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Pitfalls, Protocols, and Prior Planning: a Panel on Making the Most of the Wikipedia Education Program

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Pitfalls, Protocols, and Prior Planning: a Panel on Making the Most of the Wikipedia Education Program

  1. 1. Pitfalls, Protocols and Prior Planning: a Panel on Making the Most of the Wikipedia Education Program Anna Koval Wikimania 2015 Mexico City, Mexico
  2. 2. Argentina: Melina Masnatta Armenia: Susanna Mkrtchyan Bulgaria: Vassia Atanassova China: Addis Wang Egypt: Walaa Abdel Manaem Estonia: Sven-Erik Soosaar Greece: Konstantinos Stampoulis India: Netha Hussain Israel: Michal Lester Macedonia: Cvetko Nedelkovski Mexico: Paola Ricaurte Serbia: Filip Maljković Sweden: Sara Mörtsell Tunisia: Habib M'henni Ukraine: Vira Motorko Uruguay: Roxana Sordo Contributors
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  5. 5. +pitfalls protocols
  6. 6. pit·fall (noun) Etymology ● pit + fall ● pit = a hole in the ground. fall = to drop, descend, or move downwards. Pronunciation ● UK: pĭtʹfôl /ˈpɪʔfɔːl/ ● US: pĭtʹfäl /ˈpɪʔfɑl/ Definition ● a potential problem, hazard, or danger that is easily encountered but not immediately obvious ● a type of trap or concealed hole in the ground: victims fall into the hole and are unable to escape Source: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/pitfall
  7. 7. pro·to·col (noun) Etymology ● Middle French protocolle, protocole (“document, record”) ● Late Latin protocollum (“the first sheet of a volume (on which contents and errata were written)”) ● Byzantine Greek πρωτόκολλον (“first sheet glued onto a manuscript”), from πρῶτος (prôtos, “first”) + κόλλα (kólla, “glue”) Pronunciation ● UK: pĭtʹfôl /ˈpɪʔfɔːl/ ● US: pĭtʹfäl /ˈpɪʔfɑl/ Definition ● a set of formal rules or instructions; official formulas or guidelines ● notes of observations made during an experiment; also, the precise method for carrying out or reproducing a given experiment Source: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/protocol
  8. 8. ≠protocols pitfalls
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  10. 10. ≠:) :(
  11. 11. advice from 16 programs education.wikimedia.org
  12. 12. 16 Countries
  13. 13. 71 Years
  14. 14. 12,575 Students
  15. 15. 1,707 Teachers
  16. 16. 178 Volunteers
  17. 17. 106 Cities
  18. 18. 70 Universities
  19. 19. 122 Secondary Schools
  20. 20. 21 Primary Schools
  21. 21. 5 Adult Schools
  22. 22. 12 Wikimedia Projects
  23. 23. Wikipedia Wiktionary Wikinews Wikisource Wikiversity Commons
  24. 24. 21 Languages
  25. 25. Arabic Armenian Bulgarian Chinese English Estonian French German Greek Hebrew Italian Japanese Korean Macedonian Malayalam Serbian Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Võro
  26. 26. but wait, there's more! :)
  27. 27. 87,838+ articles created! 1,533+ articles translated! 925+ articles improved! 4,528+ files uploaded! 282,539,283+ bytes added!! ❤ education.wikimedia.org ❤
  28. 28. but wait, there's more! :)
  29. 29. ARGENTINA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  30. 30. ARMENIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  31. 31. BULGARIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  32. 32. CHINA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  33. 33. EGYPT [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  34. 34. ESTONIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  35. 35. GREECE [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  36. 36. INDIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  37. 37. ISRAEL [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  38. 38. MACEDONIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  39. 39. MEXICO [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  40. 40. SERBIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  41. 41. SWEDEN [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  42. 42. TUNISIA [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  43. 43. UKRAINE [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  44. 44. URUGUAY [[program metrics]] [[pitfalls & protocols]]
  45. 45. but wait, there's more! :)
  46. 46. [[Session Etherpad]]
  47. 47. [[Session Sandbox]]
  48. 48. [[Education Toolkit]]
  49. 49. VASSIA ATANASSOVA [[Wiki Educator's Survival Kit]]
  50. 50. LIANNA DAVIS [[The 7 Biggest Mistakes the Wikipedia Education Program's Made -- and What We've Learned From Them]]
  51. 51. but wait, there's more! :)
  52. 52. Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance 7 Ps:
  53. 53. {{citation needed}}
  54. 54. Images: ● Slide 3: This file, Wikimedia Foundation RGB logo with text is an official logo of the Wikimedia Foundation and its use is subject to the Wikimedia trademark policy and visual identity guidelines. ● Slide 3: This file, Wikipedia-logo-v2-en is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. This file, is an official logo of the Wikimedia Foundation and its use is subject to the Wikimedia trademark policy and visual identity guidelines. ● Slide 4: This file, Facepalm (7839341408), by Tim Green, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. ● Slide 4: This file, Paris Tuileries Garden Facepalm statue, by Alex E. Proimos, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. ● Slide 11: This file, Current Surgical Guidelines, by Abdullah Jibawi, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. ● Slide 11: This file, Nicht herunterfallen, by Gerbil, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. ● Slide 13: This map is a Google Map chart. ● Slide 14: These files, Wikipedia belongs in education stickers, by Tflanagan (WMF), are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. ● Slides 58-61: This file, WikipediaEduBarRight, by David Peters of EXBROOK for the Wikimedia Foundation, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. ● Slide 62: This file, Happy Kits! (7537056436), by USFWS Mountain-Prairie, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.
  55. 55. The Merriweather font, by Eben Sorkin, is available under the SIL Open Font License, 1.1, via Google Fonts. See: http://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Merriweather Font:
  56. 56. The content contained in this publication is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License v3.0 unless otherwise stated. See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Slides:
  57. 57. The Wikimedia logos and wordmarks are registered trademarks of the Wikimedia Foundation. Use of these marks is subject to the Wikimedia trademark policy and may require permission. See: https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Trademark_policy Logos and wordmarks:
  58. 58. Any questions? Thanks!

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