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    Wikipedia in the Library   Wikimania Hong Kong Wikipedia in the Library Wikimania Hong Kong Presentation Transcript

    • Wikipedia in the Library Tools for Researchers Andrew Gray Wikipedian in Residence, British Library @generalising // andrew@generalist.org.uk Wikimania 2013, Hong Kong
    • Project ● Funded by AHRC (UK Research Council) ● Focus on arts & humanities academics ● Research projects working with Wikipedia
    • Activities ● “Traditional” GLAM work at the Library ● Skills program – workshops for 400 people ● Project-specific sessions
    • Project outcomes ● Report ● Case studies & podcasts ● Guidance for projects
    • Defining collaborations ● Contextualisation ● Capturing research ● Content dissemination ● Exposing resources ● Student projects
    • Case study – Dunhuang ● International Dunhuang Project ● Silk Road archaeology ● Focus on context ● Editing events: – Wikipedia volunteers – Staff participation – Student groups (UCL, SOAS)
    • Case study – Canada ● Canadian Copyright Collection ● Preparation involved detailed research ● Community involvement in identification ● ...including local users ● All fed back into existing catalogues
    • Picturing Canada [[ Commons:Picturing Canada]]
    • Case study – Darwin ● Darwin Correspondence Project ● Index of all correspondents ● Short biographies of scientists ● Capture this work ● ...and turn it into Wikipedia articles ● Public women-in-science event
    • Capturing research (II) ● Very valuable outcome ● Little “cost” to project ● Collaborative work ● Basis for future development ● And not just Wikipedia...
    • Guidance [[WP:AHRC]] ● Informal – aimed at researchers – General principles – First steps – Examples & case studies – Enwiki focus; outlines sister projects ● Identify & avoid common problems early
    • Any questions? http://enwp.org/WP:AHRC - guidance http://enwp.org/WP:GLAM/BL - project @generalising // andrew@generalist.org.uk