Hi Danielle,
Has this research project been reviewed by the Wikimedia Foundation's Research Committee? If not, I suggest that you contact them. More than one research project on Wikipedia has run into problems, so I think that consulting with RCom would be wise. You can find some info about RCom at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Committee


On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 12:38 PM, Danielle J McDonald <mcdona51@purdue.edu> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm currently conducting some research on self-identified women editors and their experiences on Wikipedia. I know that there have been a few studies on Wiki/GG swirling around lately, but there's still so much more that needs to be known about the experiences of Wiki women. This information is vital to making Wikipedia a more inclusive place!

If you are an editor who 1) self-identifies as a woman in Wikipedia, 2) has been actively editing for 3+ years, and 3) would be willing to be interviewed about your experiences, please consider participating. The interview would take place over Skype, phone, or email, and your involvement would be voluntary, confidential, and much appreciated! For more information or to participate in the study, please email Danielle at mcdona51@purdue.edu.

Warm regards,

Danielle Corple
Research Assistant, Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Brian Lamb School of Communication
Purdue University
Office: Beering 2167

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