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Jackie Koerner

About me[edit]

My name is Jackie Koerner. I have a PhD in Higher Education. I am an educator and advocate passionate about open work and accessibility. Regarding my research, I study complex social problems. I firmly believe in action and participatory research, with a love for ethnography.

Wiki Community Involvement[edit]

Created a user account in 2016!

Rare Disease Day edit-a-thon 2016

Art + Feminism edit-a-thon 2016

Wiknic 2016 in St. Louis, organizer

WikiConference North America 2017 and Wikimania 2017 (presented on Implicit Bias on Wikipedia)

I created a proposal for a project grant to investigate the Impact of Implicit Bias on Wikipedia.

Wikimedia Diversity Conference 2017 (scholarship recipient, reflection)

Joined the editorial board of the WikiJournal of the Humanities

Wikipedia Day 2018 at Wikimedia NYC (invited speaker and scholarship recipient, reflection)

International Women’s Day edit-a-thon 2018

I serve as a member of the Project Grants Committee.

Wikimania 2018 (speaker and scholarship recipient)

WikiConference North America 2018 (speaker and volunteer coordinator)

I serve as a member of the Community Health Working Group.

Wikipedia Day 2019 St. Louis

Editing Wikipedia[edit]

Help for editing Wikipedia[edit]

Find articles

Protecting articles

Write better articles

Communicate with Wikipedians

Articles I'm working on now[edit]

Ugly Law
Sandbox: The Apothetae


November 2016-2018, I was a Wikipedia Visiting Scholar of San Francisco State University and the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability in San Francisco, California. I aimed to abide by Wikipedia's accepted practices on conflict of interest, neutrality, and notability. This was an unpaid position aimed at connecting Wikipedia contributors with content. Read more about the Wikipedia Visiting Scholars program