[Foundation-l] WikProject Classroom coordination
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Wed Aug 8 17:20:48 UTC 2007
This would be useful for a number of projects. It would be useful to have
this sort of list from smaller countries as well.
We could use a system for collaboratively building structured datasets
such as these around Wikimedia projects... perhaps the Open Library folks
can help in this regard. (would any of the semwiki projects scale to
querying millions of records?)
On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Debbie Garside wrote:
> Hi Durova
> I have a list of 23,101 UK schools. I am not sure how good it is or how
> many are primary/secondary/colleges/unis but I do know that 17,000+ have
> email addresses. If this would be of interest let me know.
> Best regards
> Debbie Garside
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>> [mailto:foundation-l-bounces at lists.wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Durova
>> Sent: 05 August 2007 21:18
>> To: foundation-l at lists.wikimedia.org
>> Subject: [Foundation-l] WikProject Classroom coordination
>> With fall semester coming up, now is a good time to let
>> educators know about one of our resources.
>> This project aims to help professors and teachers who
>> incorporate Wikipedia editing assignments into their
>> curricula. Instead of (or as an adjunct to) regular student
>> term papers, students would make cited improvements to
>> Wikipedia articles.
>> How does the Foundation usually get the word out about
>> something like this?
>> I think the *Chronicle of Higher Education* would be
>> interested in running a notice if they were informed about
>> the project. Should I get in touch with them, or are there
>> others who have contacts already?
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