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University of Edinburgh's Melissa Highton and Wikimedia UK Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh Ewan McAndrew discuss how Wikimedians based in cultural institutions can create value for those institutions. This video is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. 🤍 Website: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Möt Sörmlands första Wikimedian-in-Residence! Inspelning från konventet Folk och Kultur – torsdagen den 10 februari 2022. Läs mer om projektet: 🤍 Från programtexten: Under hela 2021 visades svenskspråkiga Wikipedia-artiklarna och dess information 2 miljarder gånger. I en värld som är baserad på kunskap tycker vi att kunskapsorganisationer som museer och bibliotek har ett speciellt ansvar att sprida sin kunskap på nätet - där användarna är. Med Projekt hbtqi på Wikipedia som startades på initiativ av Biblioteksutveckling Sörmland, Sörmlands museum och Wikimedia Sverige under 2021 har vi tagit ett första steg för att bidra till en global gemenskap som fokuserar på att tillgängliggöra och använda kunskapsresurser. Det här projektet är en bit i ett globalt pussel med sikte på att alla ska ha fri tillgång till mänsklighetens samlade kunskap. I det här inslaget kommer du att träffa Sörmlands första Wikimedian-in-Residence Sofie Jansson och lära dig hur du praktiskt tillsammans med andra kan göra samhället mer jämlikt. Dessutom kommer du få chansen att få insyn i hur andra institutioner, från volontärdrivna Sätra Brunnsmuseet till Nordiska museet, jobbar med den globala Wiki-gemenskapen och hur deras organisationer gynnas och påverkas av samarbetet. Men Étaples då? 1896 reste konstnären, vagabonden och äventyraren Tyra Kleen till konstnärskolonin i Étaples och idag finns målningen från stranden i Sörmlands museums samlingar. Genom att dela den öppet med Wikimedia-gemenskapen har målningen kunnat spridas till Wikipedia-versioner på många olika språk och konstnärens Wikipedia-sida har för första gången kunnat illustreras med ett exempel ur hennes verk.
Under hela 2021 visades svenskspråkiga Wikipedia-artiklarna och dess information 2 miljarder gånger. I en värld som är baserad på kunskap tycker vi att kulturorganisationer som museer och bibliotek har ett speciellt ansvar att sprida sin kunskap på nätet - där användarna är. I sammanhang med Digikult-konferensen 2022 presenterar Biblioteksutveckling Sörmland och Sörmlands museum sitt arbete med en Wikimedian-in-Residence, ett steg för att bidra till en global gemenskap som fokuserar på att tillgängliggöra och använda kunskapsresurser. Det här projektet är en bit i ett globalt pussel med sikte på att alla ska ha fri tillgång till mänsklighetens samlade kunskap. I det här inslaget kommer du att träffa Sörmlands första Wikimedian-in-Residence Sofie Jansson och lyssna på Sörmlands museum och Biblioteksutveckling Sörmlands erfarenheter med samarbetet med den globala Wiki-gemenskapen. Mer information om projektet finns här: 🤍
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We chatted to Ewan, the University of Edinburgh's Wikimedian in Residence about how he found himself in the role, digital skills, information literacy, and sharing knowledge openly. A big thank you to Ewan for sharing his time and his knowledge. Interview:Claire Simpson Music: Cantina Rag by Jackson F. Smith Licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License Thumbnail image: Stewart Cromar, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Head of Archives at the University of Edinburgh, Rachel Hosker, and Wikimedian in Residence, Ewan McAndrew, unveil the new Women's Suffrage in Scotland timeline developed by Histropedia and built from volunteer editors contributing new Wikipedia articles and structured data on Wikidata about Scotland's suffragettes.
Wikipedian Ole Palnatoke Andersen is sharing his experiences as a "wikipedian in residence" at The National Museum of Denmark.
At our December WMAU Community Meeting Wikimedian in Residence at University of Edinburgh Ewan McAndrew spoke about the residency program and the projects they've run. Read more about the Wikimedian in Residence at University of Edinburgh: 🤍 Wikimedian in Residence on YouTube: 🤍wikimedianinresidence-univ2812 Ewan McAndrew on Twitter: 🤍 For future community meetings and events see our website: Wikimedia Australia: 🤍
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This presentation was part of the 2018 Wikimedia Project Grants Showcase, and occurred on 6/13/2018. Mike Dickison is the presenter of this project, with Maria Cruz facilitating. 🤍
A tête-à-tête with some very experienced Wikimedians/Wikipedians in Residence (WIR), to learn what it takes to be one, plan and execute topical projects successfully, while helping Wikimedia solidify relationships with other organizations. Guests: * Bobby Shabangu WiR, UNDP-South Africa * Florence Devouard WiR, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) * Alice Kibombo WiR, African Library and Information Associations (AfLIA) * Daniel Obiokeke WiR, The African Narrative (TAN) * Nicolas VIGNERON WiR, Clermont Auvergne University Chapters: 01:00 What is a Wikipedian in Residence (WIR) 12:26 Becoming an Wikipedian in Resident and what it brings to the partnering institution 29:28 What is involved in being a WIR 52:52 Alice Kibombo: the differing roles of Visiting Wikimedian and Wikipedian in Residence 57:16 Nicholas: How the WIR work across one city and 2 libraries came about 1:02:04 Florence: How her WIR role differed to that of the proposed WIPO permanent observers 1:10:05 Bobby: How to balance the UNDP role with being WMZA president 1:15:28 Daniel: What organisations would benefit the most from a WIR program 1:21:29 The eternal controversy between being a volunteer vs. being fairly compensated 1:28:59 Advice for future Wikipedians In Residence 1:38:15 Questions from the community and audience 1:42:38 News from the Wikimedia Movement 1:46:14 Final words Find more information about Wikipedians In Residence across the Wikimedia Movement: 🤍 Check out previous episodes: 🤍 🤳 Stay connected with us! Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 On Meta: 🤍 Your host is Ceslause Ogbonnaya. WikiAfrica Hour is powered by the Wiki In Africa’s team. Subscribe to be part of the Wikimedia community and understand how Wikipedia and her Sister projects can solve some of our more pressing issues. Find out more about Wiki In Africa here: 🤍 🔬 Find out more from our blog: 🤍 #WikiAfrica #WikiAfrica Hour #WikiInAfrica #openknowledge #bigopen #wikimediafoundation #wikimediacommunity #WIR #wikipedians #GLAM #celebrateafrica
L'università di Padova è il primo ateneo in Italia ad accogliere ben due Wikimediani in Residenza: degli esperti dei progetti Wikimedia che aiutano le istituzioni culturali a rendere disponibile online a tutti il proprio patrimonio culturale, attraverso Wikipedia e i progetti fratelli. Nel caso dell'Università di Padova non si è trattato solo di scrivere nuove voci, ma anche di creare corsi di formazione aperti a tutti (i MOOC) e di ripensare il modo in cui si può accedere al patrimonio culturale dell'Ateneo. Scopri il progetto: 🤍 Segui i MOOC online: 🤍 CREDITI MUSICALI Soft Feeling di Cheel; Rainy Day di Matt Harris, dalla raccolta audio di YouTube Questo video è pubblicato da Wikimedia Italia con licenza CC BY 3.0. Sei libero di riutilizzarlo per qualsiasi scopo, citando l'autore. Più dettagli: 🤍
The Wikimedians in Residence Exchange Network (WREN) is an official Wikimedia affiliate dedicated to cultural, heritage, and scientific collaboration with partner institutions such as GLAM, NGO and government entities. This roundtable will share the experiences of various Wikimedians in Residence (WiR) in both professional and share best practices and tools they have used in their work with Wikipedia, Wikidata, Wikimedia Commons, and other projects. This will include a series of quick lightning talks and a panel discussion. Discussion with the wider Wikimedia community is encouraged, in order to share best practices related to new developments such as Structured Data on Commons and contribution at scale. Wikimedians from around the world will be represented, including those from North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia/Oceania, with more to be confirmed. SPEAKERS Florence Devouard, United Nations, Wikimedian in Residence Mike Dickison, Wikipedian at Large, New Zealand Jamie Flood, National Agricultural Library (NAL), U.S. Department of Agriculture, Wikimedian in Residence Rachel Helps, Brigham Young University, Wikimedian in Residence Dr Amanda Lawrence, Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) Centre (Australia), Wikimedian-In-Residence Andrew Lih, Wikimedian at Large, Smithsonian Institution (US); Wikimedia Strategist, Met Museum (New York) Jennie Choi, General Manager of Collection Information, Met Museum (New York) Tochi Precious, Moleskin Foundation, Wikimedian in Residence 🤍
Wikipedian in residence A Wikipedian in residence or Wikimedian in residence WiR is a Wikipedia editor, a Wikipedian or Wikimedian, who accepts a placement with an institution, typically an art gallery, library, archive or museum GLAM, or institute of higher education such as a university to facilitate Wikipedia entries related to that institutions mission, encourage and assist it to release material under open licences, and to develop the relationship between the institution and the Wikimedia community A Wikipedian in residence generally helps to coordinate Wikipedia-related outreach events between the GLAM and the general public Institutions that have hosted a Wikipedian in residence include large institutions like the British Museum, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the British Library, the National Library of Norway, and the Federal Archives of Switzerland and smaller venues like the Derby Museum and Art Gallery and The New Art Gallery Walsall in the UK; the Palace of Versailles in France; the Museu Picasso in Spain; and in the US, the Smithsonian Institution, the Gerald R Forwikipedian in residence inn, wikipedian in résidence, wikipedian in residences, wikipedian in residence definition Wikipedian in residence
When making your own Wikipedia article you should aim for at least 100 words with three citations. You should draft your article in your sandbox. Tip: use an exemplar page as your guideline. More information can be found on our website: 🤍
Vortrag von Micha Rieser, Zentralbibliothek Zürich", anlässlich der Fachtagung "GLAM & Wikimedia: Bilanz der Projekte in der Schweiz und Perspektiven mit Wikidata" in der Schweizerischen Nationalbibliothek Bern, 28. März 2019. Vortrag anlässlich der Fachtagung "GLAM & Wikimedia: Bilanz der Projekte in der Schweiz und Perspektiven mit Wikidata" in der Schweizerischen Nationalbibliothek Bern, 28. März 2019. Die Fachtagung wurde organisiert von Flor Méchain, Community Liaison französischsprachige Schweiz bei Wikimedia CH, in Zusammenarbeit mit Wikipedia-Volunteers Gilliane Kern, Amandine Carbrio und Baptiste de Coulon und Unterstützung von Debora Lopomo, GLAM Program & Partnership Manager von Wikimedia CH. Mehr Infos zum Event: 🤍wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Events/GLAM_%26_Wikimedia_CH
The National Library of Wales, Wikimedia UK, and the editing community have worked together since 2014 to host a Wikimedian in Residence and in August 2017 the National Library appointed a Permanent Wikimedian to their staff. Wikipedia and its sister projects are now a core aspect of the Library’s activities and services. In this presentation at digiS in Berlin, Jason outlines the successes of the residency in opening up the collections of the National Library of Wales using Wikidata. Building on the successful collaboration between the Library, Wikimedia UK and the Wiki community, Jason's new role as the National Wikimedian will lead activities associated with the Library’s collections, Wales as a nation and the Welsh language. Read his final report here: 🤍 For more information contact the National Wikimedian, Jason Evans.
CYBT With Lane Rasberry - Wikimedian in Residence from the University of Virginia. Lane Rasberry is the Wikimedian-in-Residence at the School of Data Science. Rasberry’s research interests include open movement, public health communication, source metadata, clinical trials, and LGBT+. Rasberry supports the School of Data Science and the University of Virginia Library as they engage with Wikipedia, Wikidata, and related Wikimedia projects. Rasberry holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Washington.
The GLAM-Wiki Revolution is a short documentary about the GLAM programme in the United Kingdom. The GLAM programme is a series of partnerships between Wikimedia UK, a charity which supports Wikipedia and its editors in the UK, and cultural institutions, known collectively as GLAMs (an acronym for Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums). Many choose to play host to a Wikimedian-in-Residence, who acts as a liaison between the institution and the Wikimedia community and works to open up the resources held by the institution through Wikipedia and its sister projects. This documentary gives an overview of the GLAM project in the UK by visiting Wikimedians-in-Residence around the country to learn more about the projects they have run and their experiences in the role. For more details and full licensing information, see 🤍 Website: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Editing Wikipedia has never been easier using the new Visual Editor interface which makes editing Wikipedia as easy as using Microsoft Word or Wordpress blogs. This 1 hour workshop is aimed primarily at anyone who is interested in learning how to edit Wikipedia but, up until now, were never entirely sure how or why to begin. Please create a username on Wikipedia prior to watching by clicking on 'Create Account' in the top right corner of 🤍wikipedia.org A recent survey by Yougov found that around two thirds of the British public trust Wikipedia more than traditional news outlets including the BBC, ITV, the Guardian and the Times. One of the most visited websites worldwide, and now one of the most trusted, Wikipedia is a resource used by most university students. Increasingly, many instructors around the world have used Wikipedia as a teaching tool in their university classrooms as well. Indeed, as the drive for scholarly research to become ever more Open Access gathers pace, Wikipedia will increasingly become the digital gateway to this research.
This video demonstrates how you should edit existing pages on Wikipedia the correct way. i.e. being logged in using a Wikipedia account and adding an 'In use' template if you are doing substantial edits to a page so that you avoid edit conflicts (someone else editing the same page as you at the same time).
Before starting this step make sure you are logged on and you have enabled Visual Editor. Once you have created a user account you should create a user page on Wikipedia as this is a place where people can find out more information about you and it is also a useful place to signpost to other editors that you are a new user and still learning. You should also add a disclaimer to your user page so that your edits and any conflicts of interests are transparent. For example, 'I am a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh'.
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Wikipedia is the encyclopedia that anyone can edit.... but you cannot publish just anything and you must cite what you write. This video covers the main need-to-know information regarding Wikipedia's many policies and guidelines so that any article that is drafted meets the main requirements of its reviewing editors. New Page Patrol editors monitor new articles and check they adhere to Wikipedia's central tenets such as Wikipedia's policy on: Notability Verifiability Neutral Point of View No Original Research Avoiding peacock words and weasel words. Avoiding conflict of interest and more. This video is to make new editors aware of what reviewers are looking for and why articles are sometimes told they need to be worked on further, or speedily deleted.
This short video demonstrates how to create your user page on Wikipedia and some of the main formatting elements of how to add content to a Wikipedia page.
Video tutorial to demonstrate how to move a drafted article into Wikipedia's live space.
Lorna Campbell, OER Services at University of Edinburgh, and Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh, present student feedback from 7 years' of Wikipedia in the Curriculum assignments, including: World Christianity MSc - 12 week literature review assignment to ensure theology topics are written from world perspectives rather than only Northern hemisphere (US/European) perspectives. Translation Studies MSc - 2,000-2,500 peer reviewed translation assignment. Pg Cert Global Health Challenges - fully online group research assignment. Reproductive Biology BSc - Group assignment researching reproductive medicine terms. History of Art UG - group evaluation of Islamic art, science and the occult on Wikipedia and then using this research to improve topic coverage. History Society project - evaluating and paired writing to improve topic coverage of Scotland, Slavery and Black History on Wikipedia.
This online session is for any course leaders interested in learning more about Wikipedia Education assignments. The workshop showcases best practice derived from working with over a dozen course programmes at the University of Edinburgh over the last 4.5 years along with exemplars from other universities shown in our new booklet of Case Studies of Wikimedia in UK Education: 🤍 Demystifying the process behind such assignments, course leaders can find out more about how assignments can be conducted in their own field. Too often Wikipedia is framed as something to be avoided, to be "consumed at your peril". At the University of Edinburgh we flip this on its head, and see Wikipedia as learning technology, reimagining it away from something passively consumed to something our staff and students can positively contribute to, to improve global understanding on the most public of digital platforms as active engaged digital citizens, and gain a lot from the teaching & learning experience as a result. In a recent survey 97% of instructors have said they would teach with Wikipedia again while Wiki Education assignments have also been shown to improve student writing and the learning & teaching within the curriculum. Importantly, students are motivated to communicate their scholarship in a real-world application of teaching & learning for an audience of not just one, their tutor, but a worldwide audience of millions. Sharing knowledge, building understanding. For the common good. This workshop consists of practical advice including: Setting up a dashboard page to manage assignments. Identifying and creating a worklist of articles to create/edit. Contact Ewan McAndrew (Email: ewan.mcandrew🤍ed.ac.uk) or Wikimedia UK (Email: info🤍wikimedia.org.uk) if you'd like to know more.
Wikipedia celebrates its 18th birthday on January 15th 2019. To mark the occasion, the Wikimedia Library is calling on librarians all round the world to add one reference to Wikipedia between Jan 15th and Feb 5th 2019 because any citation to a reliable source is a benefit to Wikipedia readers worldwide. This video demonstrates where to find out about #1lib1ref, how to use the Citation Hunt tool to identify a random snippet on Wikipedia that needs a citation... and how to go about finding & adding a reliable source in order to change that citation needed to citation added! For more information on the #1lib1ref campaign please visit: 🤍
Wikimedian in Residence Ewan McAndrew discusses Wikipedia and gender equality at The University of Edinburgh. This webinar was recorded on Tuesday 23 May 2023. Original blog post announcement: 🤍
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The Wikimedian of the Year is awarded annually to honor one of our movement’s exceptional contributors. So who is the 2020 recipient? Join us LIVE on 15 October as we reveal and celebrate the 2020 Wikimedian of the Year. Guest speakers include Wikimedia Foundation CEO Katherine Maher, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, and this year’s Wikimedian of the Year! Learn more here: 🤍
How to edit Wikipedia in 30 mins - a new 2018 tutorial.
Dr Martin Poulter is the past Wikimedian In Residence at the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford, former Wikimedia Ambassador for Jisc, and promotes open education in the Economics Network based at the University of Bristol. “Your OERs will outlive you: Open Education in the long term” was the keynote address on Day 1 of Repository Fringe 2016 hosted by the University of Edinburgh on 1st & 2nd August 2016. This talk is about the seeming paradox of the long-term sustainability of educational resources which need continuous evolution to stay relevant. The preservation of the utility of educational content is more challenging than just preserving that content. I will defend a web-of-knowledge approach rather than an atomistic approach. In the increasing ubiquity of these webs of knowledge justifies optimism about the sustainability of open educational resources and communities.
Wikidata loves Galleries. Libraries, Archives & Museums Jason Evans, National Library of Wales at WikidataCon 2017 Abstract This talk will highlight ways that GLAM's of all sizes can utilize Wikidata to enrich their data, Provide detailed data for open images, publish Open Data and explore their collections in new ways. Glams can also use Wikidata to publish and explore their data in multiple languages. Wikidata also allows GLAM's to connect their collections together, creating a web of interconnected (linked) data. I will draw on my experience as a Wikimedian in Residence at The National Library of Wales, highlighting the challenges and successes of the project, including the appointment of the worlds first Wikidata Visiting Scholar and the way in which teams of volunteers were engaged in the project. Viewers will hear about successful GLAM - Wikidata collaborations which will give them the knowledge to advocate the use of Wikidata in GLAM's. They will better understand Wikidata from a GLAM's perspective; their expectations, needs and restrictions. They will understand the kind of tools and visualisations that GLAM's will need to share more data via Wikidata. They will learn about how to nurture and engage volunteer communities of all abilities with Wikidata projects. CC-BY-SA via Chaos Computer Club Original file: 🤍
This video demonstrates how to add citations and references to Wikipedia using the new Visual Editor interface.
Contributors include: Karoline Nanfeldt - 4th year Psychology undergraduate student. Tomas Sanders - 4th year History undergraduate student. Aine Kavanagh - Senior Hons. Reproductive Biology student. Ruth Jenkins - Academic Support Librarian at the University of Edinburgh Medical School. Dr. Jenni Garden - Christina Miller Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh's School of Chemistry. Dr. Michael Seery - Reader in Education at the University of Edinburgh's School of Chemistry.