User:Jodi.a.schneider

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Greetings, I'm Jodi Schneider, a researcher at the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, INRIA.

Wikipedia & My Research on Wikipedia[edit]

I have been editing the English Wikipedia since October 2006. I contribute mainly by adding redirects, fixing typos and grammar, and flagging articles that need improvement. Occasionally I'll set out to edit specifically, rather than editing as I read; fun but time-consuming!

Besides editing Wikipedia, I research it, in part through talking with and interviewing other Wikipedians. If you have any questions or do not feel comfortable, please feel free to ask via email, or for public discussions, on my Talk page.

My current Wikipedia research project, with Aaron Halfaker and Bluma Gelley, is about new editors, draft articles, and AfC. My dissertation research used AfD as a case study.

My Studies[edit]

My scholarly interests are in information, people, and technology. Specifically, I am interested in how people share and create knowledge, and how the technologies we use shape information and knowledge production. I am particularly interested in Internet-based and Internet-mediated communication -- both in shaping it with the Semantic Web and in understanding how scholarly communication, peer knowledge production, and social networks are already operating online. You can see more about what I'm working on my academic homepage. Recently I completed my Ph.D. from the Digital Enterprise Research Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway; my dissertation used Wikipedia AfD discussions as a case study.

Other wiki projects[edit]

I am also an admin for AcaWiki, a structured semantic wiki for summarizing research papers.

Comments[edit]

Please leave comments on my talk page or get in touch via email.

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Questions[edit]

Wondering how to create permalinks into the LoC catalog in general. Here's one example. http://catalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&CMD=NALL+%22avram+henriette?%22&CNT=25+records+per+page

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Things I Could Work on[edit]

  • Consider writing Free_Lance_Programmers based on ACM Europe Women's newsletter #1 Fall 2013, mentioning them in connection with Blechtley Park 2013 event.
  • Consider proposing as an article topic: Physical disability in Victorian England
    • Lacom, Cindy. "" The Time Is Sick and out of Joint": Physical Disability in Victorian England." PMLA (2005): 547-552.
    • Angell, Katherine. "Joseph Merrick and the Concept of Monstrosity in Nineteenth Century Medical Thought." Hosting the Monster 52 (2008): 131.
  • Consider proposing as an article topic: Disability in Gothic literature
    • Anolik, Ruth Bienstock, ed. Demons of the body and mind: essays on disability in gothic literature. McFarland, 2010.
    • Smith, Andrew. "Pathologising the Gothic." Gothic Studies 2 (2000): 292-305.
    • "Edgar Allan Poe figures the gothic as disability..." Garland-Thomson, Rosemarie. "Disability and Representation." PMLA (2005): 522-527.
    • Punter, David. "‘A foot is what fits the shoe’: Disability, the Gothic and Prosthesis." Gothic Studies 2.1 (2000): 39-49.
    • “Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on

Disability in Gothic Literature,” -- especially Anolik, Ruth Bienstock. "Introduction: Diagnosing Demons: Creating and Disabling the Discourse of Difference in the Gothic Text." Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature: 1-20.

    • Hall, Cynthia. "“Colossal Vices” and “Terrible Deformities” in George Lippard’s Gothic Nightmare." Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature (2010): 35.
    • "Archibald Craven as the gothic figure of disability" in Holmes, Martha Stoddard. "Crippling Colin: Disability in Two Film Versions of The Secret Garden." Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden: A Children's Classic at 100 6 (2011): 209.
    • "In a typical gothic tale, physical disability, such as the loss of an eye or a hunchback, produces feelings of horror and repulsion in the reader."

Brown, Alan. "The Gothic Movement." Edgar Allan Poe in Context (2012): 241.

Things to get someone else to do[edit]

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Sources in WikiProjects[edit]

See also http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&redirs=1&search=sources+wikiproject&fulltext=Search&ns4=1&ns12=1

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Pages I appear to have started[edit]

  *Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  *Rain pants
  *Whren v. United States
  *CiteProc
  *John Woodbridge
  *Constance Aston Fowler
  *Workgroup (computer networking)
  *Dina St Johnston
  *LeRoy Wiley Gresham
  *Bound by Law? Tales from the Public Domain
  *William T. O'Higgins
  *Richard Grossman (publisher)

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  1. ^ Alleluia Episode 8, 2012-11-12, BBC Alba
  2. ^ Lothian Gaelic Choir triumphs Saturday 16 October 1999. Herald Scotland