Tag: Open Education

Wikimedian in Residence @emcandre highlights how staff & students are engaging with Wikipedia to address the diversity of editors & content shared online. “The information that is on Wikipedia spreads across the internet. What is right or wrong or missing on Wikipedia affects the entire internet.” (Wadewitz, 2014) Wikipedia, the free, online, encyclopaedia is building …

This post is the third in a series of blog posts for Open Education Week. By Jemima John, Digital Skills Intern and undergraduate, School of Law, and Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian in Residence, University of Edinburgh. Since the early 2000’s, Wikipedia has acquired somewhat of a negative reputation for being unreliable. Educators are normally wary of allowing Wikipedia …

Welcome to our blog. We are excited to highlight the new and creative ways in which the Digital Learning Applications and Media (DLAM) team are supporting the delivery of teaching, learning assessment, research and engagement activities. Among our various projects this year, we will be strongly focused on delivering a new media asset management system […]

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