You’re teaching with Wikipedia; you’re thinking about teaching with Wikipedia – either way, here’s a list of useful resources. Is there something that you’ve found particularly helpful that I should add here? Let me know and I’ll get it up ASAP.
- Wikipedia’s “Welcome to Wikipedia,” School and University Projects page, “How to Use Wikipedia as a Teaching Tool,” “Education Case Studies,” and “Education Program Handouts.”
- Information on Wikipedia’s “Neutral Point of View” and verifiability and citation standards.
- My own post on skipping the review process (which is aimed at other audiences).
- Adrianne Wadewitz’s Intro to Wikipedia video (1 hour, wonderful, shot at Pitzer College)
- Adrianne Wadewitz, Anne Ellen Geller, Jon Beasley-Murray essay “Wiki-hacking: Opening up the academy with Wikipedia”
- Liz Losh’s interview of Adrianne Wadewitz on effective teaching with Wikipedia and Losh’s example “warm up” assignment.
- Indiana University Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning’s “Teaching with Wikipedia”
- If you’re planning to do a “edit-a-thon” rather than or as part of a class, the following resources are available:
Wikipedia’s “How to run an edit-a-thon”
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