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Wikipedia and Academic Libraries: A Global Project  (2021) 
edited by
Laurie M. Bridges, Raymond Pun, and Roberto A. Arteaga
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Wikipedia and Academic
Libraries


A Global Project


Edited by


Laurie M. Bridges, Raymond Pun,
and Roberto A. Arteaga


Maize Books
2021



Contents

Acknowledgments ~ xi

Introduction ~ 1


SECTION 1: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN THE CLASSROOM

Chapter 1: Library-Faculty Collaboration Using Wikipedia for Learning and Civic Engagement ~ 5
Jyldyz Bekbalaeva, Aisuluu Namasbek kyzy, Shirin Tumenbaeva, and Zhuzumkan Askhatbekova

Chapter 2: "Yeah, I Wrote That!": Incorporating Critical Information Literacy to Build Community Inside and Outside of Wikipedia ~ 18
Kristina M. De Voe and Adrienne Shaw

Chapter 3: Where History Meets Modern: An Overview of Academic Primary Source Research-Based Learning Programs Aggregating Special Collections and Wikimedia ~ 35
Odin Essers, Henrietta Hazen, and Nicolette Siep

Chapter 4: Learning Design to Embed Digital Citizenship Skills in the Undergraduate Classroom: A Collaboration among Instructor, Academic Librarian, and Wikipedian ~ 47
Crystal Fulton, Rebecca O’Neill, and Marta Bustillo

Chapter 5: Authentic Learning in Cultural Anthropology: Editing Wikipedia for Real-World Impact ~ 64
Jessica L. Lott and Jennifer L. Sullivan


SECTION 2: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Chapter 6: Do Black Wikipedians Matter? Confronting the Whiteness in Wikipedia with Archives and Libraries ~ 91
Kai Alexis Smith

Chapter 7: WP:Catégorie Is . . . Liaison Librarian Contribution to Local Québécois LGBTQ+ Content in Francophone Wikipedia ~ 106
Michael David Miller

Chapter 8: African Academic Libraries Partnering with Wikimedia Projects: Values and Benefits ~ 119
Adaora C. Obuezie and Millie N. Horsfall

Chapter 9: Engaging Student Employee Expertise to Improve Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons ~ 132
Brittany Paloma Fiedler, Maggie Bukowski, Chelsea Heinbach, Eduardo Martinez-Flores, and Rosan Mitola

Chapter 10: Crowdsourcing and Collaboration: Academic Libraries as Partners in NNLM’s #CiteNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons ~ 144
Kelsey Cowles, Ann Glusker, Aimee Gogan, Alicia Lillich, Margie Sheppard, Elaina Vitale, Liz Waltman, Tess Wilson, and Amanda J. Wilson

Chapter 11: Bibliowikis: The Volunteer-Driven, Catalan Case Study of Libraries as Hotspots for New Wikipedians and High-Quality Sources ~ 158
Francesc Xavier Dengra i Grau, Carme Fenoll i Clarabuch, Vicenç Allué Blanch, Francesc Fort i Silvestre, Francesc García Grimau, and Amparo Pons Cortell


SECTION 3: WIKIPEDIANS-IN-RESIDENCE

Chapter 12: Beyond the Wikipedian-in-Residence, or How to Keep the Flame Burning ~ 177
Silvia E. Gutiérrez De la Torre

Chapter 13: Changing the Way Stories Are Told: Engaging Staff and Students in Improving Wikipedia Content about Women in Scotland ~ 197
Ewan McAndrew

Chapter 14: Notes from the Field: Three Wikimedian-in-Residence Case Studies ~ 214
Erin O’Neil and Sarah Severson

Chapter 15: The Open Technology Specialist at the University of Toronto Libraries: A Comprehensive Approach to Wikimedia Projects in the Academic Library ~ 230
Jesse Carliner and Ji Yun Alex Jung


SECTION 4: WIKIPEDIA SISTER PROJECTS

Chapter 16: Hong Kong Literary Landscape: A MediaWiki for Literary Reading and Writing ~ 247
Leo F. H. Ma and L. M. Mak

Chapter 17: Structuring Bibliographic References: Taking the Journal Anais do Museu Paulista to Wikidata ~ 260
Éder Porto Ferreira Alves, Paul R. Burley, and João Alexandre Peschanski

Chapter 18: Wikisource as a Tool for OCR Transcription Correction: The National Library of Scotland’s Response to COVID-19 ~ 277
Gavin Willshaw

Chapter 19: Learning from Each Other: Reciprocity in Description between Wikipedians and Librarians ~ 287
Angela Yon and Eric Willey


Bookend: An OA Publishing Perspective, 2019–2021 ~ 301

List of Contributors ~ 309

Index ~ 323


This work is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license, which allows free use, distribution, and creation of derivatives, so long as the license is unchanged and clearly noted, and the original author is attributed.