Ets brown bag-wikipedia

530 views
484 views

Published on

Slides from a Wikipedia workshop at an ETS BrownBag

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
530
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Global Education Program Purpose:   an overview of the Global Education Program Timing: 3 minutes Facilitation Notes/Talking Points: The Wikipedia Ambassadors program - which you're now all a part of - is a crucial element of the Wikipedia Global Education Program. The core idea of the Global Education Program is to work with professors to incorporate Wikipedia-editing assignments into the class. To support these participating professors, Wikimedia provides a variety of resources, including brochures, instructional videos, and very importantly, Wikipedia Ambassadors - that's you folks! - who teach and mentor students on Wikipedia-editing, both in person and virtually.   Most of the classes you work with are not classes about Wikipedia. The Wikipedia assignments are only tools for supporting and achieving the learning objectives of the professor.  
  • Slide: Wikipedia Global Education Program Purpose:   an overview of the Global Education Program Timing: 3 minutes Facilitation Notes/Talking Points: Now we're expanding the program to all academic disciplines and more countries, including India and Canada! So you are part of a truly global and rapidly expanding movement.
  • A few numbers to start us off... * Wikipedia was created in January of 2001, so we're celebrating our 10th anniversary this year! * We used to be the 4th most popular website, but Facebook just edged us out a year ago. Google, MSN, and Yahoo are the other three. * Rest of numbers... then: * Today's training is one of nine that are happening this month across the United States. We're excited you're here to learn how to become a Campus Ambassador, and we look forward to working with you this term and in the future!
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Global Education Program Purpose:   an overview of the Global Education Program Timing: 3 minutes Facilitation Notes/Talking Points: Now we're expanding the program to all academic disciplines and more countries, including India and Canada! So you are part of a truly global and rapidly expanding movement.
  • Slide: Wikipedia Global Education Program Purpose:   an overview of the Global Education Program Timing: 3 minutes Facilitation Notes/Talking Points: Now we're expanding the program to all academic disciplines and more countries, including India and Canada! So you are part of a truly global and rapidly expanding movement.
  • Slide: Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Training Purpose: Title slide to open presentation (should be visible when learners enter the room)
  • Slide: Wikipedia Global Education Program Purpose:   an overview of the Global Education Program Timing: 3 minutes Facilitation Notes/Talking Points: Now we're expanding the program to all academic disciplines and more countries, including India and Canada! So you are part of a truly global and rapidly expanding movement.
  • Ets brown bag-wikipedia

    1. 2. Universities - Wikipedia = ?
    2. 3. <ul>Wikipedia - Universities = ? </ul>
    3. 4. <ul>Wikipedia + Universities = <3 </ul>
    4. 5. <ul>Wikipedia is made by volunteers, but supported by the Wikimedia Foundation </ul>
    5. 6. <ul>Wikipedia Global Education Program </ul><ul><ul><li>Core ideas:   </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Professors use Wikipedia as a tool for helping to teach their class content & achieve Learning Objectives
    6. 7. Professors incorporate Wikipedia-editing assignments into the class </li></ul></ul></ul><ul>Note: The class is not necessarily about Wikipedia. Wikipedia assignments serve as a tool to support course learning objectives. </ul>
    7. 8. <ul>Wikipedia Global Education Program </ul><ul><ul><li>Schools involved: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>U.S.: Harvard, Georgetown, Louisiana State U, NYU, Indiana U, University of San Francisco, UC Berkeley , UC San Francisco , Mills College, & many more
    8. 9. India: College of Engineering in Pune, Symbiosis Institute of Economics, & more
    9. 10. Canada: University of Toronto </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Pilot Phase &quot;Public Policy Initiative&quot; </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>20+ universities, approx. 50 classes, 800+ students
    10. 11. More than 8.8 million characters added to Wikipedia </li></ul></ul></ul>
    11. 12. <ul>10 years old        5th most popular website in the world     400 million unique visitors a month            15 billion pages     ~5% of the world's population                 270 languages </ul><ul>         80,000 editors 200+ Wikipedia Ambassadors </ul>
    12. 13. <ul>Wikipedia Campus Ambassadors </ul>
    13. 14. A Demonstration
    14. 15. <ul>Student Learning Outcomes </ul><ul><li>Media literacy
    15. 16. Critical thinking
    16. 17. Expository writing
    17. 18. Collaboration
    18. 19. Community of practice
    19. 20. Literature review
    20. 21. Citation
    21. 22. Online etiquette
    22. 23. Wikimarkup
    23. 24. Understanding copyrights
    24. 25. Practicing digital and online citizenship </li></ul>
    25. 26. <ul>Assessment & Grading </ul><ul><li>Student blogging
    26. 27. Reflective papers
    27. 28. Portfolio
    28. 29. Presentation (individual or group)
    29. 30. Peer reviews
    30. 31. Wikipedia quality assessment tools
    31. 32. Size of contribution
    32. 33. Article history
    33. 34. Student contribution history </li></ul>
    34. 35. What's Missing?
    35. 36. <ul>Notes & Links </ul><ul>Presentation Links: <li>Manypedia (languages): http://manypedia.com/
    36. 37. WikiTrust (firefox addon): http://www.wikitrust.net/ </li><ul><li>Wiki Trip: http://sonetlab.fbk.eu/wikitrip/ </li></ul><li>Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/
    37. 38. “ The Missing Wikipedians” by Heather Ford </li><ul><li>http://hblog.org/writing/the-missing-wikipedians/ </li></ul><li>Best Wikisym Articles, including by UC Berkeley professor Coye Cheshire </li><ul><li>http://www.wikisym.org/2011/09/21/best-paper-winners-for-wikisym-2011/ </li></ul><li>UC Berkeley Wikipedia Club: http://wikipediaclub.org/
    38. 39. Want to use Wikipedia in the classroom?
    39. 40. Education Portal on “Outreach” Wiki: </li><ul><li>http://outreach.wikimedia.org/wiki/Education/For_educators </li></ul><li>Materials: http://outreach.wikimedia.org/wiki/Bookshelf
    40. 41. UCB Campus Ambassadors: </li><ul><li>[email_address] , [email_address] </li></ul><li>Regional Ambassadors: [email_address] , [email_address] </li></ul>

    ×