Wikimedia UK invites you to its second annual *EduWiki Conference being
held on 1st-2nd November 2013 in Cardiff Bay, UK*. This two-day event will
be looking at Wikipedia and related projects in terms of educational
practice including open content and global participation. It's a chance to
find out more about this, talk about innovative work in your institution or
online community, and shape the future of Wikimedia UK's exciting work in
The conference will be of interest to students, teachers, educators,
scholarly society members, contributors to Wikipedia and other open
We will explore the ways in which these projects can support innovative
education, and discuss the Wikipedia Education Program (in which university
students improve Wikipedia articles for course credit). We will learn from
universities around the UK where aspects of the programme are already
embedded, exploring the educational opportunities and drawing lessons from
the experience so far.
*For further details please visit http://bit.ly/eduwiki2013
or register now
We are able to offer a reduced conference fee of £30 to staff at
educational institutions, as well as active Wikimedians. A day rate of £20
is also available. This fee covers lunch and daytime refreshments.
We hope you can join us in our efforts to continue building promising
partnerships between Wikimedia and the Education sector.
Dr Toni Sant - Education Organiser, Wikimedia UK
toni.sant(a)wikimedia.org.uk +44 (0)7885 980 536
Wikimedia UK is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and
Wales, Registered No. 6741827. Registered Charity No.1144513. Registered
Office 4th Floor, Development House, 56-64 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT.
United Kingdom. Wikimedia UK is the UK chapter of a global Wikimedia
movement. The Wikimedia projects are run by the Wikimedia Foundation (who
operate Wikipedia, amongst other projects).
*Wikimedia UK is an independent non-profit charity with no legal control
over Wikipedia nor responsibility for its contents.*