Ah. Interesting. Apologies, I didn't know the two
Education programs were
different. Thanks for explaining this.
It's all very interesting. Thank you so much for sharing!
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On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 12:16 PM, Shani <shani.even(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I was referring to the Wikipedia Education Program (the global one), and
specifically the Collab, a group of WikiEDU leaders from around the world,
*not* the Wiki Education Foundation (which is basically the US education
program). It's very confusing, I know! :)
In any case, our efforts focus exactly on what you've described -- we've
noticed that different parties seem to work on the same thing and are doing
what we can to create global awareness and open up a dialogue about it, so
we can learn from each other's efforts, as well as come up with a
successful "recipe" for those who want to start one.
On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 6:48 PM, Brill Lyle <wp.brilllyle(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am curious about the overlap -- if any --
between the WikiMOOC
initiatives and WikiEdu. It seems like these are inter-related
that duplicate efforts to some degree? I
understand WikiEdu is focused on
North America, so maybe that answers the question, but it sounds very
frustrating that these efforts are not more connected somehow. The
Dashboard is very cool!
I am also wondering about user metrics, and how they were measured.
Apologies, I clicked through many of the original links but didn't see
information quickly / easily.
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