Wikipedia and academic libraries : a global project / edited by Laurie M. Bridges, Raymond Pun, and Roberto A. Arteaga. (圖書, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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Wikipedia and academic libraries : a global project / edited by Laurie M. Bridges, Raymond Pun, and Roberto A. Arteaga.

作者: Laurie M Bridges; Raymond Pun; Roberto A Arteaga
出版商: [Ann Arbor, Michigan] : Maize Books, 2021.
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文件類型 圖書
所有的作者/貢獻者: Laurie M Bridges; Raymond Pun; Roberto A Arteaga
ISBN: 1607856700 9781607856702
OCLC系統控制編碼: 1152424747
描述: xi, 336 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
内容: Section 1. Practical applications in the classroom. Chapter 1. Library-faculty collaboration using Wikipedia for learning and civic engagement / Jyldyz Bekbalaeva, Aisuluu Namasbek kyzy, Shirin Tumenbaeva, and Zhuzumkan Askhatbekova --
Chapter 2. "Yeah, I wrote that!" : Incorporating critical information literacy to build community inside and outside of Wikipedia / Kristina M. De Voe and Adrienne Shaw --
Chapter 3. Where history meets modern: an overview of academic primary source research-based learning programs aggregating special collections and Wikimedia / Odin Essers, Henrietta Hazen, and Nicolette Siep --
Chapter 4. Learning design to embed digital citizenship skills in the undergraduate classroom: a collaboration among instructor, academic librarian and Wikipedian / Crystal Fulton, Rebecca O'Neill, and Marta Bustillo --
Chapter 5. Authentic learning in cultural anthropology: editing Wikipedia for real-world impact / Jessica L. Lott and Jennifer L. Sullivan --
Section 2. Practical applications outside the classroom. Chapter 6. Do black Wikipedians matter? Confronting the whiteness in Wikipedia with archives and libraries / Kai Alexis Smith --
Chapter 7. WP:Catégorie is --
liaison librarian contribution to local Québécois LGBTQ+ content in Francophone Wikipedia / Michael David Miller --
Chapter 8. African academic libraries partnering with Wikipedia projects: Values and benefits / Adaora C. Obuezie and Millie N. Horsfall --
Chapter 9. Engaging student employee expertise to improve Wikipedia edit-a-thons / Brittany Paloma Fiedler, Maggie Bukowski, Chelsea Heinbach, Eduardo Martinez-Flores, and Rosan Mitola --
Chapter 10. Crowdsourcing and collaboration: Academic libraries as partners in NNLM's #CiteNLM Wikipedia edit-a-thons / Kelsey Cowles, Ann Glusker, Aimee Gogan, Alicia Lillich, Margie Sheppard, Elain Vitale, Liz Waltman, Tess Wilson, and Amanda J. Wilson --
Chapter 11. Bibliowikis: the volunteer-driven, Catalan case study of libraries as hotspots for new Wikipedians and high-quality sources / Francesc Xavier Dengra i Grau, Carme Fenoll i Clarabuch, Vicenç Allué Blanch, Francesc Fort i Silvestre, Francesc Garía Grimau, and Amparo Pons Cortell --
Section 3. Wikipedians-in-residence. Chapter 12. Beyond the Wikipedian-in-residence, or how to keep the flame burning / Silvia E. Gutiérrez De la Torre --
Chapter 13. Changing the way stories are told: engaging staff and students in improving Wikipedia content about women in Scotland / Ewan McAndrew --
Chapter 14. Notes from the field: Three Wikipedian-in-residence case studies / Erin O'Neil and Sarah Severson --
Chapter 15. The open technology specialist at the University of Toronto Libraries: a comprehensive approach to Wikipedia projects in the academic library / Jesse Carliner and Ji Yun Alex Jung --
Section 4. Wikipedia sister projects. Chapter 16. Hong Kong literary landscape: a MediaWiki for literary reading and writing / Leo F.H. Ma and L.M. Mak --
Chapter 17. Structuring bibliographic references: Taking the journal Anais do Museu Paulista to Wikidata / Éder Porto Ferreira Alves, Paul R. Burley, and João Alexandre Peschanski --
Chapter 18. Wikisource as a tool for OCR transcription correction : The National Library of Scotland's response to COVID-19 / Gavin Willshaw --
Chapter 19. Learning from each other: reciprocity in description between Wikipedians and librarians / Angela Yon and Eric Willey --
Bookend: an OA publishing perspective, 2019-2021.

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