Interested in any of the following?
- learning about how educators can use Wikipedia
- helping to organize and/or promote a Wikipedia event
- organizing and/or promoting an edit-a-thon on campus
If so, please contact Kristen Treglia (email@example.com) for more information!
Calendar, Agendas, and Meeting Notes
This calendar shares local NYC Wikipedia events as well as events hosted at Fordham.
Once you log in, you’ll be able to review the online orientation for new instructors. If you think you’d like to try and draft a course page for a future course, you’ll need to first do the orientation, and then use the online assignment design wizard to create your course page. By clicking “explore” in the upper left hand corner you can review current and past course pages of courses we have supported. dashboard.wikiedu.org to get started!
You’ll be able to see the number of courses, students, article views and more for the courses with a Wikipedia Assignment
You’ll be able to see data from the Wikipedia events at Fordham
Learn more about how Wikipedia is working to improve science content. They are specifically working to impact the coverage of women in science and there is also an online portal for information about future edit-a-thons and monthly themes. Take a look!
Learn about how institutions are partnering with experienced Wikipedian’s to deepen the coverage of academic topics on Wikipedia.
- Science Students Are Writing Wikipedia Articles Instead of Term Papers
- Why Wikipedia Matters for Women in Science
- The Dos and Don’ts of Wikipedia Editing in the Undergraduate Psychology Classroom
- Orientation for Educators (Online Instruction Modules)
- Instructor Basics: How to use Wikipedia as a teaching tool (PDF)
- Case Studies: How instructors are teaching with Wikipedia (PDF)
- Theories: Wikipedia and the production of knowledge (PDF)
- Year of Science
- Editing Wikipedia Articles on Psychology (PDF)
Flip through Kristen’s Flipboard on Wikipedia
for the latest articles and blog posts about Wikipedia
Contact Info for More Information
- Samantha Weald, Outreach Manager for Wiki Education Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org, @WikiEducation, wikiedu.org
- Kristen Treglia, Senior Instructional Technologist for Instructional Technology Academic Computing at Fordham University, email@example.com, @kris10_
- Breakout session at Faculty Technology Day 5/23/18: Writing for the World Using Wikipedia (slides). Presenters: Samantha Weald (Outreach Manager Wiki Education), Kristen Treglia (Senior Instructional Technologist for Fordham IT), Dr. Carla Romney (Associate Dean for STEM and Pre-Health Education), Dr. Harold Takooshian (Professor of Psychology).
- Keynote at Faculty Technology Day 5/22/17: Wikipedia-Based Project Learning. Presented by Samantha Weald from the Wiki Education Foundation. See also the Wiki Education Foundation blog post written by Samantha.
- Writing for Wikipedia 10/26/16 at Lincoln Center. Organized by Kristen Treglia (Senior Instructional Technologist) with presentations by Sandry Turner (Fordham Institute for Women and Girls), Samantha Weald (Outreach Manager for the Wiki Education Foundation), and Lane Rasberry (Wikipedian in Residence at Consumer Reports). See also Fordham IT News Blog Post written by Kristen
- How Educators Can Incorporate Wiki Tools to Inspire Learning? 8/30/16 at the New Faculty Technology Orientation and Reception at Rose Hill, Fordham University. Organized by Kristen Treglia and presented by Samantha Erickson from the Wiki Education Foundation.
- Wikipedia Editing Presentation, 3/10/2016 at Lincoln Center, Fordham University. Organized by Harold Takooshian and presented by Lane Rasberry (user:bluerasberry)