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Attitudes about a program's future

How would you like the WIR programme to develop?

(OPEN)

Attitudes around a program's effectiveness

To what extent do you feel the various aspects of the residency were effective for achieving its goals and objectives? For each aspect listed below, please (a) rate the extent to which you feel it was an effective match, and (b) suggest any possible improvement(s)

  1. Residencies in general (i.e., those that have already been delivered or are in-progress)
  2. Length of residencies (details of the timelines here. For example, British Library was a year long full time collaboration, while Tyne and Wear 3 months part time)
  3. Achievements of the residencies (i.e., Institutional awareness of Open Knowledge and Wikimedia UK, collaborative events, increased number of partners, etc.)
  4. Benefits to the community (i.e., initiatives to be involved in, access to information, support for WikiProjects, improvement to Wikimedia projects etc.)
  5. Range of organisations we have partnered with
  6. Geographic/Cultural representativeness (i.e., partners from a variety of regions and focusing on a variety of cultural aspects)


3-POINT SCALE
  • Not al all
  • Moderately
  • Completely


Possible improvements - open text


What do you see is the biggest benefit of the Wikimedian in Residence programme?

(OPEN)

Attitudes around the benefit of a program

What are the most important skills a Wikimedian in Residence should have when they exit the program? (Choose 3)

  • Ability to teach and support those learning to use Wikipedia and its sister websites.
  • Ability to develop and maintain reporting systems and evaluation.
  • Ability to communicate in English clearly to a wide variety of audiences.
  • Ability to work tactfully, as part of the institution, the Wikimedian community and with a wide range of individuals.
  • Ability to prioritise workload, meet deadlines and work under own initiative.
  • An understanding of and empathy for Wikimedia UK's mission. Commitment to open knowledge and open source movement.
  • Good understanding of the activities and projects of the host organisation
  • Understanding of issues related to copyright.
  • Experience of editing Wikipedia and its sister projects and of working with the Wikimedia community.
  • Other (please describe)
  • Other (please describe)


What are the most important skills a Wikimedian in Residence should have when they are hired? (Choose 3)

  • Ability to teach and support those learning to use Wikipedia and its sister websites.
  • Ability to develop and maintain reporting systems and evaluation.
  • Ability to communicate in English clearly to a wide variety of audiences.
  • Ability to work tactfully, as part of the institution, the Wikimedian community and with a wide range of individuals.
  • Ability to prioritise workload, meet deadlines and work under own initiative.
  • An understanding of and empathy for Wikimedia UK's mission. Commitment to open knowledge and open source movement.
  • Good understanding of the activities and projects of the host organisation
  • Understanding of issues related to copyright.
  • Experience of editing Wikipedia and its sister projects and of working with the Wikimedia community.
  • Other (please describe)
  • Other (please describe)


Please list the 2 most important criteria that should be considered when accepting an institution wanting to host a WIR project

(OPEN)