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* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/Wikidata_in_research_libraries:_community-owned_scholarly_infrastructure_to_advance_mission
 
* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/Wikidata_in_research_libraries:_community-owned_scholarly_infrastructure_to_advance_mission
 
* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/WikiData,_Mix%27n%27Match,_and_Libraries
 
* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/WikiData,_Mix%27n%27Match,_and_Libraries
* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/Update:_Structured_Data_on_Commons
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* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/Cultivating_New_Student_Editors_in_the_Linguistics_Classroom
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* https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/WikiData,_Mix%27n%27Match,_and_Libraries
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; Many topics
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* Wikidata training on first days, and hackathon
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* Relatedly: [https://wikiconference.org/wiki/Submissions:2018/Update:_Structured_Data_on_Commons|Structured data on Wikimedia Commons] under development, analogous to a museum's curation of online files
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* LIBRARY/ARCHIVES: Visited several libraries and archives
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** At Ohio's state archives, saw weekly maps of Europe from U.S. military in WWII, vast rows of records
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** at central Columbus public library, saw large scale precise scanners for digitizing documents of many kinds
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** [Submissions:2018/Wikidata in research libraries: community-owned scholarly infrastructure to advance mission Presentation from ARL (Association of Research Libraries) on how librarians can integrate with Wikidata]
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* EDUCATION: Several on use of Wikimedia in classroom
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* COPYRIGHT: John Mark Ockerbloom on U of Penn project identifying works out of copyright
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** Almost all works before 1923 are free of copyright in the U.S.; starting in January 2019, more materials will be copyright-free (from 1923 I think); their project covers many magazine/journal works up to 1960s whose copyrights were not renewed
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; My topics
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* Possible training for Wikimedia admins
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* WikiPatents

Revision as of 14:13, 26 November 2018


Many topics
  • Wikidata training on first days, and hackathon
  • Relatedly: data on Wikimedia Commons under development, analogous to a museum's curation of online files
  • LIBRARY/ARCHIVES: Visited several libraries and archives
    • At Ohio's state archives, saw weekly maps of Europe from U.S. military in WWII, vast rows of records
    • at central Columbus public library, saw large scale precise scanners for digitizing documents of many kinds
    • [Submissions:2018/Wikidata in research libraries: community-owned scholarly infrastructure to advance mission Presentation from ARL (Association of Research Libraries) on how librarians can integrate with Wikidata]
  • EDUCATION: Several on use of Wikimedia in classroom
  • COPYRIGHT: John Mark Ockerbloom on U of Penn project identifying works out of copyright
    • Almost all works before 1923 are free of copyright in the U.S.; starting in January 2019, more materials will be copyright-free (from 1923 I think); their project covers many magazine/journal works up to 1960s whose copyrights were not renewed
My topics
  • Possible training for Wikimedia admins
  • WikiPatents