Grants:IdeaLab/Find it on Wikipedia!!!/Project page

From the IdeaLab/Inspire campaign emerged this Rapid Grant Project: Find It On Wikipedia!!!. This page is a documentation page for the project.

Project descriptionEdit

A morning radio show/broadcast that will be aired by 6:30 am (GMT), on Mondays which gives listeners of the Good Morning Nigeria show on CoolFm Abuja clues on a particular subject in English Wikipedia Main Page and they will subsequently conduct a quick search in Wikipedia to find answers to the questions. Winners will be eligible for rewards and tokens. For detailed information about this project and its objectives, please click here.

Project CrewEdit

DocumentationsEdit

SensitizationEdit

The project crew started with intense sensitization of the project, click on the links below to view:

Audio filesEdit

Episode 1Edit

The show started 7:31AM (1+GMT) on the 30th April,2018. It recorded over 50 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

OutcomesEdit

Wikimedia Commons has more media related to:

Episode 2Edit

The show started 7:30AM (1+GMT) on 7th May, 2018. It recorded over 40 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

OutcomesEdit

Wikimedia Commons has more media related to:

Experimental versionEdit

Based on WJifar (WMF) suggestion to try a smaller version that i proposed on the discussion page for this project, the first experimental version took place on the 16th May 2018, the radio station's Facebook handle was used for this purpose.

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Episode 3Edit

The show started 7:31AM (1+GMT) on 21st May, 2018. It recorded over 30 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

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Episode 4Edit

The show started 7:30AM (1+GMT) on 28th May, 2018. It recorded over 30 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

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Episode 5Edit

The show started 7:30AM (1+GMT) on 11th June, 2018. It recorded 30 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

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Episode 6Edit

The show started 7:30AM (1+GMT) on 18th June, 2018. It recorded 18 participants(Listeners who sent in their answers).

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WinnersEdit

Pageview OutcomesEdit

From the graph below, the radio show days recorded the highest pageviews every week although there was a consistent decrease in the page views from the first episode which recorded the highest to the last. Unfortunately, the experimental version of the show yielded no positive result as shown in the graph.