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Wikimedia Toolkit

Guide to support using Wikimedia projects in teaching and coursework.

Survey

Grant Information

Project Term:

Summer 2020-Fall 2021

Abstract:

Wikimedians at NYU: Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Community of Practice curricular development project seeks to understand how Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects are being used across NYU’s classrooms and to expand the Division of Libraries’ support of this activity.  Building on the Division’s established Wikimedians at NYU Community of Practice, the PIs will administer a survey to NYU faculty across the campuses to assess the curricular use of Wikimedia.  The results of the survey will be used to develop library programming in New York and Shanghai, grow the community of practice beyond the Division of Libraries, and to build a curricular toolkit to support Wikimedia activities at NYU.

Principal Investigators

Lauren Kehoe

Accessibility & Accommodations Librarian, Library Faculty
Division of Libraries - Bobst Library
lsk221@nyu.edu

Alexandra Provo

Metadata Librarian, Library Faculty
Division of Libraries - Bobst Library
ap180@nyu.edu

Lori Salmon

Head, Institute of Fine Arts Library, Library Faculty
Division of Libraries - Institute of Fine Arts Library
lls5@nyu.edu 

Jennifer Stubbs

Reference and Research Services Librarian for Social Sciences and Economics
Division of Libraries - NYU Shanghai Library
jas58@nyu.edu

Kimberly Tarr

Head, Media Preservation Unit
Division of Libraries - Bobst Library
kimberlytarr@nyu.edu

Wiki Graduate Student Specialist

Sai Guo 郭赛

Music Education, NYU Steinhardt
Advance Certificate, Professional Studies in Music
Post-Master's Study