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The Wikipedia Library/Bookshelf

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The Wikipedia Library

Bookshelf

See also: outreach:Bookshelf

This is the bookshelf for resources that can help with outreach and other activities as part of the Wikipedia Library. This bookshelf supplements the following materials found at The Wikipedia Library/Projects guide.

Library and Publisher Outreach Pages[edit]

  • 8 Reasons Librarians Should Get Involved with Wikipedia: Librarian Onesheet for outreach with librarians, including a description of best practices. For localizing, see [1]

  • Donation Partnership Case Studies: Case studies from partnerships with Newspapers.com and Highbeam for development of outreach with partners. For localizing, see [2]

  • 8 Reasons to Start a Wikipedia Library Branch in Your Language: Onesheet for developing a Wikipedia Library branch for your Wikipedia Language community. Localization of content can be made from copies of: [3]

  • Cultural Professionals Interns Course and Training: Wikipedia Interns Onesheet for recruiting information. For localizing, see [4]

  • Wikipedia Visiting Scholars Overview: Persuasive information about the program where editors gain full library access at a University and improve articles in its collections or areas of research. For localizing, see [5]

GLAM resources[edit]

See also: w:en:Wikipedia:GLAM/Bookshelf
  • Evaluating Wikipedia: brochure, useful for working with public libraries, esp., but appreciated by librarians in general because of its impact on information literacy

Wikipedia Library Slide Decks[edit]

Gallery
  • Alex Stinson and Jake Orlowitz presented this as part of ALA 2015. For the presentation information see this. To make copies of the slides, for use in other contexts, see: this google doc.

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