Digital Library Seminar Series: 2014-03-28
This event is sponsored by the Libraries Digital Program Division and the Digital Humanities Center.
It is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.
Wikipedia in New York Libraries and Archives: Adding Collections Information, Images, and Authoritative Research to the World´s Largest Encyclopedia
Current Wikipedian-in-Residence and Open Data Fellow at the Metropolitan New York Library Council and a programs officer at Wikimedia Foundation NYC Chapter
GLAM-Wikipedia initiatives (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums) have been growing in New York, with participants at the Frick Art Reference Library, NYPL, Queens Library, the Brooklyn Library, the Guggenheim, and the Center for Jewish History, and growth in the Wikipedia Education Program at CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY College of Staten Island, and Queens College.
In this talk, Dorothy Howard discusses her work to engage METRO member libraries and archives in Wikipedia editing projects and open image and data donations. Various strategies and aspects of institutional Wikipedia editing, Wikimedia Commons, WikiSource and other platforms will be discussed, as will Dorothy´s thoughts on the future of Wikipedia within New York institutions.
March 28, 2014
10:00 - 11:30 AM
203 Butler Library, Morningside Heights Campus, Columbia University
Slides (modified Slideshare)
Case studies, tools, GLAM movement information
Wikipedia for Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Wikipedia and Open Access LibGuide
Case study of Metropolitan Museum's Watson Library
Józef Piłsudski Institute of America (GLAM page example)
Wikipedia Education Program
Wikipedia Education Program Handouts
Adrianne Wadewitz's Essay on Teaching with Wikipedia
Dorothy Howard's work at METRO