Fringe/Future of Education Workshop/Agenda

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Saturday 21 June

In the Frobisher Room 1.

Time What Leader
9:30-9:45 Welcome, set expectations LiAnna
9:45-10:15 Activity: Getting to know each other (blanket activity?) LiAnna
10:15-10:45 Overview of what we've done so far with Wikipedia and education globally Floor
10:45-11 Break n/a
11-12:15 5 minute talks about how Wikipedia and education work together. Definite topics are:

Topics from audience for last 30 min could include:

See individual bullet points
12:15-1 Lunch n/a
1-1:15 Activity coming back from lunch LiAnna
1:15-1:30 Introduction to vision activity LiAnna
1:30-1:45 Post-it activity: Where do we want to see Wikipedia in education in 1 year? 5 years? 10 years? Toni
1:45-2:15 Common themes from post-it activity TBD
2:15-3:15 Action groups: How can we get to the 1-year, 5-year, 10-year goals with your group's involvement? Action groups
3:15-3:30 Break TBD
3:30-4 Reporting back from action groups Action groups
4-4:30 Whole group discussion: How can Wikimania help get us there? LiAnna
4:30-5 Wrap-up of Day 1 (pluses & improvements), looking ahead to Day 2 LiAnna

Group dinner/drinks?

Sunday 22 June

Time What Leader
10-10:15 Welcome back, overview of action group plans for the day (they can self-organize and determine best breaks; choose note-taker and timekeeper) LiAnna
10:15-noon ACTION GROUPS:

1. Lightning talks - open space

  • Wikikids
  • Other projects

2. Instructor training

  • TeachMeet

3. Ambassador training
4. Badge system for Wikipedia
5. Student panel
6. Practical resources development/hack session

  • Localization
  • Sandbox

7. World Cafe session

  • Development issues
  • Local MediaWikis
  • Digital literacy
  • GLAM collaborations
  • Other collaborations


1. How long does this session take?
2. Who is your audience?
3. How do we get your audience to Wikimania?

  • What outreach/recruitment is needed?
  • Who will do the recruitment?

4. What will the content of this session be?

  • Who will develop the content?
  • What help do you need?
  • Develop a draft agenda.
  • Who will facilitate each session?

5. What are the deadlines? Who is responsible for each deadline?
6. Logistics:

  • What space requirements do you have?
  • What materials do you need?

7. What is success and how will you measure it?

Small groups
noon-1 Lunch n/a
1-2:30 Continue morning action groups Small groups
2:30-2:45 Break n/a
2:45-3:45 Small groups present action plans back to full group each group's speaker
3:45-4 Parking Lot items we haven't gotten to yet LiAnna
4-5 Wrap-up: what we all agree to do prior to Wikimania, how we'll stay in touch with each other, pluses and improvements, etc. LiAnna