Goals for this documentEdit
This document is a work in progress, developed by the Wikimedia and Libraries User Group. You are invited to contribute to it.
The main purpose of this work is to provide:
- An overview of Wikimedia projects and how librarians can contribute to them
- General LIS skills required for librarians such as the use of citation styles and Google Drive
Please add your goals and suggestions in this space. Thanks!
General Wikipedia trainingEdit
- The Georgia Library Association documentation on how to hold an edit-a-thon.
General resources available for Wikidata training are collected here.
Wikidata training exercises and materials: NB: both are from the OCLC webinar by Andrew Lih and Robert Fernandez
Relevant projects on WikidataEdit
Reference support for WikidataEdit
Wikidata Query ServiceEdit
WikiCite and ScholiaEdit
Scholia is a tool for visualizing WikiCite data in a manner that facilitates bibliometric analysis of academic publications and research. It is part of the broader Wikidata:WikiProject Source MetaData and WikiCite initiative.
What is Meta-WikiEdit
How to determine a Conflict-of-InterestEdit
There is lots of discussion of regarding conflict of interest for cultural institutions.
Library and Information Science skillsEdit
Citation analysis and ScientometricsEdit
Using Google Drive and Google DocsEdit
Introduction to Citation StylesEdit
Citation style on WikipediaEdit