Many health-related entries have not been translated into Spanish or vice versa into English. Of those entries that have been identified by WikiProject Medicine, some are lacking content, mistranslated, contained jargon instead of plain-language, or only appropriate for a subgroup of Hispanic populations. Medical students are familiar and often use Wikipedia as an information source. Students are provided an online orientation created by Wikipedia to learn how to select the appropriate resources to enhance and cite references. The student identifies through the WikiProject Medicine portal either an English to Spanish or Spanish to English entry that requires editing to improve the quality of health information for the consumer. The quality of the entry is assessed by the instructor with input from the WikiProject Medicine community.To successfully complete the elective, students Spanish reading and writing skills should be at least a Reading 2+/Writing 2+ (Limited Working Proficiency, Plus) on the Interagency Language Roundtable Scale (http://www.govtilr.org).