Well, under the heading of “Enable equitable representation in global decision-making”, it
would be a good idea to repeat this session a couple of times to accommodate different
time zones. It’s hard to participate in global decision-making when it’s always held at
3am my time :(
From: Libraries [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of LiAnna Davis
Sent: Tuesday, 10 November 2020 9:12 AM
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<eduwiki(a)lists.wikimedia.org>rg>; Wikimedia & Libraries
Subject: [libraries] What the Movement Strategy means for the Education community
The Wikipedia & Education User Group invites you to our next Open Meeting, Tuesday,
December 1, at 17:00 UTC (check your time zone here:
). The focus of the meeting will be gathering
the Wikipedia & Education community's input on the Movement Strategy.
You may have already participated in a conversation with another community about the
strategy; please join our meeting anyway to discuss how the strategy particularly connects
to education work in our movement.
If you're not already familiar with the Movement Strategy, please review the
recommendations before the meeting:
Please come prepared to answer the following questions:
1. Think about the recommendations and the work you’re already doing. What are you working
on that is aligned with Movement Strategy?
2. Think about your needs and the work that you would like to be doing. Which
recommendations are important for your community’s future?
3. From the discussed recommendations, which actions and changes will make a difference
and respond to your needs?
4. To work on implementing these initiatives, what human capacity and/or financial
resources do you need?
5. In your opinion, which recommendation(s) require global coordination?
The meeting will take place via Zoom, here:
The passcode is: EduWiki
Hope to see you there!
The Wikipedia & Education User Group