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A Roundtable on Creating Meaningful Wikipedia Projects (Hosted Online via Zoom) In-Person

The English language Wikipedia has over 6 million articles and your students can help make sure that subjects related to historically marginalized and underrepresented populations, regions, and topic areas are up-to-date, reliable, and equitable. Students can learn how to edit and share research that is free and open to the public and develop critical thinking, writing, and literacy skills. Join Temple University librarian Kristina De Voe, faculty member Matt Hall, and Andres Vera from WikiEducation to learn how to create meaningful Wikipedia assignments with your students.

Guest Facilitators: Kristina DeVoe, Librarian III, Charles Library: Matt Hall, Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, CPH; Andres Vera, Equity Outreach Coordinator, WikiEducation

The CAT will share a Zoom link with registered participants via email one hour prior to the session.

Date:
Friday, March 24, 2023
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Hosted Online via Zoom
Campus:
Hosted Online
Categories:
  Virtual Teaching & Pedagogy Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 23 seats available.