TaPRA Wikipedia Workshop March 2014
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About the event[edit | edit source]
Following up on the successful workshop for TaPRA members in February this event is being co-hosted by HATII at the University of Glasgow to provide a further training opportunity for new Wikipedians.
- How do I prepare?
- Refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
There are 19 workstations in the room and Eduroam wifi is freely available for participants who prefer to bring their own laptop.
Attendees[edit | edit source]
- User:Sharon McMeekin
Agenda[edit | edit source]
The day will be divided into two parts:
PART 1 (10am - 12:30pm): An introductory session about Wikipedia and sharing knowledge on the Internet. This will be followed by a practical session of Basic Wikipedia training.
- Lunch break
PART 2 (1pm - 4pm): An exploration of ways to contribute to Wikimedia other than by writing encyclopedia articles (e.g. sharing images; rendering structure data in visual form; giving research a suitable license). This part of the workshop includes a Q&A and more hands‐on Wikipedia editing, which will essentially lead into an editathon of pages relevant to the participants.
See also: Referencing Guide
Trainers[edit | edit source]
Outcome[edit | edit source]
Articles created[edit | edit source]
Articles improved[edit | edit source]
Future opportunities[edit | edit source]
Contact was made with Laura Molloy at HATII who was interested in the possibility of future WMUK collaborations and events.