- Date & Time
- September 20, 2012 - 12:00pm to 3:30pm
- Clark Library, Presentation Space
- Location Information
- Event Type
Wikipedia… We all use it. Join us and learn how to bring it into the classroom! Free, but please RSVP
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Information Session: Noon-1:30pm (lunch included!)
Open Workshop: 2:00-3:30pm
Presentation Space, Clark Library, Hatcher Graduate Library 2 South
Faculty around the world assign their students to contribute to Wikipedia for class assignments. This information session introduces the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Education Program and shows how faculty can use Wikipedia as a platform for students to publish articles and edit articles based on course assignments. We will also show you how to design Wikipedia based assignments, and tell you how you can find U-M campus support for using Wikipedia and wiki-based assignments in your courses.
A workshop will follow the information session. There will be time for more Q&A and participants will get hands-on experience editing Wikipedia and designing Wikipedia-based assignments. Attending the information session is not required to participate in the workshop.
The information session and workshop will be lead by Jami Mathewson. Jami is an Education Program Associate at Wikimedia Foundation where she focuses on coordinating volunteer initiatives and activities in support of the Wikipedia Education Program.
The event is free, but space is limited so reserve your spot today. Lunch will be provided for information session participants. Register today!
This workshop is hosted by Open.Michigan and MLibrary and sponsored by the Wikimedia Foundation.