Not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for, but Case Study 10 in this
booklet might be of interest?
There's some additional information in a blog here:
WMUK's blog, and also here:
on the National Library of Wales' website.
All the best,
Scotland Programme Coordinator
On Wed, 20 Oct 2021 at 13:53, GLAM GLAM <glam(a)uni.st> wrote:
By the way I know of
On 10/16/21, GLAM GLAM <glam(a)uni.st> wrote:
Anyone expereinced in working as librarian and wikipedian with
elementary school teachers and pupils? How does it benefit your work?
What is a good resource to check for working on open content with
these target groups?
Thank you for any tips and tricks, pointers and leads!
Best Z. Blace
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