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Community Engagement Insights 2016-17 Report

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Goal 1 - Improving new editor engagementEdit

Question 301 (ED16)Edit

In which country do you currently reside? (Optional)


Median = 13

1 – Central America (1%)
2 – Caribbean (0%)
3 – Central Asia (0%)
4 – Eastern Africa (2%)
5 – Eastern Asia (1%)
6 – Eastern Europe (16%)
7 – Middle Africa (0%)
8 – Northern Africa (4%)
9 – North America (19%)
10 – Oceania (0%)
11 – Southern Africa (0%)
12 – South America (7%)
13 – South-Eastern Asia (3%)
14 – Western Africa (3%)
15 – Western Asia (8%)
16 – Western Europe (27%)
17 – Central Africa (10%)


Question 302 (ED15)Edit

Which of the following best describes how you think of yourself? (optional)


Median = 0

1% selected "Prefer not to say" [?]


1 – Female (24%)
2 – Male (75%)
3 – 3 (1%)
24% of program leaders who participated in this survey reported that they think of themselves as females while 75% reported that they think of themselves as males.


Question 303 (ED17)Edit

What is your age range? (optional)


Median = 3

1 – Female (0%)
2 – 16-24 (8%)
3 – 25-34 (43%)
4 – 35-44 (30%)
5 – 45-54 (10%)
6 – 55-64 (7%)


Question listEdit


Goal 2 - Improving community healthEdit

Question 304 (Q314)Edit

Over the last 12 months, which of the following types of offline Wikimedia events have you attended? Select all that apply.

Participants could select more than one option

0% did not select an option [?]


1 – Local meetups (90%)
2 – Regional hackathon (17%)
3 – Regional conferences (60%)
4 – International hackathon (15%)
5 – International conferences (65%)
From the program leaders who participated in this qestion, 90% reported participating in local meetups, 17% in reginal hackathons, 60% in regional conferences, 15% in international hackathons and 65% in international conferences.


Question 305 (CE16)Edit

Have you ever felt unsafe in any Wikimedia online or offline space, including being harassed, bullied, attacked, etc.?


Mean = 0.35

1 – No (65%)
2 – Yes (35%)
35% of program leaders who participated in this question reported having ever felt unsafe in any Wikimedia online or offline space, including being harassed, bullied, attacked, etc.


Question 306 (AL02)Edit

In what year did you begin contributing to the Wikimedia movement or its projects?


Median = 8

1 – 2001 (0.6%)
2 – 2002 (2%)
3 – 2003 (2%)
4 – 2004 (8%)
5 – 2005 (11%)
6 – 2006 (14%)
7 – 2007 (8%)
8 – 2008 (10%)
9 – 2009 (7%)
10 – 2010 (8%)
11 – 2011 (5%)
12 – 2012 (6%)
13 – 2013 (7%)
14 – 2014 (8%)
15 – 2015 (2%)
16 – 2016 (1%)


Question listEdit


Goal 3 - Improving collaboration and communications between the Foundation and communitiesEdit

Question 307 (CS01)Edit

Which of the following activities have you done at least once in the last 12 months? Select all that apply.

Participants could select more than one option

0% did not select an option [?]


1 – Make contributions or curate content on any Wikimedia project (e.g. editing) (94%)
2 – Attend offline Wikimedia events (e.g. editathons, conferences, hackathon) (82%)
3 – Participate in online Wikimedia events (e.g. a remote conference or meet-up) (53%)
4 – Support Mediawiki or Wikimedia software development (e.g. report a bug, test a product, have technical discussions, write software code, build tools) (32%)
5 – Organize community programs or events (e.g. editathons, GLAM, conferences, education program) (77%)
6 – Participate in a Wikimedia affiliate (e.g. Wikimedia chapter, thematic organization, user group) (80%)
7 – Conduct research related to Wikimedia (e.g. worked on a project on meta:research) (20%)
8 – Apply for any Wikimedia Foundation grant (e.g. Annual Plan Grants, Project and Event Grants, Rapid Grants, Project grants, Travel and Participation Support Grant) (51%)
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Question 308 (CE19)Edit

The following is a list of topics related to the Wikimedia movement. You may see more questions about these topics later in the survey.

Which of the following are you currently working on or have a strong interest in? Select all that apply.

Participants could select more than one option

0% did not select an option [?]


1 – Advocating to change laws that influence the Wikimedia movement (45%)
2 – Wikimedia movement fundraising efforts (27%)
3 – Partnerships with governments, universities, companies or other organizations (85%)
4 – Technical contributions, including everything from giving feedback, testing, and writing code (37%)
5 – None of the above (7%)
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Question 309 (TR01)Edit

Which of the following annual Wikimedia events that were supported by the Wikimedia Foundation have you attended in the last 3 years? (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

19% did not select an option [?]


1 – Wikimania (in Esino Lario, Mexico City, or London) (65%)
2 – Wikimedia Hackathon (in Jerusalem, Lyon, or Zürich) (8%)
3 – Wikimedia Conference (in Berlin) (37%)
4 – Don't know/Not sure (10%)
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Question 310 (SS19)Edit

Have you collaborated or engaged with any staff from the Wikimedia Foundation in the last 12 months, in any way (online, in-person, etc.)?


Median = 1

6% selected "Not sure" [?]


1 – No (0%)
2 – Yes (93%)
93% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they have collaborated or engaged with any staff from the Wikimedia Foundation in the last 12 months, in any way (online, in-person, etc.).


Question 311 (CE17)Edit

How familiar are you with the organizations associated with Wikimedia or Wikipedia?


Median = 4

1 – Not at all (1%)
2 – Slightly (4%)
3 – Moderately (15%)
4 – Mostly (41%)
5 – Completely (38%)
79% of program leaders who participated in this question reported they are mostly or completely familiar with the organizations associated with Wikimedia or Wikipedia.


Question 313 (SS14)Edit

Before taking this survey, had you ever heard of the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF)?


Median = 1

1 – Very difficult (0%)
2 – Yes (100%)
100% of program leaders who participated in this question have heard of the Wikimedia Foundation.


Question listEdit


Goal 4 - Improving collaboration and communications around software developmentEdit

Question 314 (TC15)Edit

Over the last 12 months, in which of the following ways have you contributed to Wikimedia or Mediawiki software projects? Select all that apply.

Participants could select more than one option

0% did not select an option [?]


1 – Create software related to Wikimedia (29%)
2 – Help test new Wikimedia Foundation products (43%)
3 – Help document Wikimedia Foundation software products (15%)
4 – Submit bugs related to Wikimedia Foundation products through phabricator (51%)
5 – Use Wikimedia projects and products (88%)
6 – Other (specify): (26%)
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Goal 5 - Improving collaboration with affiliates related to partnershipsEdit

Question 338 (GR13)Edit

To what extent are you familiar with the Wikimedia Foundation program called "Wikipedia Zero"?


Median = 3

1% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (20%)
2 – Slightly (11%)
3 – Moderately (21%)
4 – Mostly (29%)
5 – Completely (20%)
49% of program leaders who participated in this question were mostly or completely familiar with the Wikimedia Foundation program called "Wikipedia Zero".


Question 339 (GR08)Edit

The Wikimedia Foundation partnered with mobile service providers to test a new project. This project allows mobile phones without internet capability to receive Wikipedia content via text messages.

This expands the reach of Wikipedia content to people who do not have smartphones or cannot afford mobile data charges. In some of these partnerships, users would be required to pay a text message charge (standard SMS fee or subsidized in some cases) per response.

To what extent do you support or oppose this kind of partnership?

Median = 4

4% selected "I have no opinion on the topic" [?]


1 – I strongly oppose these partnerships (4%)
2 – I somewhat oppose these partnerships (8%)
3 – I neither support nor oppose these partnerships (17%)
4 – I somewhat support these partnerships (30%)
5 – I strongly support these partnerships (42%)
72% of program leaders who participated in this question somewhat support or strongly support this partnership with mobile service providers


Question 341 (GR09)Edit

The Wikimedia Foundation is interested in more partnerships with companies in the private sector. To become a partner, companies must share the Foundation's values, mission, and ethics. Companies must also have strong corporate social responsibility efforts supporting education.

These companies often provide services to underserved segments of the population where they operate. For example, the companies build schools, provide connectivity or devices, or promote certain content. The Foundation could work with new partners to create new programs that aim to increase the reach of Wikimedia projects.

To what extent do you support or oppose this kind of partnership?

Median = 4

6% selected "I have no opinion on the topic" [?]


1 – I strongly oppose these partnerships (0%)
2 – I somewhat oppose these partnerships (8%)
3 – I neither support nor oppose these partnerships (12%)
4 – I somewhat support these partnerships (37%)
5 – I strongly support these partnerships (43%)
80% of program leaders who participated in this question somewhat support or strongly support the Wikimedia Foundation partnering with companies in the private sector


Question 343 (GR10)Edit

The Wikimedia Foundation is interested in more partnerships with public or governmental institutions. These include Ministries of Education and Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and others. To become a partner, public sector institutions must share our values, mission, and ethics.

Public and governmental institutions often play a major role in shaping a country's education. For example, they can promote technology adoption to underserved segments of the population. The Foundation could work with these partners to include Wikimedia projects in ongoing public sector efforts. This will help the movement increase the reach and awareness of Wikimedia projects. Often, government partnerships can reach a larger number of people than other kinds of partnerships.

To what extent do you support or oppose this kind of partnership?

Median = 5

1% selected "I have no opinion on the topic" [?]


1 – I strongly oppose these partnerships (1%)
2 – I somewhat oppose these partnerships (2%)
3 – I neither support nor oppose these partnerships (4%)
4 – I somewhat support these partnerships (27%)
5 – I strongly support these partnerships (66%)
93% of program leaders who participated in this question somewhat support or strongly support the Wikimedia Foundation partnering with public or governmental institutions.


Question 345 (GR11)Edit

The Wikimedia Foundation is interested in partnerships with local or regional non-profit organizations. To become a partner,non-profit organizations must have a similar mission as the Wikimedia movement. They must also share the Foundation's values, mission, and ethics.

Local non-for-profit organizations have practical knowledge and expertise in their geography and topic areas. The Foundation could work with these partners to create new programs and expand the reach of Wikimedia projects. With their expertise, non-profit organizations can help the Foundation reach its goals more efficiently.

Do you support or oppose this kind of partnership?

Median = 5

1% selected "I have no opinion on the topic" [?]


1 – I strongly oppose these partnerships (1%)
2 – I somewhat oppose these partnerships (4%)
3 – I neither support nor oppose these partnerships (5%)
4 – I somewhat support these partnerships (25%)
5 – I strongly support these partnerships (65%)
90% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they support or strongly support the Foundation partnering with local or regional non-profit organizations.


Question 347 (GR12)Edit

The Wikimedia Foundation is interested in partnering with a broader category of educational institutions (schools, universities, academies, think tanks, etc). These partnerships may allow us to find opportunities to bring new readers to Wikipedia, especially students who have never heard of it.

Educational institutions are able to distribute the freely available content on the Wikimedia projects. They can distribute content in their classrooms and communities. These partnerships could help strengthen the ongoing Wikipedia Education Programs (WEPs) around the world. We would work hand-in-hand with WEPs in these partnership.

Do you support or oppose this kind of partnership?

Median = 1

1% selected "I have no opinion on the topic" [?]


1 – I strongly oppose these partnerships (1%)
2 – I somewhat oppose these partnerships (2%)
3 – I neither support nor oppose these partnerships (1%)
4 – I somewhat support these partnerships (18%)
5 – I strongly support these partnerships (76%)
94% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they support or strongly support the Foundation partnering with a broader category of educational institutions

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Goal 6 - Improving software for contributorsEdit


Goal 7 - Increasing software awareness and useEdit

No pages meet these criteria.

Goal 8 - Growing the Wikimedia technical communityEdit

No pages meet these criteria.

Goal 9 - Improving information sharing for program leaders and affiliatesEdit

Question 318.01 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-MediaWiki wiki


Median = 2

1 – Never (22%)
2 – Rarely (31%)
3 – Sometimes (26%)
4 – Often (13%)
5 – Almost always (8%)
21% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always using Mediawiki Wiki to learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 318.02 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-Other Wikimedia mailing lists


Median = 3

1 – Never (8%)
2 – Rarely (13%)
3 – Sometimes (34%)
4 – Often (35%)
5 – Almost always (11%)
46% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always using other Wikimedia mailing lists to learn new information that affects their program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 318.03 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-Affiliates only mailing list


Median = 3

1 – Never (18%)
2 – Rarely (20%)
3 – Sometimes (26%)
4 – Often (22%)
5 – Almost always (14%)
34% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always using affiliates-only mailing lists to learn new information that affects their program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 318.04 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-Wikimedia Blog


Median = 3

1 – Never (16%)
2 – Rarely (25%)
3 – Sometimes (30%)
4 – Often (21%)
5 – Almost always (9%)
30% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always use the Wikimedia Blog to learn new information that affects their program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 318.05 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-Social Media (Facebook, Twitter)


Median = 4

1 – Never (14%)
2 – Rarely (9%)
3 – Sometimes (27%)
4 – Often (32%)
5 – Almost always (19%)
51% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always using social media to learn new information that affects their program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 318.06 (CS18)Edit

How often do you typically learn new information that affects your program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s) through the following channels?-Other (please explain)


Median = 3

1 – Never (31%)
2 – Rarely (15%)
3 – Sometimes (15%)
4 – Often (15%)
5 – Almost always (23%)
48% of program leaders who participated in this question reported often or almost always use other methods to learn new information that affects their program(s) or Wikimedia affiliate(s).


Question 319 (CS19)Edit

Overall, to what extent are you satisfied or dissatisfied with all the existing communication channels (blog, social media, mailing lists) related to your programs/affiliate?


Median = 4

4% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very dissatisfied (1%)
2 – Dissatisfied (8%)
3 – Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied (23%)
4 – Satisfied (56%)
5 – Very satisfied (12%)
68% of program leaders who participated in this question reported being satisfied or very satisfied with all the existing communication channels (blog, social media, mailing lists) related to your programs/affiliate.


Question 322.01 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Program Toolkits


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (26%)
2 – Slightly useful (20%)
3 – Moderately useful (33%)
4 – Mostly useful (18%)
5 – Completely useful (4%)
22% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that program toolkits were mostly and completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.03 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Learning modules


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (26%)
2 – Slightly useful (13%)
3 – Moderately useful (32%)
4 – Mostly useful (24%)
5 – Completely useful (6%)
30% of program leaders who participated in this question reported learning modules to be mostly or completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.04 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-One-on-one help from Wikimedia Foundation staff


Median = 4

1 – Not at all (10%)
2 – Slightly useful (9%)
3 – Moderately useful (24%)
4 – Mostly useful (26%)
5 – Completely useful (30%)
56% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that help from foundation staff was mostly or completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.05 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Learning Days


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (30%)
2 – Slightly useful (14%)
3 – Moderately useful (21%)
4 – Mostly useful (18%)
5 – Completely useful (18%)
36% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that learning days was mostly or completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.06 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Survey Support Desk


Median = 2

1 – Not at all (39%)
2 – Slightly useful (15%)
3 – Moderately useful (26%)
4 – Mostly useful (7%)
5 – Completely useful (13%)
20% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that the Survey Support Desk was mostly or completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.07 (LE02)Edit

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Learning Patterns


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (23%)
2 – Slightly useful (13%)
3 – Moderately useful (39%)
4 – Mostly useful (14%)
5 – Completely useful (11%)
25% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that learning patterns are mostly or completely useful in evaluating their programs.


Question 322.08 (LE02)Edit

This question has few responses.

Be cautious with interpreting the results. Read more >>

To what extent were the following resources useful to you in evaluating your program:-Other (specify)


Median = 5

1 – Not at all (0%)
2 – Slightly useful (14%)
3 – Moderately useful (14%)


Question 323.01 (LE04)Edit

How many times do you share your knowledge about the programs you implement in the following ways?-Share learning on social media, mailing lists.


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (11%)
2 – Less than half the time (27%)
3 – About half the time (22%)
4 – More than half the time (25%)
5 – Almost always (15%)
40% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they share learning on social media, mailing lists more than half the time or almost always.


Question 323.02 (LE04)Edit

How many times do you share your knowledge about the programs you implement in the following ways?-Share learning on wiki pages.


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (8%)
2 – Less than half the time (27%)
3 – About half the time (31%)
4 – More than half the time (16%)
5 – Almost always (18%)
34% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they share learning on wiki pages more than half the time or almost always.


Question 323.03 (LE04)Edit

How many times do you share your knowledge about the programs you implement in the following ways?-Share your experience at a conference or wiki meet-up.


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (6%)
2 – Less than half the time (20%)
3 – About half the time (24%)
4 – More than half the time (28%)
5 – Almost always (22%)
50% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they share your experience at a conference or wiki meet-up more than half the time or almost always.


Question 323.04 (LE04)Edit

How many times do you share your knowledge about the programs you implement in the following ways?-Mentor less experienced program leaders.


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (15%)
2 – Less than half the time (27%)
3 – About half the time (23%)
4 – More than half the time (17%)
5 – Almost always (18%)
36% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they share knowledge about the programs they implement by mentoring less experienced program leaders.


Question 324.01 (LE03)Edit

How many times do you create learning content about the programs you have implemented in the following ways?-Write blogs about program outcomes


Median = 2

1 – Not at all (28%)
2 – Less than half the time (31%)
3 – About half the time (20%)
4 – More than half the time (9%)
5 – Almost always (12%)
21% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they write blogs about their program outcomes more than half the time or almost always.


Question 324.02 (LE03)Edit

How many times do you create learning content about the programs you have implemented in the following ways?-Write guides or case studies for others to replicate your program


Median = 2

1 – Not at all (26%)
2 – Less than half the time (38%)
3 – About half the time (21%)
4 – More than half the time (6%)
5 – Almost always (9%)
15% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they write guides or case studies for others to replicate your program more than half the time or almost always.


Question 324.03 (LE03)Edit

How many times do you create learning content about the programs you have implemented in the following ways?-Write or contribute to Learning Patterns


Median = 2

1 – Not at all (45%)
2 – Less than half the time (28%)
3 – About half the time (16%)
4 – More than half the time (8%)
5 – Almost always (3%)
11% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they write or contribute to Learning Patterns more than half the time or almost always.


Question 324.04 (LE03)Edit

How many times do you create learning content about the programs you have implemented in the following ways?-Create data visualizations or other graphics


Median = 2

1 – Not at all (42%)
2 – Less than half the time (33%)
3 – About half the time (13%)
4 – More than half the time (8%)
5 – Almost always (4%)
12% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they create data visualizations or other graphics more than half the time or almost always.


Question 325 (LE05)Edit

Have you learned about the "ABCD's of storytelling" at any Wikimedia conference or online?


Mean = 0.26

16% selected "Not sure" [?]


1 – No (74%)
2 – Yes (26%)
26% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they have learned about the "ABCD's of storytelling."


Question 326 (LE06)Edit

This question has a known error

this question needs to be filtered by previous question.

When you work on reports, blogs, or presentations, how often have you used the ABCD framework?


Median = 1

1 – Never (78%)
2 – Rarely (9%)
3 – Sometimes (11%)
4 – Often (2%)
13% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they sometimes or often use the ABCD framework for reports blogs or presentations.


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Goal 10 - Developing the capacity of affiliatesEdit

Question 327 (LE14)Edit

Which of the following types of affiliates, if any, are you a member, staff, or volunteer?

Participants could select more than one option

2% did not select an option [?]


1 – Wikimedia chapter or thematic organization (56%)
2 – Wikimedia user group (46%)
3 – I am not part of any affiliate (9%)
From the program leaders who participated in this question, 56% reported that they are part of a Wikimedia user group, 46% reported that they are part of a Wikimedia chapter, and 9% are not part of any Wikimedia Affiliate. We define being "part of" a Wikimedia affiliates as a member, volunteer or staff.


Question 328 (LE15)Edit

Which of the following types of affiliates, are you most active in?


Median = 1

1 – Wikimedia chapter or thematic organization (52%)
2 – Wikimedia user group (48%)
From the program leaders who participated in this question and who selected that they are part of a user group and chapter, 52% or program leaders reported that their primary affiliate is a user group while 48% reported that their primary affiliate is a chapter.


Question 329 (LE17)Edit

Which of the following best describes your current role in your primary affiliate?


Median = 1

1 – Organizational leadership/coordinators (55%)
2 – Staff (8%)
3 – Affiliate volunteer (15%)
4 – Affiliate member (14%)
5 – Other (9%)
55% of program leaders who participated in this survey reported that their role in their primary affiliate is that they are organizational leadership/coordinators, 8% as staff, 15% as volunteer, 14% as member, and 9% as something else.



Goal 11 - Developing the capacity of program leadersEdit

Question 330 (LE12)Edit

Which of the following Wikimedia programs or projects, if any, have you personally helped to implement (e.g. planning, organizing, running) in the last 12 months. Select all that apply.

Participants could select more than one option

3% did not select an option [?]


1 – Edit-a-thons (61%)
2 – Editing Workshops (61%)
3 – Conferences (56%)
4 – Wikipedia Education Programs (40%)
5 – GLAM Content Donations (36%)
6 – Wiki Loves Monuments (35%)
7 – On-wiki Writing Contests (35%)
8 – Other Photo Events (29%)
9 – Wikipedian-in-Residences (19%)
10 – Hack-a-thons (12%)
11 – Other (specify): (9%)
12 – Wiki Loves Earth (18%)
13 – Research Project (13%)
14 – WikiExpeditions (12%)
15 – WikiTakes (10%)
16 – (4%)
From the programs that they helped implement over the last 12 months, the three programs that program leaders reported implementing the most are editathons, editing workshops, and conferences.


Question 331.01 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Edit-a-thon

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (4%)
2 – 1-2 years (30%)
3 – 3-4 years (42%)
4 – 5 or more years (24%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, 3 to 4 years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing editathons.


Question 331.02 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Editing Workshops

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (4%)
2 – 1-2 years (28%)
3 – 3-4 years (36%)
4 – 5 or more years (33%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Editing Workshops.


Question 331.03 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Conferences

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (12%)
2 – 1-2 years (28%)
3 – 3-4 years (28%)
4 – 5 or more years (32%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Conferences.


Question 331.04 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Wikipedia Education Programs

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (17%)
2 – 1-2 years (21%)
3 – 3-4 years (23%)
4 – 5 or more years (40%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Wikipedia Education Programs.


Question 331.05 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-GLAM Content Donations

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (13%)
2 – 1-2 years (20%)
3 – 3-4 years (29%)
4 – 5 or more years (38%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing GLAM content donations.


Question 331.06 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Wiki Loves Monuments

Median = 2

1 – Less than 1 year (16%)
2 – 1-2 years (38%)
3 – 3-4 years (13%)
4 – 5 or more years (33%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Wiki Loves Monuments.


Question 331.07 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-On-wiki-Writing Contests

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (7%)
2 – 1-2 years (33%)
3 – 3-4 years (28%)
4 – 5 or more years (33%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing On-wiki-Writing Contests.


Question 331.08 (LE13)Edit

For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Other Photo Events

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (19%)
2 – 1-2 years (17%)
3 – 3-4 years (24%)
4 – 5 or more years (40%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing other photo events.


Question 331.09 (LE13)Edit

This question has few responses.

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Wikipedian-in-residences

Median = 2

1 – Less than 1 year (13%)
2 – 1-2 years (39%)
3 – 3-4 years (39%)
4 – 5 or more years (9%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, one to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Wikimedian in Residence.



Question 331.1 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Hack-a-thon

Median = 2

1 – Less than 1 year (31%)
2 – 1-2 years (23%)
3 – 3-4 years (23%)
4 – 5 or more years (23%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, one to two years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing hackathons.


Question 331.11 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Other (specify):

Median = 2

1 – Less than 1 year (20%)
2 – 1-2 years (40%)
3 – 3-4 years (0%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, one to two years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing other programs.


Question 331.12 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Wiki Loves Earth

Median = 2

1 – Less than 1 year (11%)
2 – 1-2 years (42%)
3 – 3-4 years (32%)
4 – 5 or more years (16%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, one to two years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Wiki Loves Earth.


Question 331.13 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-Research Project

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (20%)
2 – 1-2 years (27%)
3 – 3-4 years (20%)
4 – 5 or more years (33%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Research Projects.


Question 331.14 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-WikiExpeditions

Median = 2.5

1 – Less than 1 year (14%)
2 – 1-2 years (36%)
3 – 3-4 years (7%)
4 – 5 or more years (43%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, one to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing Wikiexpeditions.


Question 331.15 (LE13)Edit

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For how many years have you been organizing the following programs?

(list of programs from LE12)-WikiTakes

Median = 3

1 – Less than 1 year (9%)
2 – 1-2 years (36%)
3 – 3-4 years (18%)
4 – 5 or more years (36%)
From the program leaders who participated in this survey question, three to four years is the median number of years that program leaders reported having experience with organizing WikiTakes.


Question 332.01 (LE07)Edit

How prepared are you to implement program evaluation? Please rate each of the following:-Articulating your program strategy and goals


Median = 4

4% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (8%)
2 – Slightly (15%)
3 – Moderately (23%)
4 – Mostly (30%)
5 – Completely (23%)
53% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they feel mostly or completely prepared to articulate their program strategy and goals.


Question 332.02 (LE07)Edit

How prepared are you to implement program evaluation? Please rate each of the following:-Documenting your program activities and event(s)


Median = 4

5% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (3%)
2 – Slightly (10%)
3 – Moderately (23%)
4 – Mostly (35%)
5 – Completely (29%)
64% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they feel mostly or completely prepared to document their program activities and event(s).


Question 332.03 (LE07)Edit

How prepared are you to implement program evaluation? Please rate each of the following:-Tracking and monitoring accomplishments directly associated with your program event(s)


Median = 4

5% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (5%)
2 – Slightly (9%)
3 – Moderately (27%)
4 – Mostly (37%)
5 – Completely (21%)
58% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they feel mostly or completely prepared to track and monitor accomplishments directly associated with their program event(s)


Question 332.04 (LE07)Edit

How prepared are you to implement program evaluation? Please rate each of the following:-Measuring the impact of your program


Median = 3

5% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (6%)
2 – Slightly (15%)
3 – Moderately (30%)
4 – Mostly (26%)
5 – Completely (23%)
49% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they feel mostly or completely prepared to track and monitor accomplishments directly associated with their program event(s)


Question 332.05 (LE07)Edit

How prepared are you to implement program evaluation? Please rate each of the following:-Reporting and storytelling about your program


Median = 4

5% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Not at all (3%)
2 – Slightly (14%)
3 – Moderately (20%)
4 – Mostly (28%)
5 – Completely (35%)
63% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they feel mostly or completely prepared for reporting and storytelling about their program


Question 333.01 (LE08)Edit

To what extent have you done the following for your program(s)-Identified concrete goals for program impact(s)?


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (5%)
2 – Somewhat (31%)
3 – Mostly (40%)
4 – Completely (24%)
64% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that they mostly or completely identify concrete goals for program impact(s)


Question 333.02 (LE08)Edit

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To what extent have you done the following for your program(s)-Identified measurable targets related to those program goals?


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (6%)
2 – Somewhat (30%)
3 – Moderately (0%)
4 – Mostly (40%)
50% love to eat cheese


Question 333.03 (LE08)Edit

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this question has an error in the data that needs to be corrected. --EGalvez (WMF) (talk) 16:27, 11 July 2017 (UTC))

To what extent have you done the following for your program(s)-Identified a timeline for meeting your program targets?


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (10%)
2 – Somewhat (29%)
3 – Moderately (0%)
4 – Mostly (35%)
This question has a known error.


Question 333.04 (LE08)Edit

This question has a known error

this question has an error in the data that needs to be corrected. --EGalvez (WMF) (talk) 16:27, 11 July 2017 (UTC)

To what extent have you done the following for your program(s)-Achieved the targets you set for your programs and events?


Median = 3

1 – Not at all (4%)
2 – Somewhat (37%)
3 – Moderately (0%)
4 – Mostly (45%)
50% love to eat cheese


Question 334.01 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Wikimetrics


Median = 2

1 – Basic (46%)
2 – Intermediate (26%)
3 – Advanced (22%)
4 – Expert (6%)
54% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with Wikimetrics to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 334.02 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Surveys


Median = 2

1 – Basic (27%)
2 – Intermediate (41%)
3 – Advanced (24%)
4 – Expert (8%)
73% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with Surveys to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 334.03 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-GLAM tools


Median = 2

1 – Basic (34%)
2 – Intermediate (44%)
3 – Advanced (19%)
4 – Expert (3%)
66% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with GLAM tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 334.04 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Quarry


Median = 1

1 – Basic (60%)
2 – Intermediate (19%)
3 – Advanced (11%)
4 – Expert (11%)
41% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with Quarry to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 334.05 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Program and Events Dashboard


Median = 2

1 – Basic (46%)
2 – Intermediate (32%)
3 – Advanced (19%)
4 – Expert (3%)
54% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with Program and Events Dashboard to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 334.06 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Other tools (specify)


Median = 2.5

1 – Basic (50%)
2 – Intermediate (0%)
Four program leaders reported using another tool to measure the outputs/outcomes of their program(s).


Question 334.07 (LE09)Edit

Overall, what how much experience do you have with each of the following tools to measure the outputs/outcomes of your programs?-Grants metrics "magic button"


Median = 1.5

1 – Basic (50%)
2 – Intermediate (30%)
3 – Advanced (16%)
4 – Expert (5%)
51% of program leaders who participated in this questions reported that their level of experience with Grants metrics "magic button" to measure the outputs/outcomes of their programs is intermediate, advanced or expert.


Question 335.01 (LE10)Edit

To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Wikimetrics


Median = 3

47% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (10%)
2 – Difficult (28%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (31%)
4 – Easy (31%)
38% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that Wikimetrics is difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 335.02 (LE10)Edit

To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Surveys


Median = 3.5

29% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (3%)
2 – Difficult (6%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (41%)
4 – Easy (38%)
5 – Very easy (12%)
9% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that surveys are difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 335.03 (LE10)Edit

To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-GLAM tools


Median = 3

49% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (4%)
2 – Difficult (18%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (46%)
4 – Easy (29%)
5 – Very easy (4%)
22% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that GLAM tools are difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 335.04 (LE10)Edit

To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Quarry


Median = 3

63% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (18%)
2 – Difficult (31%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (28%)
4 – Easy (18%)
5 – Very easy (5%)
49% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that Quarry is difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 335.05 (LE10)Edit

To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Program and Events Dashboard


Median = 3

57% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (9%)
2 – Difficult (6%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (47%)
4 – Easy (32%)
5 – Very easy (6%)
15% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that the Program and Events Dashboard is difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 335.06 (LE10)Edit

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To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Other tools (specify)


Median = 4

71% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (0%)
2 – Difficult (0%)
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Question 335.07 (LE10)Edit

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To what extent are the following tools difficult or easy to use?-Grants metrics "magic button"


Median = 3

71% selected "No opinion" [?]


1 – Very difficult (6%)
2 – Difficult (19%)
3 – Neither difficult nor easy (44%)
4 – Easy (28%)
5 – Very easy (3%)
25% of program leaders who participated in this question reported that the Grants metrics "magic button" Program and Events Dashboard is difficult or very difficult to use.


Question 337 (PR23)Edit

In the next 12 months, I would like to get more involved with (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

13% did not select an option [?]


1 – Edit-a-thons (47%)
2 – Training of GLAM staff or volunteers (41%)
3 – Training of other experts, such as academics or researchers. (50%)
4 – Content uploads to Wikimedia Commons (54%)
5 – Wikidata contribution from a partner (40%)
6 – Outreach related to Free and Open Copyright (45%)
7 – Support of Education Program assignments in universities (46%)
8 – Support of Education Program activities at another level (42%)
9 – Photography campaigns (like Wiki-Loves Monuments) (44%)
10 – Communications or outreach campaigns (36%)
11 – Wikipedian in Residence positions (38%)
12 – Other partnerships or outreach projects (please describe) (8%)


Question listEdit


Goal 12 - Improving access to research materials by contributorsEdit

No pages meet these criteria.

Goal 13 - Improving understanding of movement fundraising and fundraising needsEdit

No pages meet these criteria.

Goal 14 - Increasing awareness of GLAM and LibrariesEdit

Question 316 (PR21)Edit

If a other mission aligned organization (e.g. Library, University, etc.) approached you today about getting involved with Wikimedia, which of the following would you feel confident explaining: (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

3% did not select an option [?]


1 – Edit-a-thons (82%)
2 – Editing Workshops (83%)
3 – Conferences (74%)
4 – Wikipedia Education Programs (63%)
5 – GLAM Content Donations (62%)
6 – Wiki Loves Monuments (62%)
7 – On-wiki Writing Contests (58%)
8 – Other Photo Events (49%)
9 – Wikipedian-in-Residences (58%)
10 – Hack-a-thons (30%)
11 – Other (specify): (6%)
12 – Wiki Loves Earth (44%)
13 – Research Project (26%)
14 – WikiExpeditions (31%)
15 – WikiTakes (34%)
16 – None (0%)
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Question 317 (PR22)Edit

I would like to gain more skills or knowledge in order to implement the following: (select all that apply)

Participants could select more than one option

18% did not select an option [?]


1 – Running a content-gap campaign like Art+Feminism, Wiki Loves Women, or Wiki Loves Africa (37%)
2 – Documenting local culture through Wiki Loves or Wiki Takes Events- like Wiki Loves Monuments, or Wiki Takes Barcelona (46%)
3 – Teaching copyright on Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects (41%)
4 – Educating patrons about Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects and how they can contribute to the institution’s mission. (50%)
5 – Donating content for use on the projects (45%)
6 – Participating in Wikidata (46%)
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Question listEdit


Goal 15 - Increasing knowledge and capacity related to policy issuesEdit

No pages meet these criteria.