Wikipedia 20/Events/Wikipedia 20 book panel
< Wikipedia 20 | Events
- user:Phoebe and Wikimedia New England
- On January 15 at 12:30 ET, join a panel discussion by contributors to Wikipedia @20: Stories from an incomplete revolution, published by MIT Press, as they discuss the history and future of Wikipedia. What's changed -- or even flipped -- over the 20 years of Wikipedia's development, and what has stayed the same?
You can view the panel here, via the Wikipedia Weekly channel. Registration is not required by you can register here to get a reminder email.
Panelists will include:
- Joseph Reagle, collection editor, The Many (Reported) Deaths of Wikipedia
- Jackie Koerner, collection editor, Wikipedia Has a Bias Problem
- Brian Keegan, computational social scientist researching Wikipedia's coverage of current events, An Encyclopedia with Breaking News
- Phoebe Ayers, Wikipedia and Libraries
- Alexandria Lockett, Why Do I Have Authority to Edit the Page? The Politics of User Agency and Participation on Wikipedia
- Denny Vrandečić, Collaborating on the Sum of All Knowledge Across Languages
- Benjamin Mako Hill, The Most Important Laboratory for Social Scientific and Computing Research in History
- Siân Evans, What We Talk About When We Talk About Community
- Stephen Harrison, From Anarchy to Wikiality, Glaring Bias to Good Cop: Press Coverage of Wikipedia’s First Two Decades
Moderated by Andrew Lih, author of the The Wikipedia Revolution
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/Boston/Wikipedia_20 for more information.