Hi everybody,

is there some room for this in the Outreach-plattform?
Or: have you linked it already?

We have worked out some Material with a partner called klicksafe for teachers. But it is not elearning in the common sense:
They will do adittional printmaterial next year.

Actally there is some action inthe p2pu- universe from creative commons called "school of open", unfortunately not in German.
Activities are listed here: https://p2pu.org/en/search/?q=wikipedia

I would love to find a way to adress more people even though the german teachers seem to be stuck in moodle.
So Juliana, i would love to have access to your course.

So far this are all just ideas, but I am open to hear more about other initiatives.


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Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2012 09:16:31 -0200
From: Juliana Bastos Marques <domusaurea@gmail.com>
To: Wikimedia Education <education@lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: Re: [Wikimedia Education] WP and Moodle
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I think I found out where to set access to visitors on my Moodle page. It
seems I just need the name and email address. Please let me know if there's
anyone interested.


On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 8:43 AM, Daria Cybulska <
daria.cybulska@wikimedia.org.uk> wrote:

> Hi Juliana,
> Very interesting question! Wikimedia UK has been setting up a 'Virtual
> Learning Environment' to support its training programme. It's in the
> development stage at the moment, but if you want to find out more you could
> contact Charles Matthews who is leading on this:
> "Charles Matthews" <charles.r.matthews@ntlworld.com>.
> Best wishes,
> Daria
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> On 5 November 2012 01:13, Alhen <alhen.wiki@gmail.com> wrote:
>> English comes after this paragraph.
>> ?C?mo est?n?. Asumo que ambas pueden hablar en espa?ol. As? que pongo el
>> mensaje en ambos idiomas.
>> Juliana, me encantar?a trabajar contigo como ayudante online para el
>> curso. No s? si tienes ya un wikipedista que te ayude, pero me parece
>> interesante poder colaborar en esta plataforma.
>> Lila, me gustar?a ser los ojos curiosos para ver c?mo le hicieron para
>> poder sacar el curso adelante. Siempre es bueno aprender de las iniciativas
>> de otros.
>> Hello there. I assume you both speak Spanish, I'm writing the same
>> message in both languages.
>> Juliana, I'd love to work with you as a helper. I wonder if you already
>> have a wikipedian for that task. I think it's it could be great to get a
>> course going using moodle.
>>  Lila. I want to see how that course of yours went. If you can, send me a
>> guess invite, please. I can learn from you and your experience.
>> Alhen
>> @alhen_
>> alhen at wikipedia, wikihow, wikispaces, and most places.
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>> 2012/11/4 Juliana Bastos Marques <domusaurea@gmail.com>
>>> Thanks for your reply, Lila!
>>> Could you tell us a little more about your courses? You mentioned they
>>> are offered for the community - meaning outside the university? Are your
>>> students undergrads/grads, any other group in particular? You mentioned
>>> teachers - what sort? I'm very interested in setting up a course focused on
>>> teachers, I haven't done that before. I'd like to offer a 4-day workshop
>>> for History professors on our next national symposium, but this would be
>>> new to me. I just offered a regular undergrad course, an open extension
>>> course and 4h workhops.
>>> I'd very much like to see your material, if I can! I have to find out
>>> how to set the guests option for my page... I'd love to hear everyone's
>>> feedback for what I've been doing there.
>>> Juliana.
>>> On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 7:04 PM, Lila Pagola <lilapagola@gmail.com>wrote:
>>>> 2012/11/2 Juliana Bastos Marques <domusaurea@gmail.com>:
>>>> > Hi all! Too bad to see this list being so quiet, as I'd love to hear
>>>> from
>>>> > other professors and find out what you're doing in your classes. Many
>>>> > discussions take place on the WP talk pages, but it's hard to keep
>>>> track of
>>>> > everything there!
>>>> >
>>>> > At the end of the month I'l be starting an undergraduate course in
>>>> which
>>>> > I'll use both Wikipedia and Moodle. For Wikipedia, the usual:
>>>> articles,
>>>> > userpages, talk, sandboxes etc. I'll use Moodle for forum discussions,
>>>> > assignments and extra reading/media material. This is part of an
>>>> > experimental initiative in Brazilian public universities to create
>>>> working
>>>> > models for the merging of traditional and distance learning classes,
>>>> and
>>>> > I'll be the first one to do this together with our well-known
>>>> Wikipedia
>>>> > Education Project.
>>>> >
>>>> > My point is, I'd like to know whether any of you here or someone you
>>>> know
>>>> > has used Moodle to support a course with Wikipedia assignments. I'll
>>>> be
>>>> > happy to hear about such experiences. And I'll share mine when I have
>>>> them,
>>>> > of course.
>>>> Hi Juliana, and everyone in this list,
>>>> I have been using moodle to support 2 short courses on Wikipedia
>>>> editing, courses offered from university to community, in specific
>>>> topics (gender topics) or for specific people (teachers).
>>>> In both experiences, moodle has resulted a great tool for following
>>>> the activities during the course and specially after the course, while
>>>> people was doing the final assignment, using forum for questions and
>>>> reporting experiences and problems (deleting contributions is a big
>>>> issue with new users nowadays).
>>>> Also, of course a useful repository for reference materials used
>>>> during the course (edition guide, our booklet "Wikipedia en el aula",
>>>> studies on gender gap, and so on).
>>>> Unfortunately, moodle campus of my university doesn't allow guests,
>>>> but if someone is interested on visiting the virtual course, I can
>>>> send a user/pass by private email.
>>>> Saludos,
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