Pete, how can one subscribe the Public Policy Newsletter?...I could not find in the PP wiki....and I think you subscribed me directly.
Carol, por favor, como posso subscrever essa newsleter? BeijoPS-Quando você sai de licença maternidade, já tem data definida?Em 6 de dezembro de 2010 20:39, Carolina Rossini <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
vcs ja viram essa newsletter?bjs---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Wikipedia Public Policy Initiative Update <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:12 AM
Subject: Sample syllabus, ReadWriteWeb coverage - a weekly newsletter from Wikipedia
To: Carolina Rossini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Welcome to the Public Policy Initiative Update -- a weekly newsletter from the Wikimedia Foundation. Someone from our staff has talked with you about our Public Policy Initiative to bring Wikipedia into higher education classrooms, and we wanted to keep you in the loop on all of our exciting activities. If you would prefer not to receive these messages, simply reply to the email and ask for your address to be removed.
New sample syllabus brochure available
Interested in a week-by-week breakdown of how professors might be able to incorporate Wikipedia assignments in their classes? Check out one of the newest Bookshelf materials -- the sample syllabus. Covering 12 weeks' worth of classes, the sample syllabus includes assignment suggestions, when Campus Ambassadors should be in the class, and key milestones students should have met at certain points in the semester, based on years of experience using Wikipedia as a teaching tool. Download your copy of the sample syllabus today.
ReadWriteWeb covers the Public Policy Initiative
Technology blog ReadWriteWeb's audience of early adopters learned about the work professors are doing to incorporate Wikipedia into their classroom with an article published last week. Read the article "College Credit for Improving Wikipedia - Just Don't Cite it in a Paper!"
"Evaluating Wikipedia Article Quality" available
Another new title is now available from the Bookshelf materials. "Evaluating Wikipedia Article Quality" is a brochure that gives an overview of how articles evolve and what to look for when determining whether an article is of high or poor quality -- in other words, a way for students to gain key media literacy skills. Professors are encouraged to share the guide with their students, whether or not they are using Wikipedia assignments. Download the PDF of Evaluating Wikipedia Article Quality.
More articles featured on Did You Know?
Public Policy Initiative participants have now been featured more than 20 times on the main page of Wikipedia in the Did You Know? section, designed to highlight the newest and most recently expanded articles. Recently featured articles are listed on the Trophy Case page.
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