Category Archives: “How Wikipedia Works”

Readership & Wikipedia

One of the most important slidedecks you will look at this year — at least if you care about the future of Wikipedia and her sister projects — is this one, about declining and flattening Wikipedia readership, from the WMF … Continue reading

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in praise of details

I was demo-ing the parts of a Wikipedia article the other day, to a group of people who wanted to learn to edit. There’s a lot to say about the external structure of an article on Wikipedia: the talk page, … Continue reading

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Teaching Tech-Savvy Kids

I haven’t yet read it … but Jessica Parker’s book Teaching Tech-Savvy Kids: Bringing Digital Media Into the Classroom, Grades 5-12 came out this month. Geared at educators, Parker’s book and online community is about how young people use social … Continue reading

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