2016/Wiki Culture Crawl/sched

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Culture crawl at Balboa Park Schedule


Culture Crawl Edit-a-thon Wiki Training Clinics Backstage Pass
Improving pre-selected articles from cultural institutions. Three determined by each organization and worked on by Wikipedia editors and Balboa Park staff. Drop-in clinics for staff, docents and cultural professionals throughout the day. Pre-arranged tours of special collections in Balboa Park institutions for Wikipedia editors.
9:00 am Registration opens, continues throughout the day

9:30 am Introduction to Wikipedia edit-a-thons for participants and BP staff

10:00 am Assessment and research of articles. Individuals visit museums and institutions throughout the day and continuously improve articles

1:00 pm Check-in on progress

4:00 pm Evaluation of results

4:30 pm Awards and accolades

10:00 am Introduction to Wikipedia and the Wikimedia movement

12:00 noon Experiences from Wikipedians in Residence at heritage institutions; Brown bag lunch

2:00 pm Wikimedia Commons and Wikidata - Alex Stinson, others

4:00 pm New developments and the future of Wikipedia; how to keep working with the Wikipedia/Wikimedia community

11:00 am Citizen Scientists and Rare Book Library, Margaret Dykens, Registrar and Director of the Research Library, San Diego Natural History Museum

1:00 pm The Edmund L. and Nancy K. Dubois Library at the Museum of Photographic Arts and "3D", an exhibition in MOPA's Dammeyer Gallery, funded in part by an NSF grant awarded to SDSU, tour led by Joaquin Ortiz, Director of Innovation

3:00 pm The Dead Are Not Quiet: an Exhibition of Macabre Art, San Diego Art Institute

Article editing list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:CRAWL -- list the articles you work on here!

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