A show case of the methods used to incorporate Wiktionary in university-level class followed by a discussion of the results and challenges and recommendations for improving future rounds of the same program, the interplay between Wikidata and Wiktionary, and copyrights and Wiktionary.
The organisers of the community growth space believe that the space will address the following Sustainable Development Goals:
- 9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure
- 10 Reduced inequalities
- 11 Sustainable cities and communities
- 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions
- 17 Partnerships for the goals.
This session will address the conference theme — Wikimedia, Free Knowledge and the Sustainable Development Goals — in the following manner:
Sharing global experiences and best practices & learning from each other and building capacity.
Generally speaking, the session is about the use of technology in teaching and the innovative role Wiktionary can play in this.
The organisers of the space and the community have identified a number of topics they wish to address in this space. Please explain how your proposal its into these topic areas.
As a reminder, the proposed topics are listed at 2019:Community Growth
This session will address the topics of the Growth space in the following manner:
This session shows an innovative way to teach using a not-so-popuar Wikimedia Project. It opens up new opportunities for a different target group to be part of the Wikimedia projets' communities.
At the end of the session, the following will have been achieved:
- A written learning pattern for future Wiktionary projects.
- Useful additions to Wiktionary participation guidelines regarding copyrights.
- A better understanding of the co-existence of Wiktionary and Wikidata Lexicogrpahical data.
Each Space at Wikimania 2019 will have specific format requests. The program design prioritises submissions which are future-oriented and directly engage the audience. The format of this submission is a:
- Presentation followed by a discussion (1:2 ratio)
The session will work best with these conditions:
with data show and chairs.
No prior knowledge of Wiktionary required.
Very suitable for:
-tertiary and university educators looking for a new and a easy way to get their students engaged in any Wiki project;
-linguists and lexicographers,
-people interested in dictionaries and Wiktionary enthusiasts.
Sure, record away! :)
An hour would be nice!
Relationship with the organisers of the space[edit | edit source]
The organisers of the community growth space wish to provide any necessary support to presenters and participants that they may need and also wish to have an active role in shaping the content of the space to maximise the benefit of all attendees. Pleas
e let us know if you would appreciate any help, and if you consent to constructive suggestions from the organiser team that would allow the largest amount of people to share and benefit from each other's contributions.
- I would be interested in receiving help in shaping my submission: YES
- In particular, I would need the following type of help or advice: Not sure, but any feedback is always appreciated.
- I consent to the organisers of the space contacting me to discuss alternative ways to present my knowledge (for example, merging two proposals into a common presentation, a panel debate instead of a lightning talk, etc.), or ways to modify and improve my proposal (for example by ensuring a gender diversity on panels) : YES
- If my proposal is not selected for a presentation, I would be interested in presenting my proposal in the form of a poster in the Community Growth space: YES
- I consent to my proposal being proposed to organisers of other spaces if it would be a good cross-over topic or if it fits better into the other space's scope: YES