Cliff Lampe, Assistant Professor in the School of Information, discusses the various social structures that have evolved in Wikipedia, and how these processes affect the quality of content that appears on Wikipedia.
March, 2013 Events
March, 2013 Events
Students and staff from across the University of Michigan share their ten-minute stories about using or creating resources that are shared and reused across institutions or about using participatory, collaborative or transparent practices in education or research settings.
Author's Forum Presents: How to Be Gay: A Conversation with David M. Halperin and Valerie Traub.
Want to improve Wikipedia content relating to your museum or library collections, or practice the basics of Wikipedia editing?
Join this conversation about experiences teaching and using online course offerings at U-M. The use of recorded lectures, video conferencing and screencasts are now accepted ways to provide anytime, anywhere learning opportunities to complement classroom experiences.
Are you an undergraduate, graduate student, or faculty member interested in learning more about academic publishing? Please join us for a distinguished panel of faculty members from across the disciplines who will discuss the academic publishing experience for aspiring authors from a variety of viewpoints.
Join us for a half day event to start a campus-wide discussion about connected learning environments. In order to ground our conversation, results from a semester-long research study investigating Design Lab 1 will be presented along with several themes emerging from the findings.
Global Information Week provides events and a venue for students to reflect on globalization and its effect on their lives. The University Library is not only a place for research, but also a vibrant social center, particularly for undergraduates, where connections and contacts are made.
The Author's Forum Presents: American Night: The Literary Left in the Era of the Cold War: A Conversation with Alan Wald, Howard Brick and Dina Karageorgos.
Join students and staff from CGIS (Center for Global and Intercultural Study) to learn all you wanted to learn about Global Study and Study Abroad opportunities for undergraduate students. Cookies, brownies and coffee will be provided!