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Wikimedia for civil servants

  1. Wikimedia for Civil Servants Scottish Government, 8th December 2016
  2. Wikimedia Foundation Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. That’s our commitment.
  3. Not just Wikipedia
  4. More than meets the eye ★ Quality & ratings scale ★ Vandalism picked up quickly ★ Wikipedia is more accurate than you think ★ Study by Nature in 2005, found Wiki nearly as accurate as Britannica (2.92 errors per article comp to 3.86 on Wikipedia.) ★ Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2010 found Wiki as accurate as Physician Data Query. ★ Ease of editing reflects ongoing debate
  5. Wiki has a gender problem
  6. Pillars of Wikipedia An encyclopedia Neutral point of view Free content that anyone can use, reuse or distribute Respect & civility No firm rules By Thermos (Thermos) (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.5 (], via Wikimedia Commons
  7. Core content policies Topics should meet Wiki’s standard of notability Avoid conflict of interest (maintain neutrality) No personal interpretation (aka “no original research”)
  8. Verifiability “...anyone using the encyclopedia can check that the information comes from a reliable source.”
  9. What’s a reliable source? If available, academic and peer-reviewed publications are usually the most reliable sources. Other reliable sources include university-level textbooks books published by respected publishing houses magazines journals mainstream newspapers
  10. “Wikipedia is the single greatest open educational tool the world has ever known” Jim Groom, #OER16
  11. Politics & PR fails
  12. ymous-wikipedia-edits-linked-to-queensland- government-networks-wikiwatchdog-reveals- 20161027-gsci5j.html
  13. Conflict of interest can be apparent as well as actual ics/2016/jul/06/andrea-leadsom- faces-questions-over-wikipedia- profile-edits
  14. are-revolting-against-donald-trumps-inner-circle/
  15. @parliamentedits
  16. C @WhitehallEdits
  17. This can lead to a siege mentality
  18. Protected & semi protected pages
  19. As civil servants, how do we contribute?
  20. The talk page Ensuring accuracy Managing COI
  21. ● Create an account ● Be open about CoI ● Don’t try & game the system ● Be authentic in your desire to contribute
  22. Sara Thomas @lirazelf [[user:lirazelf]]

Notes de l'éditeur

  1. Screengrab from Wikipedia (CC-BY-SA)
  2. SMithfield Decretals [Decretals of Gregory IX], Raymund of Penafort, France 1300-1340, The British Library