Join us for a lunchtime seminar/workshop on researching Wikimedia as a Digital Platform. The session will include lightning talks of 5-10 minutes on current or future research projects, questions, ideas or issues followed by open discussion and input from colleagues and for developing new proposals or collaborations. Speakers may share a paper or concept at various stages of gestation.
Lunch will be provided.
This event is being hosted as a 2023 ADM+S Symposium Satellite event.
If you would like to provide a 5 minute lightning talk please email email@example.com with your name, organisation and a title by Monday 15 May 2023. Please indicate if you will participate in person (preferred) or online.
Heather Ford, Tamson Pietch (TBC), Michael Falk (UTS) - Wikihistories Project
Bunty Avieson (Media and Communications University of Sydney) - ‘Wiki-what? The ontology of Wikipedia’.
Frances Di Lauro (University of Sydney) - Does Wikipedia have a role in education?
Amanda Lawrence (ADM+S, RMIT University) - Public policy, publishing and reliable sources on WikipediaSpeaker to be confirmed (University of Canberra) - Wikipedia, misinformation and education
Location: The University of Sydney Law School Camperdown, NSW 2006 Australia
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25 June 2023