the Opening Ceremony for the...

Changeover Week

The welcome home Olympic parades have started in Australia just as Paralympians are preparing for the opening of the Paralympic Games in eight days...

Wikifying the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

There has been a fascinating project underway in Australia for the last year. A group of experienced and new wikipedians have been developing wiki pages...