Grants:IdeaLab/Workshop: Social Science goes Wikipedia!

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Workshop: Social Science goes Wikipedia!
Two-day workshop for highly qualified female students of social sciences to learn how to use Wikipedia
amount3000€
granteeLunaXXL
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created on09:08, 22 March 2015 (UTC)


Project ideaEdit

What is the problem you're trying to solve?Edit

There is a great lack of articles on social sciences from a female POV on Wikipedia.

What is your solution?Edit

The Evangelische Hochschule Ludwigsburg (Protestant University of Ludwigsburg) offers a great array of social science courses and therefore has many female social sciences students. We'd like to offer a two-day workshop for those female students to learn how to participate in Wikipedia and become advisors and multiplicators within the university, students and alumni.

GoalsEdit

30 female students are supposed to become advisors and multiplicators on Wikipedia-related topics.


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Project planEdit

ActivitiesEdit

BudgetEdit

  • 3 advisors to educate students = 500€ per advisor per day all-inclusive (Food, travel expenses, lodging)
  • for 2 days
  • no costs for facilities

Community engagementEdit

More social science related knowledge in Wikipedia

SustainabilityEdit

Students act as multiplicators for other students with assistence by grantee

Measures of successEdit

the grant finance the kick-off workshop for 30 students who becomes advisors and multiplicators. Then the self sustaining system creates about ten multiplicators every new semester.

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