Category Archives: Wikipedia and education

Wikipedia: tying it all together

These days, few would disagree that Wikipedia is a useful resource. But what does the site do best? What can be accomplished with Wikipedia that we don’t see in other publications, that makes a tangible difference in the world we … Continue reading

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GLAMcamp DC, part 1: Planning

This is the first of a three-part series, on planning and facilitating GLAMcamp DC, a Wikipedia leadership workshop, in February 2012. 1: plan » 2: act » 3: reflect The challenge was irresistible. Last October (2011), I was honored with an … Continue reading

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Engaging with Wikipedia (universities)

Swissnex San Francisco is helping Swiss universities evaluate their Internet presence. They invited Wiki Strategies to present on Wikipedia, and how the communications team at a university might think about it. Here are our slides from the presentation, and here is … Continue reading

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