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Feb 13th, 2012
10:00 AM - 12:45 PM
Central Time
Session Type: Preconference Seminar
"Most inquiry starts at Wikipedia, whether we like it or not," writes columnist Casper Grathwohl in the Chronicle of Higher Education. "So as students and scholars, we need to improve it." In this session, learn how top-tier universities across the country, including LSU, are increasing student learning of content, improving research and communication skills, and exposing students to global collaboration and feedback by contributing scholarly content to Wikipedia. See firsthand how Wikipedia has evolved into a valid teaching and learning tool and acquire the pedagogy and tech basics you need to bring effective Wikipedia assignments into your course—no experience necessary!
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Teaching & Learning Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Rburdette

Grt Idea! RT @LibrarianAngie: Have students rewrite course objs in their own words-midway through semester, do again. #eli2012 #eli122_SEM02

Getting started with online #ELI2012 seminar "Engaging and Empowering the 21st-Century Student Using Wikipedia" ... #ELI122_SEM02

MT @LibrarianAngie: Have students rewrite course objectives in their own words-mid way through semester, do again. #eli2012 #eli122_SEM02

Every month 5% of the world's population accesses Wikipedia #ELI122_SEM02 #ELI2012 #HigherEd


Comments

Teaching & Learning Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Rburdette

Grt Idea! RT @LibrarianAngie: Have students rewrite course objs in their own words-midway through semester, do again. #eli2012 #eli122_SEM02

Getting started with online #ELI2012 seminar "Engaging and Empowering the 21st-Century Student Using Wikipedia" ... #ELI122_SEM02

MT @LibrarianAngie: Have students rewrite course objectives in their own words-mid way through semester, do again. #eli2012 #eli122_SEM02

Every month 5% of the world's population accesses Wikipedia #ELI122_SEM02 #ELI2012 #HigherEd