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Advocacy, Community and Information Literacy: Using Wikipedia - Shared screen with speaker view
Adam Mizelle
16:48
Can’t seem to find the link in my chat box
Alice, Therese, Kristan, Emily
17:10
pollev.com/ttriumph
Adam Mizelle
17:12
Thanks
Alice, Therese, Kristan, Emily
17:24
https://pollev.com/ttriumph
toverduin
56:19
Do you have any recommendations on how to find other "wikipidians"? I live in an area where I doubt there are any wikipedians withinn a 2 hour drive
Adam Mizelle
56:37
Can you talk more about the need for pre-registration re IP addresses and tools to work around the limit?
Jackie Cason
56:41
You mentioned having article ideas ready for the event. In addition to ideas, would you pre-select some source materials to begin with?
Anaya Jones
57:08
Have you heard of any online "wikipedia-edit-a-thons"? We have a large online student body and see potential to community build with similar events. Thoughts?
Laurie Bridges
57:15
Another shoutout to AfroCROWD, we also don’t have Wikipedia Experts, and AfroCROWD really did all the work for us, because it was our first time hosting an editathon. Partnering with AfroCROWD was the best decision we made.
Jackie Cason
57:15
I see a handout for biographies, a template for starters. What kinds of tools are available for different types of articles to offer newbies a framework?
Adam Mizelle
57:57
“Mal Hombre” - Mendoza, right?
Jackie Cason
58:55
I’m still trying to understand better the line between encyclopedic articles and original work like interviews and profiles and other sources of information. Can you say more about navigating that space and helping contributors stay in bounds for wikipedia but also how much room there is for including primary source materials and original work.
Laurie Bridges
59:04
We created a lib guide for ours, if you want to look @Jackie Carson: bit.ly/WikiEditOSU
Alice, Therese, Kristan, Emily
59:05
Lydia Mendoza
Laurie Bridges
59:28
Sorry, wrong, tinyurl.com/WikiEditOSU
Adam Mizelle
59:30
Sweet
Jackie Cason
01:01:42
“Summary of existing knowledge on a topic” I like that phrasing
Jackie Cason
01:02:07
citation hunt—great idea.
plm
01:02:33
https://tools.wmflabs.org/citationhunt/en?id=13253a6e
Jackie Cason
01:03:37
Thank you Laura for the lib guide link. I cannot access the OSU guide without a log in however.
Samantha
01:04:26
Laurie, can I email you to hear more about your partnership with AfroCROWD?
Jackie Cason
01:05:36
How much time is a reasonable expectation for organizing and promoting and hosting an event?
Laurie Bridges
01:06:07
Sorry the link didn’t work, hopefully this helps: https://guides.library.oregonstate.edu/c.php?g=894279
Laurie Bridges
01:06:15
Yes, anyone can contact me: Laurie.Bridges@oregonstate.edu
Jackie Cason
01:13:22
This was excellent and helpful. Thank you!!!
Laurie Bridges
01:13:40
Ours was not aimed at faculty, nonetheless, 80% of attendees were faculty (out of 27).
plm
01:15:51
excellent. Thanks!
Anaya Jones
01:16:45
Have you heard of any online "wikipedia-edit-a-thons"? We have a large online student body and see potential to community build with similar events. Thoughts?
Jackie Cason
01:17:45
Can you put the evaluation link in the chat box. I see it on the screen but can’t copy or click to open.
Ninah Moore
01:19:41
yes, it will be included in the email with the slides and recording
Anaya Jones
01:20:03
Good ideas, thanks!
Laurie Bridges
01:20:10
Thank you!