As a reminder, this meeting will start in a little
over 24 hours. Hope to
see you there!
On Mon, Jun 7, 2021 at 12:15 PM LiAnna Davis <lianna(a)wikiedu.org> wrote:
The Wikipedia & Education User Group invites
you to attend our next Open
Meeting via Zoom on Thursday, June 24, from 4 pm UTC to 5:30 pm UTC (see
your time zone here: https://zonestamp.toolforge.org/1624550450
As usual for our Open Meetings, we will provide updates from the
Wikipedia & Education board, then leave most of the time for our guest
Our guest speakers this month will be Maxwell Beganim from Ghana, who
will talk about Kiwix in local secondary schools, and Rocío Aravena, from
Chile, who will talk about a course for school teachers she ran.
Our speakers' biographies:
* Maxwell Beganim is an Educator, Tech enthusiast, and Open Advocate. He
studied Biological Science and Masters in Education with focus on
Educational Technology and Higher Education. He is a Training Associate at
Open Foundation West Africa, Lead Trainer for SNV GrEEn Project in Ghana,
Virtual Tutor at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He
is also the Partnership Director for Green Stewardship International.
Maxwell also with passion in the Open Movement was crowned the ultimate
Winner of Founders Day Writing Contest as the most diverse writer and
contributor to the Open Movement.
* Rocío Aravena, in charge of Education and Digital Literacy of Wikimedia
Chile, History teacher (University of Chile) and Master in Research in
Education and Educational Change from the University of Barcelona, will
speak about the virtual course for school teachers “Wikipedia in the
classroom: tools for critical citizenship” that had place on April 2021.
We hope you can join us!
The meeting will be hosted via this link:
Meeting ID: 891 7495 9828
If you would like to be added to the Google Calendar invite, please send
me an email offlist.