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'''Lightning talks''' are very short back-to-back presentations. At WikiConference North America 2019, we have two lightning talk blocks, with each talk lasting up to '''seven minutes'''. These talks allow us to maximize the breadth of content covered at the conference, and give attendees the opportunity to share their stories, ideas, case studies, and more.
 
'''Lightning talks''' are very short back-to-back presentations. At WikiConference North America 2019, we have two lightning talk blocks, with each talk lasting up to '''seven minutes'''. These talks allow us to maximize the breadth of content covered at the conference, and give attendees the opportunity to share their stories, ideas, case studies, and more.
  

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WikiConference North America 2019 • Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
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Lightning talks are very short back-to-back presentations. At WikiConference North America 2019, we have two lightning talk blocks, with each talk lasting up to seven minutes. These talks allow us to maximize the breadth of content covered at the conference, and give attendees the opportunity to share their stories, ideas, case studies, and more.

Interested in participating? Just pick an open time slot and add your topic and name to one of the two blocks below!

Block 1: Saturday @ 4 PM

Location: Stata 32-141 (90 Seats)

4:00 - 4:07 Wikimedia and the Sustainable Development Goals — what next? (Mietchen)
4:07 - 4:14 Wikimedia coverage of the future (Mietchen)
4:14 - 4:21 Wiki Loves Pride 2019 campaign
4:21 - 4:28 Cuba: Wikimedians in the improbable country
4:28 - 4:35 What Open Access principles do we need for cultural heritage? (Heidel)
4:35 - 4:42 How can libraries and Wikimedia build each other up? (Skinner)
4:42 - 4:49 Wikispore: Wider than Wikipedia, Deeper than Wikidata (Knipel & Tisza)
4:49 - 4:56 AfroCROWD Launch of Wikimedia Training videos (Backer & Antoine)
4:56 - 5:03 Psychological safety - building block for great team building (Jim)
5:03 - 5:10 Machine learning for wiki by university students (Rasberry)
5:10 - 5:17
5:17 - 5:24

Block 2: Sunday @ 11 AM

Location: Stata 32-141 (90 Seats)

11:00 - 11:07 Did I just publish Fake News? (Forsyth)
11:07 - 11:14 Wikimedia coverage of Sharpiegate (Mietchen)
11:14 - 11:21 Approaching the Climate Crisis as Wikimedians (Ayers, Brodsky, & Stinson)
11:21 - 11:28 Becoming a Reliable Source: Writing for Off-Wiki Publication (Wahler)
11:28 - 11:35 Quality vs Usefulness: Can we have more FAs on vital topics? (HaEr48)
11:35 - 11:42 "WikiHealth": Results of a comprehensive review of academic health literature and Wikipedia (Smith)
11:42 - 11:49 Engaging with Wikipedia in Medical Education: A Dermatology Case Study (Hutton)
11:49 - 11:56 The Interactive Humanities: Wikipedia as One Element of the New Online Rhetoric (Kalm)
11:56 - 12:03 Contributorship as Scholarship: Increased Engagement Through MediaWiki (Rushing)
12:03 - 12:10
12:10 - 12:17
12:17 - 12:24