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WikiConference North America 2019 • Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
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Welcome to the WikiConference North America 2019 Schedule
Thanks for coming out, everyone! Recordings of the events will be online in the coming weeks; we have the 2 flat rooms (recorded by Ruben) and need to cut them into segments; and the MIT AV recordings will be post-produced for us and arrive in a week+.


Friday, November 8

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, our home base for the day. But don't go in this entrance! If you end up here, walk around the museum to the other side.
Enter the Museum through this entrance, off of the Fenway.

Friday is the conference's Culture Crawl, a day-long event that includes tours and other activities at various cultural institutions around Boston and Cambridge.

  • Our home base for the day will be the Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Check-in & name-badge pick-up at the MfA: Friday 9am-5pm - at the MFA’s Fenway entrance (200 Fenway, b/t the two giant baby heads). This is the north entrance, on the opposite side of the museum from the Huntington Ave. entrance. A volunteer will meet you with a complimentary ticket to the Museum (only at this entrance). You will then be directed to the Trustees room, upstairs, where our programming will occur to complete registration.
  • Participants will visit local museums and cultural institutions for free backstage tours, edit-a-thons, and more. Participating institutions include:
    • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    • State Library of Massachusetts
    • MassArt (Massachusetts College of Art and Design)
    • Boston University
  • Sessions around GLAM and Wikidata
  • Kickoff to our conference-long hackathon, challenging participants to ideate and come up with solutions for problems around information reliability.
  • The day's Editathon coordination page on English Wikipedia

Friday evening will be our reception in Boston at the Waterworks Museum. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be served.

Friday

Registration will take place throughout the day in the Trustees Room in the Museum of Fine Arts. Come to the Museum's Fenway entrance to receive entrance to the Museum.
Training Sessions @ MFA
All sessions take place in the Museum of Fine Arts' Trustees Room.
Tours & Other Activities
Various Locations

10 AM

Welcome and introduction to Wikimedia, Wikidata, GLAM. See the Editathon coordination page. *(Slides)

10:30 - 11:00 AM

Cyrus Dallin’s Appeal to the Great Spirit (Layla Bermeo and Dennis Carr)

11:00 - 12:15 PM

Wikidata Tutorial: Intro to the Basics (Robert Fernandez)

12:15 - 1 PM

Lunch break (Quick tools Training)

1 - 2 PM

Strategies and models for GLAM Wiki partnerships and OpenGLAM (Andrew Lih, Alex Stinson, Evelin Heidel,et al.)

2 - 3:15 PM

Introduction to Structured Data on Commons (Stinson)

3:30 - 4:30 PM

Editing GLAM collections on Wikidata ⁠— tools, spreadsheets, knowledge graphs, art depiction tool

4:45 - 5:15 PM

Showcase of edit-a-thon results
You are welcome to stay at the museum until 10pm on Fridays!

10:30 - 11:15 AM @ MFA, Swan Gallery 245

James Swan and the Swan furniture
(Tour by Tom Michie & Courtney Harris)

11 AM - 12 PM @ MFA, 3rd Floor American Wing

Women Take the Floor and Art & Feminism
(Tour by Nonie Gadsden)

11 AM - 12 PM @ MIT, MakerWorkshop

2 30-minute tours of the MakerWorkshop makerspace; see map

12 - 12:30 PM @ MFA, two galleries

MFA History tour
(Tour by Maureen Melton)

1:30 - 2:30 PM @ State Library of Massachusetts

Tour of Library and Special Collections (Room 341)

From 1 PM @ MassArt

Open edit-a-thon and spillover hackathon space - MassArt Library classroom (13th floor of Tower building, 621 Huntington Ave; You must enter the library on 12 to access 13). Come here for a quiet place to work with great views!

2 - 3 PM @ MassArt

Evolution of Artists’ book and a Class on Color

3 - 3:45 PM @ MFA, Room 280

Japanese Buddhist sculpture, Conservation in Action
(Tour by Eve Mayberger & Linsly Boyer)

3:30 - 4 PM @ Boston University

Tour of African Studies Library within Mugar Memorial Library

4 PM - 5 PM @ MIT, MakerWorkshop

2 30-minute tours of the MakerWorkshop makerspace; see map

5:00 - 5:30 PM — Board buses at the Fenway side of the MFA.

5:30PM - Buses depart for the Reception at the Waterworks Museum.

6:00 - 10:00 PMReception at the Waterworks Museum

2450 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02467

We will be hosting an open bar and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

We will also have tours of the Museum!

Addresses

Map of our MFA entrance.
Map of Culture Crawl locations; view interactive map here.
  • Boston University (Mugar Memorial Library): 771 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
  • MassArt: 621 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA
  • Museum of Fine Arts: 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA
  • MIT MakerWorkshop: 127 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA (Building 35, 1st Floor)
  • State Library of Massachusetts: 24 Beacon Street, State House Room 341, Boston, MA

Saturday, November 9

Presentation Presentation   Group Discussion Discussion   Panel Panel
Workshop Workshop   Lightning Talks Lightning Talk

November 9 - Saturday - Programming


Registration

8:30 AM

Registration/Check-in/Badge pickup at MIT Stata Center (In front of Room 123, first floor).
Talk strategy with members of Wikimedia 2030 at MIT Stata Center 32-124.
Opening Plenary

9:30 - 10:45 AM

View from above
Stata 32-123 (Auditorium) Live streamed
  • Welcome to WikiConference North America
  • Wikipedia @ 20 author panel - join us for reflections from editors and contributors to the Wikipedia @ 20 book project, forthcoming from MIT Press, on the past twenty years and future of Wikipedia.


Keynote
All Hands

Break

10:45 - 11:00 AM

Catch a break, mingle with other Wikimedians, and head to your first session.
Session 1 Stata 32-123 Live streamed
318 Seats
Tiered Auditorium
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Tiered Lecture Hall
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Tiered Lecture Hall
Commons A
Commons B
Kiva Seminar Room
11:00 - 11:15 To blacklist or whitelist? Three perspectives on how to classify reliable and unreliable news (Harloe from CUNY's NewsQ)
Panel Reliability
Combating Online Harassment with Friends (Mahar, Zhang, Karger from MIT)
Presentation Safety Community
Quality Armchair Research 101: Make reliably-sourced articles without owning a personal library or paying for subscriptions (HaEr48)
Presentation Quality
What We Learn from Building WikiLoop (Zhou from Google)
Presentation Tech Reliability
Building Broad and Diverse Wikipedia Capacity in Institutions of Higher Education: Case Study—the University of Massachusetts Lowell (Davidson from Univ. of Massachusetts Lowell)
Panel Education Gender Gap
Open Hacking Space
Tools and techniques for identifying and addressing gaps (Proffitt, OCLC)
Group Discussion Inclusion Tech
Introductory Edit-a-thon Training - an introduction to editing Wikipedia for beginners. Come learn how to create a user account, edit a page, and basic rules around Wikipedia editing. In the Kiva room, off of the 4th floor commons area.
11:15 - 11:30
11:30 - 11:45 Evaluating Success for Content Translation (Zhou from McGill)
Presentation Tech
Strategies for comparing library content and Wikipedia (Soito from Univ. of New Mexico)
Presentation Libraries
Cite Unseen: A Year Hence (Payravi, Lim)
Presentation Tech Reliability
11:45 - 12:00 Navigating the booming and burgeoning credibility landscape: Three perspectives (Marrelli from Credibility Coalition)
Panel Reliability
Wikipedia at Boston University: Creating a Community of Editors and Teachers (Dwyer, Jenemann, Shetty from Boston Univ.)
No photos or recording
Presentation Community Education
Relying on Wikipedia in Higher Education: Addressing Stigma and Misconceptions (Mojarad, Choi from Univ. of Southern Cali.)
Group Discussion Education Reliability
Introductory Edit-a-thon
12:00 - 12:15 Internet Archive (Graham)
Presentation
Lettuce Into the Meal: A SNAC Update (Herbert from NARA)
Presentation Tech GLAM
Can Software Help Address Wikipedia's COI Problem? (Beutler from Beutler Ink)
Presentation Tech Quality
12:15 - 12:30
Group Photo

12:30 - 12:45 PM

Group photo!
Head to the Dertouzos Amphitheater
Located right outside Stata.
Result
Lunch

12:45 - 2:00 PM

Lunch in Stata
You may eat throughout the building. Refer to the scheduled meet-ups below.
MIT MakerWorkshop Tour from 1:15 - 1:45, a short walk from Stata
127 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA (Building 35, 1st Floor)
Lunch Meetup A - ? Lunch Meetup B - Citizen TALES* Lunch Meetup C - LGBT+ Lunch Meetup D - Programs & Events Lunch Meetup E - WikiMedicine Lunch Meetup F - Wiki Women's Lunch Meetup G - Q&A with Wikipedia @ 20 Contributors Lunch Meetup H -
Session 2 Stata 32-123 Live streamed
318 Seats
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Commons A
Commons B
Kiva Seminar Room
2:00 - 2:15 From Digital Natives to Digital Citizens: How Instructors are Using Wikipedia to Teach Information Literacy (Blumenthal from Wiki Edu; Jacobson from SUNY at Albany; Kaufman from Wake Forest Univ; Griffin from Univ. of Alabama)
Panel Education
Public Policy Roundtable (Siy, Laporte from Wikimedia Foundation)
Group Discussion Public Policy
Putting Institutional Partners at Ease: Becoming a Reliable Guide in an Unfamiliar Landscape (Cetrone from Wikimedia DC)
Presentation GLAM Partnerships
Black Face: Strategies for missing images from art biographies and the ethics of WikiCommons (Hart, Valentine, Myrie from Black Lunch Table Wikimedians)
Workshop Content Gap
Next Steps for Countering Systemic Bias: Beyond Filling the Gaps (Bjork-James from Vanderbilt and Wiki Edu)
Presentation Bias
Open Hacking Space
AMA: Ask the developers (Isarra from MediaWiki Developers)
Panel Tech
Introductory Edit-a-thon (Continued)

Caribbean Translate-a-thon (Wikimedians of the Caribbean, AfroCROWD, CUNY LaGuardia)
2:15 - 2:30
2:30 - 2:45 What’s good for GLAM is good for STEM? Editor recruitment and retention at NIOSH (Sadowski from NIOSH)
Presentation Partnerships
Mbabel - One Click Article Creation for Events (Fernandez from WMDC, Knipel from WMNYC)
Panel Tech Editing
Wikipedia editing in Introductory Psychology: Teaching students online research skills while targeting gender bias (Che from CUNY)
Presentation Education Gender Gap
Quarry tutorial: Using SQL to get info about wikis (Wolff)
Workshop Tech
2:45 - 3:00 The 1000 Women in Religion Project: Bridging the Divide Between the Academy and Wikipedia (Hartung from Women's Caucus of the American Academy of Religion)
Panel Content Gap
Government Bans of Wikimedia Projects
No photos or recording
Presentation Public Policy
3:00 - 3:15 Engaging with Scientists: Sharing Knowledge and Encouraging Editing Through a Science Library (Flood from USDA)
Presentation Libraries Partnerships
Tech Lightning Talks (Enterprisey, Stephen LaPorte, Mahmoud Hashemi, Isarra)
Lightning Talks Tech
WikiNetBias: topic polarisation on Wikipedia graph and its effect on users (Menghini from Sapienza Univ. of Rome, Brown Univ.)
Presentation Bias Quality
3:15 - 3:30
Break

3:30 - 4:00 PM

Catch a break and mingle with other conference goers, opportunity for mini-meetups.
Mini-Meetup A - ? Mini-Meetup B -

checking New Articles - DGG

Mini-Meetup C - Climate change Mini-Meetup D - Wikispore / New Wikis Mini-Meetup E - ? Mini-Meetup F - ? Mini-Meetup G - ? Mini-Meetup H - WikiCari
Session 3 Stata 32-123 Live streamed
318 Seats
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Commons A
Commons B
Kiva Seminar Room
4:00 - 4:15 Fighting Fake News with Real Information: Newspapers on Wikipedia (Forsyth from Wiki Strategies)
Presentation Reliability
Taking Wiki Loves Monuments in the US to the Next Level (Payravi, Soito)
Presentation
Workshop WikiCommons Wikidata
Discussing AI and Machine Learning in the Wikimedia movement (Lih from Wikimedia DC)
Group Discussion Tech
Lightning Talks
Lightning Talks
Engaging Experts Three Ways: How Wiki Education is building a bridge between Wikipedia and Subject-Matter Experts (Blumenthal, McGrady, Kent from WikiEdu)
Panel WikiEdu
Open Hacking Space
New England meetup and project roundtable (Ayers, Suiter, Smith, Li from MIT Libraries)
open for editing
4:15 - 4:30
4:30 - 4:45 Opening the news: how to use civic tech to promote reliability in news media (Flores from Wikimedia México)
Presentation Reliability Mexico
Limits of Wikidata (Mietchen from WikiCite & Univ. of Virginia)
Workshop Wikidata WikiCite
4:45 - 5:00 Design Workshop on the UX of Conveying Credibility Online (Zhang from MIT, Obuobi, Skeet, Greiner, Gamage)
Workshop Reliability
Teaching Intellectual Property Law with Wikipedia (Heintzman from Harvard Univ.)
Presentation Education Public Policy
5:00 - 5:15 Surfacing Trust, Expertise, and Provenance for better News Sharing (Jahanbakhsh from MIT)
Presentation
5:15 - 5:30
Pizza & Cake

5:30-7:00 PM

Celebrate Wikidata's birthday with pizza and cake in the 4th floor commons. Then head to the MIT museum party!
Evening Reception

7:00 - 11:00 PM

7:00 - 11:00 pm: Reception at the MIT Museum 265 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, 02139

A cash bar and light snacks will be provided. Attendees are encouraged to explore the museum's exhibits!

Sunday, November 10

November 10 each year, the United Nations are observing the World Science Day for Peace and Development.

Presentation Presentation   Group Discussion Discussion   Panel Panel
Workshop Workshop   Lightning Talks Lightning Talk

November 10 - Sunday - Programming


Registration

9:00 AM

Registration/Check-in/Badge pickup at MIT Stata Center (In front of Room 123, first floor).
Session 4 Stata 32-123 Live streamed
318 Seats
Tiered Auditorium
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Tiered Lecture Hall
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Tiered Lecture Hall
Commons A
Commons B
Commons C (Kiva)
10 - 10:45 Indigenous knowledge in Wikipedia : the Atikamekw Nation experience (Rochon from WMCA)
Presentation
Reserved Wikimedia Outreach programs for technical contributors (Rodlund, Sethi, Ross, Zhou from Wikimedia Foundation)
Workshop Tech Community
The Wikimedia Movement Strategy & You

(Keefer, Pourzaki)
Workshop Community

Building a Wikidata Curriculum (Kent from Wiki Edu)
Workshop Education Wikidata
Open Space
Open Space
Open Space


Workshop Editathon Access

Break

10:45 - 11:00

Catch a mingle with other conference goers.
Session 5 Stata 32-123 Live streamed
318 Seats
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Commons A
Commons B
Commons C (Kiva)
11:00 - 11:15 GLAMs embracing open access and Wikidata: Experiences from the Met Museum (Lih, Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Presentation GLAM Wikidata
Wiki Caribbean Panel and Discussion on Survey Findings (Antoine from Wikimedians of the Caribbean User Group & AfroCROWD)
Panel Caribbean
Building a Scholarly Knowledge Base with Wikidata: A Case Study from Vanderbilt University (Anderson, Baskauf, Shook from Vanderbilt)
Panel Wikidata WikiCite Education
Lightning Talks
Lightning Talks
State of Wikimedia Research on Knowledge Integrity (Johnson from Wikimedia Foundation)
Presentation Reliability Research
Open Space
Best Practices for Responsible and Reliable Content about Suicide (Poore, LaPorte, SSiy from Wikimedia Foundation)
Group Discussion Reliability Safety
Aaron Swartz Hackathon - moved to the projectors downstairs!
Workshop Editathon Access
11:15 - 11:30
11:30 - 11:45 Open Access at the Cleveland Museum of Art (Payravi, Stimler, Lih)
Presentation GLAM WikiCommons
4 Million in 4 Weeks: A case study on bulk import of cultural heritage metadata on Wikidata (Byrd-McDevitt from NARA)
Presentation Wikidata GLAM WikiCite
Supporting deliberation and resolution on Wikipedia (Zhang, Im, Schilling, Morgan, Karger)
Presentation Community
11:45 - 12:00 Understanding the technical challenges of small wikis in North America (Sethi, Rodlund from Wikimedia Foundation)
Workshop Tech
Mitigating risk in Wikipedia content (Risker)
Presentation Content Reliability
12:00 - 12:15 Wikidata-fying Northeastern University's "Women Writers in Review" initiative (Stephenson-Goodknight from Northeastern & Wiki Women in Red)
Presentation Wikidata WikiCite Gender Gap
Muckrock: Building a database of US government agencies (Morisy)
Presentation
Introduction to WikiCite (Mietchen and Ayers)
Presentation WikiCite
12:15 - 12:30
Lunch

12:30 - 2:00 PM

Lunch in Stata
You may eat throughout the building. Refer to the scheduled meet-ups below.
Lunch Meetup I - Wikipedia Day rapid grants session
(probably tables outside)
Lunch Meetup J - Art+Feminism Lunch Meetup K - WikiCite Lunch Meetup L - Climate Change / Sustainability Lunch Meetup M - ? Lunch Meetup N - FOIA.Science -- by projectors near reg. Lunch Meetup O - Wikimedians in Residence Exchange Network Lunch Meetup P - Ask Wiki Education
Session 6 Stata 32-12 Live streamed3
318 Seats
Stata 32-144 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-124 Live streamed
60 Seats
Stata 32-141 Live streamed
90 Seats
Stata 32-155 Live streamed
90 Seats
Commons A
Commons B
Commons C (Kiva)
2:00 - 2:15 Open Space Adventures in American (Mostly) Folklore: Expanding the Footprint of Notability (Pruitt)
Presentation Content
Building Scholia profiles (Mietchen from WikiCite & Univ. of Virginia)
Workshop Wikidata WikiCite
A Colonizer's Account: the Use and Mis-use of Historical Sources (Rust)
Reliability Content
Creating WikiCommunity at LaGuardia Community College (Coleman from LaGuardia Community College)
Panel Community Education
Open Space
Open Space
Aaron Swartz Hackathon
  • Moving downstairs to the 1F, by the projectors (near reg desk).
    Workshop Editathon Access
2:15 - 2:30
2:30 - 2:45 Academics in the open: How WikiJournals encourage open scholarship using Wikipedia (Koerner from WikiJournal of the Humanities)
Presentation Research WikiCite
Developing Ethical, Responsible, and Reliable Information Producers (Jacobson from SUNY at Albany)
Presentation Reliability Education
Recognizing Sovereignty: Wikidata & Indigenous Nations in North America (Allison-Cassin)
Presentation Wikidata
2:45 - 3:00 Wikidata Quicksheets (Mandiberg from Art+Feminism)
Workshop Wikidata
3:00 - 3:15

Hackathon status report + project pitching

Open hacking and collaboration

Etherpad

Hearing Other Voices: Using Wikipedia in an ESL Writing Class (Shetty from Boston Univ.)
Presentation Content Gap Education
3:15 - 3:30
Break

3:30 - 3:45

Break it off with other conference goers.
End-of-day Plenary

3:45 - 4:30 PM

Stata 32-123 (Auditorium)
  • Wiki Awards
  • Wiki Loves Monuments showcase
  • Q&A about Wikicred grant program
  • All-hands recap; looking forward


All Hands

Break

4:30+

Enjoy our fair city!
Relaxed night

5:00 - 8:00 PM

R&D Commons (4F)
  • Games night (including maybe an emoji 🔤 🐝)Commons A+B
  • Editathon + hackathon wrapups over pizza: plans for the future, next stepsKiva
  • Wikicred grants: Brainstorming, matchmaking, Q&A. Some ideas below — Commons A+B
    • What can the larger information world learn from Wikipedia's best practices on transparency and version control?
    • Can Wikipedia's assessments at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reliable_sources feed into signals for the larger world to ingest?
    • How can we give Wikipedia a role in combatting science and health misinformation?
    • What can Wikipedia do in information about the climate crisis?
    • What technical tools could we build to help with misinformation.
    • How can Wikipedia be used to combat viral conspiracy theories and myths?
    • What role can Wikidata play in assessing credibility of news outlets or journalists? (From Microsoft)?
    • Should we provide travel stipends to work on credibility projects, such as Wikimedia hackathon 2020 in Albania?
    • Add more here:

Monday, November 11

Presentation Presentation   Group Discussion Discussion   Panel Panel
Workshop Workshop   Lightning Talks Lightning Talk

November 11 - Monday - Programming


Registration

9:00 AM

Registration/Check-in/Badge pickup at MIT Stata Center (In front of Room 123, first floor).
9:30 - 10:15 Stata 32-123 (Auditorium)

Introduction to the State of Reliability All Hands

  • Background from Wikimedia:
    Related Wikimedia tools + projects (ORES, WikiCite)
    Related Wikipedia policies, Perennial sources
    Future gameplan and concerns
  • State of reliability on the Web; tools to share:
    Connie Moon Sehat, NewsQ
    Mark Graham, Internet Archive
    Shared frameworks (public wikiloops, ML-to-ML model exchanges)
Break

10:15 - 10:30

Coffee + choose a roundtable
Session 7 Stata 32-123
318 Seats
Tiered Auditorium
Stata 32-144
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Stata 32-124
60 Seats
Flat, Movable Tables
Commons A
Commons B
Commons C
10:30 - 11:30 Roundtable: Future of Reliability in the Wikimedia Movement
Group Discussion Reliability
Etherpad
Roundtable: Engagement with External Platforms (Microsoft, Facebook, Google, etc.)
Group Discussion Reliability
Etherpad
Roundtable: Reliability in News
Group Discussion Reliability
Etherpad
Reserved Open Hacking Space: Counter Misogyny Editathon
Workshop Unconference Reliability
Open Space
Break

11:30 - 11:45

Hallway conference reprise
Session 8 Stata 32-123
318 Seats
Stata 32-144
60 Seats
Stata 32-124
60 Seats
Commons A
Commons B
Commons C
Inspiration

11:45 - 12:15

Nontraditional Scholarship: Evaluation and Citation (Britton)
Panel Reliability Research WikiCite
Cure My FEVER : Building, Breaking and Fixing Models for Fact-Checking(Alhindi)
Presentation Reliability Tech
How to define and elevate quality news: A discussion led by CUNY's NewsQ team (Harloe from CUNY's NewsQ)
Presentation Reliability
Open Hacking Space: Counter Misogyny Editathon
Workshop Unconference Reliability
Bridging the gap between facts and articles (Tisza)
Presentation Reliability Content
Open Space
Lunch

12:15 - 1:30

Lunch in Stata
Draft + post unconference ideas
Vote on unconference ideas
Session 9 Commons A
Commons B
Commons C
Unconference in the R&D Commons:
Brainstorming and Hacking
1:30 - 3:00 Write down project ideas to solve reliability issues
Vote on the top projects
Create an action plan
(Transcript of project ideas and Google doc of the fuller project descriptions)
Wrapup

3:15 - 3:45

Wrapup in the main 4F Commons area