Wikipedia:University of Edinburgh/37th and 38th Month Report

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Institution Resident's Name Period Covered Date of Report List of reports to date
University of Edinburgh Ewan McAndrew 12 January 2019 - 11 March 2019 (Thirty-seventh month and Thirty-eighth month of residency) 25 March 2019 Click here to view all reports.

Work in progress

Running total of staff & student engagement[edit]

Institution Resident's Name Number of training sessions delivered Number of students trained Number of staff trained Members of the public trained Number of editathons Total articles created Total articles improved
University of Edinburgh Ewan McAndrew 156 635 419 260 60 476 1946

Projects delivered[edit]

Strategic Goal 1[edit]

Increase the quality and quantity of coverage of subjects that are currently underrepresented on Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects, with a particular focus on cultural content.

External video
Jess Wade - 2017.jpg
"Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics" - Dr. Jess Wade
One of Nature's '10 people who matter in Science' 2018, Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who made the resolution to make a Wikipedia page every day of 2018 to highlight the often underacknowledged work of women, LGBT+ and scientists of colour. Jess was invited to speak at the University of Edinburgh's Science and Engineering campus by the Women in STEM Society. In this talk, held at the University of Edinburgh's Swann Lecture Theatre on 30 January 2019, Jess addressed why talking about diversity in physics is still so essential and what we need to do about it. You can also watch Jess's TEDx talk here.

Outcomes[edit]

  • Our monthly Wikipedia Women in Red workshop was held on 1 February 2019 at the University of Edinburgh Library. Dashboard page with stats.
    • 7 new articles were created.
    • 2 more were drafted.
    • 47 articles were edited.
    • 147 edits in total.
    • 7 editors.
    • 6,800 words added.
    • 2,090 article views to date as of 1st May 2019.
  • A Wikipedia Diversithon was held on 20 February 2019 for LGBT History Month and the Festival of Creative Learning 2019 in partnership with student groups, Wellcomm Kings and UncoverEd.
    • 12 new articles were created.
    • 2 more were drafted.
    • 28 articles were edited.
    • 249 edits in total.
    • 15 editors.
    • 9,530 words added.
    • 88,400 article views to date as of 1st May 2019.
  • An International Women's Day event was held on 8 March 2019 celebrating the inspirational Women of Edinburgh missing from Wikipedia.
    • 12 new articles were created.
    • 52 articles were edited.
    • 449 edits in total.
    • 16 editors including 2 student editors remotely taking part in Johannesburg, South Africa.
    • 18,900 words added.
    • 82,800 article views to date as of 1st May 2019.

Activities delivered in the past month with stats:[edit]

Event Name Date Location Attendees New Users Gender breakdown
Monthly Women in Red workshop - creating new biography articles of notable women on Wikipedia
List of usernames recorded:
User:Victuallers
User:EKMason21
User:Kaybeesquared
User:Ulverstonian
User:Albanianabalone
User:Jo Crawford
User:traceymadden
Friday 1 February 2019 12:30pm-5:30pm University of Edinburgh, Room 1.08, Main Library, 30 George Square, Edinburgh. 7 4 85.71% female
A Wikipedia Diversithon event to improve Wikipedia's systemic under-representation of notable women, LGBT+ and BAME professionals for LGBT History Month, Black History Month and the Festival of Creative Learning
List of usernames recorded:
User:V.madden25
User:Mainlymazza
User:Yvonnea17
User:Greener.do
User:Scotlandsbestdogmum
User:Redhatpikachu
User:Rosietayl0r98
User:Ckcoxon
User:HSWrx
User:Omeadhbh
User:Henry.p.dee
User:Z nikka
User:Booklover3000
User:Janebnkone
User:Kaybeesquared
20 February 2019 12:30pm-5pm University of Edinburgh, David Hume Tower, Teaching Studio LG.07, George Square, Edinburgh. 15 13 86.66% female
International Women's Day 2019 - creating/improving articles celebrating the inspirational Women of Edinburgh missing from Wikipedia
List of usernames recorded:
User:LornaMCampbell
User:Ammienoot
User:V.madden25
User:Lirazelf
User:Kaybeesquared
User:Albanianabalone
User:Greener.do
User:Janebnkone
User:Aimi.zhou
User:Nhd1
User:LesleyGreer
User:Ad.ashleydee
User:MarvinMidnight
User:Yarnoverhook
User:Gofirst
User:Futureleader88
User:Julestardust
8 March 2019 11am-5pm University of Edinburgh, The Brenda Moon room, Argyle House, 3 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh. 16 4 100% female

Image statistics[edit]

UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for January 2019 920,112 views
UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for February 2019 760,963 views
UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for March 2019 836,518 views
All images uploaded in collaboration between WMUK and the University of Edinburgh Total for January 2019 1,798,982 views
All images uploaded in collaboration between WMUK and the University of Edinburgh Total for February 2019 1,367,754 views
All images uploaded in collaboration between WMUK and the University of Edinburgh Total for March 2019 1,461,225 views
UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for 37 months of monitoring 28,755,106 views
UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for 38 months of monitoring 29,516,069 views
UoE Centre for Research Collections images Total for 39 months of monitoring 30,352,587 views
The 17th century map of Iceland image uploaded from the University of Edinburgh's Centre for Research Collections was our most viewed upload, receiving over 243,767 pageviews in February 2019.

The most viewed images for February 2019 were:

Rank Wikipedia page Monthly views Link to image/video on Commons
1 Iceland 243,767 views Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas, sive, Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi et Fabricati Figura (24696368309).jpg
2 Alexander McQueen 135,322 views Lee Alexander McQueen Headstone Back.png and Lee Alexander McQueen Headstone.png
3 Stan Laurel 128,342 views Stan Laurel plaque at Britannia Music Hall, Glasgow. Uploaded as part of Wiki Loves Monuments 2017..
4 Football 101,890 views Men kicking footballs clip
5 Escherichia coli 83,906 views E.coli image.jpg
6 Rabbit 77,696 views Set of wax models showing development of the rabbit heart, twentieth century (24226156252).jpg
7 Glasgow 75,706 views Pedestrians in Buchanan Street, Glasgow.webm
8 Oslo 57,313 views Railway between Christiania and Bergen - 1916, from the WW1 diary of Ethel Moir.
9 Noah's Ark 56,103 views Woodcut of Noah's Ark from Anton Koberger's "German Bible".
10 Odessa 36,109 views Odessa during first days of Revolution - 1916. From the WW1 diary of Ethel Moir.
11 Electron microscope 30,800 views Bacillus subtilis
12 Weaving 23,528 views Weaving Pattern Cards.jpg and Weavers Loom.jpg
13 Scottish Parliament 17,588 views Flags at the entrance to the Scottish Parliament (Source).webm
14 Paperback 17,409 views Piles of paperback novels (Source).webm
15 Arthur's Seat 16,655 views Clip of Timelapse of clouds over Arthur's Seat.

Activities in the past month with stats:[edit]

Strategic Goal 2[edit]

Support the development of open knowledge in the UK, by increasing the understanding and recognition of the value of open knowledge and advocating for change at an organisational, sectoral and public policy level.

Outcomes[edit]

Activities in the past month with stats:[edit]

Event Name Date Location / Organiser Attendees (approx) Description
ScotWiki Partners Meeting 8 February 2019 Saltire Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University
Host:
Sara Thomas, Scotland Programme Co-ordinator for Wikimedia UK
8 approx. Update on WiR projects and Introduction of new ScotWiki partners
Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade 30 January 2019 Swann Building Lecture Theatre, Science and Engineering Campus, University of Edinburgh
Host:
Women IN STEM, student society at the University of Edinburgh
50-60 approx. Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's '10 people who matter in Science' 2018, she made the resolution to make a Wikipedia page every day of 2018 to highlight the often underacknowledged work of women, LGBT+ and scientists of colour. Jess was invited to speak at the University of Edinburgh's Science and Engineering campus by the Women in STEM Society. In this talk, held at the University of Edinburgh's Swann Lecture Theatre on 30 January 2019, Jess addressed why talking about diversity in physics is still so essential and what we need to do about it.
Screening the Inner World: Mental Health and Emotion in Film and Television 14 November 2018 The Screening Room, 50 George Square, University of Edinburgh
Host:
David Sorfa, Senior Film Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh
70-80 approx. This panel discussion we screened a number of clips from a range of films and programmes and invited panellists and the audience to reflect on the representations of mental health and illness. The event was chaired by Dr. David Sorfa, Programme Director MSc Film Studies at the University of Edinburgh. ,br>Invited panellists included: Dr. Calum Neil (Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory at Edinburgh Napier University); Dr. Laura Cariola (Applied linguist and psychologist); Dr. Rosie Stenhouse (Lecturer in Nursing Studies at the University of Edinburgh); Professor Stephen Lawrie (Chair of Psychiatry and Neuro-Imaging & Head of the Division of Psychiatry at the University of Edinburgh).
Wikidata Training Days 16-17 November 2018 Lister Building (5 Roxburgh Place) on 16 November
David Hume Tower on 17 November
University of Edinburgh
Host:
Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian at the University of Edinburgh
8 approx. These two day training days for Wikimedia UK staff and Wikimedians in Residence included presentations, practical skills training and discussion about the future of Wikidata work.
Dealing with Data - one day conference in the Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh 23 November 2018 Playfair Library, University of Edinburgh
Organiser:
Kerry Miller, Research Data Management Service Coordinator at the University of Edinburgh
50 approx. One day conference themed on Open Science and Open Scholarship. Gave a ten minute presentation on WikiWicca: Teaching data literacy with the Survey of Scottish Witchcraft and enabling Open Science and Open Scholarship with Wikidata.
Women's Suffrage in Scotland - exhibition launch at the University of Edinburgh Library. 29 November 2018 Ground floor, University of Edinburgh Library, 30 George Square, Edinburgh
Organiser:
Kirsty MacNab, Exhibitions Officer at the University of Edinburgh's Library and University Collections division
50 approx. A hybrid exhibition launch on the evening of 29th November incorporating both physical items displayed in glass cabinets and a smart table displaying digital records through a Wikidata-driven timeline of Women's Suffrage in Scotland, created by Women in Red volunteer editors creating new Wikipedia pages about Scotland's suffragettes and pulling these entries together in a Histropedia timeline. I spoke to attendees and invited them to interact with the timeline on the smart table to learn about all the lives and contributions of these remarkable women.
Edinburgh Futures: Data, Data all Around … - one day IT Futures conference in the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh 12 December 2018 Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh
Organiser:
The IT Futures committee at the University of Edinburgh
50 approx. Attended one day conference with following theme: "Surrounded by vast quantities of data, we are confronted by deep problems and extraordinary opportunities. Radical new thinking is needed, imaginative and interdisciplinary. Citydeal is about the University, in collaboration with the City, its businesses and a wider context, building a national centre of expertise, training and ethics, to realise the value in data. Our conference this year seeks to bring us together as a University to understand the breadth of the implications for creativity, research and education. The Usher Institute is already a major centre for the application of data expertise; the Bayes Centre, newly opened, has hit the ground running; the Edinburgh Futures Institute is emerging with a focus perhaps especially on creativity and learning. What do we want it to mean, when we say Edinburgh is Data Capital of Europe?"

Strategic Goal 3[edit]

To support the use of the Wikimedia projects as important tools for education and learning in the UK.

Outcomes[edit]

Course programmes involving Wikipedia assignments after year three[edit]

  1. Research session for Reproductive Biology Honours students. Blog article here. 4th iteration was in September 2018.
  2. World Christianity MSc course Blog article here. - 2nd iteration was in 2017/2018 (course leader on research leave in 2018/2019).
  3. Undergraduate English Literature Course: Global Modernisms: Inter/National Responses to Modernity (ENLI10369) - one iteration before the residency began in 2016.
  4. Translation Studies MSc. Blog article here. Being repeated - Now in its 6th iteration in 2018/2019.
  5. Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) - one iteration in 2016/2017.
  6. Introductory Wikipedia project on the Online History MSc - one iteration in Summer 2016.
  7. Global Health MSc - First iteration in 2018/2019.
  8. Introductory workshop in Digital Sociology MSc - Second iteration to take place this semester in 2018/2019.
  9. Introductory workshop with School of Law - first iteration took place in semester one in 2018/2019.
  10. Wikidata project in Data Science for Design MSc - Second iteration completed in semester one, 2018/2019.
  11. Intellectual Humility (MOOC) - Ongoing Wikipedia component since 2016/2017.
Further collaborations[edit]
  1. Wikimedia for Online Language Learning as part of MSc in Language Teaching / MSc in TESOL.
  2. Psychology in Action MSc - Citizen Science Wikipedia project.
  3. Digital Education MSc - Wikipedia workshop mooted for semester two, 2018/2019 session.
  4. Open Data project on the Management Science course at the University of Edinburgh Business School to be discussed this semester for 2018/2019 session.
  5. Public Health MSc - Wikipedia project mooted for 2019/2020 session.

Activities delivered in the past month with stats:[edit]

Event Name Date Location Attendees New Users Gender breakdown
Translation Studies MSc workshop - Semester Two workshop run by Ewan McAndrew at the University of Edinburgh
List of usernames recorded:
User:Haya-Gh
User:Dubeda
User:Clockworklemon09
User:Ling Yiran
User:MonicaLee1996
User:sirius0106
User:Ashj.allan
User:LUO Jingchun
User:Luiluili
User:Lusihuibei
User:Djcarroll111
User:Joleenpan
User:MengtingKANG
User:Kathh96
User:Alsmith993
User:Amydonovan15
User:Janine SHU
User:GLL2018
User:Zhuijiao Zhang
25 January 2019 1pm-3pm University of Edinburgh, Computing Lab 1.02, 50 George Square, Edinburgh. 18 0 100% female
Histropedia - Workshop run by Ewan McAndrew at the University of Edinburgh library 19 February 2019, 4pm-5pm Edinburgh University Library, 30 George Square, Edinburgh. 3 3 33.33% female

Projects/events in development[edit]

  • Another iteration of the Wikipedia assignment on the Translation Studies MSc course has been confirmed to go ahead in January to April 2019.
  • To finish off and launch the Case Studies booklet of Wikipedia in the Classroom.
  • To prepare an International Women's Day editathon at Argyle House on 8 March 2019.
  • Psychology in Action MSc assignment – discussing first iteration to go ahead in February 2019.
  • Digital education MSc assignment – discussing first iteration to go ahead in February 2019.
  • The import of thesis collection data to Wikidata from the Edinburgh Research Archive is to go ahead now Library Developer Mike Bennett's contract is continuing. Completed necessary preparatory work; just awaiting Mike testing the tool on Wikidata's test site that converts ALMA library catalogue data into a Wikidata-friendly import.
  • Importing a subset of the Tower Block archive images into Datashare and from there importing the images to Wikimedia Commons and linking to structured data in Wikidata. This is an ongoing project which I have discussed with Jason Evans, Wikimedian at the National Library of Wales.
  • Continuing to add more data to Wikidata from the Survey of Scottish Witchcraft database. Recruiting a Data and Visualisation intern (a Witchfinder General) to work on geographical aspect of the import.
  • Co-hosting a Wikipedia Diversithon with the student Wellcome Kings group and UnCoverEd student researchers to add more biographies of notable LGBT+ professionals and BAME professionals missing from the online encyclopedia.
  • Discussing Digital Sociology MSc workshop for March 2019 with course convenor, Kate Orton-Johnson.
  • To meet with Simon Fokt, Learning Technologist at the University of Edinburgh, about a Women in Philosophy editing event.
  • To further explore how Wikipedia editing could become part of the Edinburgh Award programme.
  • To continue meeting objectives in terms of our Athena SWAN commitment to writing new articles about notable women in ten different academic disciplines as part of the new 4 year (2018-2022) Athena SWAN plan.
  • To meet with Chalotte Kemp, Lecturer at Moray House, to discuss a Wikimedia and Online Language Learning project.

Upcoming events in 2019[edit]

  • February 19 - Histropedia workshop for the Festival of Creative Learning.
  • February 20 - Wikipedia Diversithon for LGBT+ History Month and the Festival of Creative Learning. Co-hosted by student Wellcomm Kings group, this event focuses on creating new articles about LGBT+ scientists and BAME scientists missing from the online encyclopedia.
  • March 8 - International Women's Day - a Women of Edinburgh Wikipedia editathon.
  • March 28 - Presentation at the UCISA Leadership Conference in Edinburgh.
  • April 10-11 - Open Education Resources Conference (OER19) in Galway, Ireland. (Not presenting this year).
  • April 26-28 - Presentation at the LILAC Information Literacy Conference in Nottingham.
  • June 19 - Presentation at the Learning and Teaching Conference at the University of Edinburgh.

Media[edit]

New articles and blogposts this month[edit]

Videos[edit]

OER MOOC snippet Date added Plays since 12 Nov. Total number of plays Total pageviews on Commons
Scottish country dancing (Source).webm 6 March 2018 671 4,781 149
Men kicking footballs.webm 7 March 2018 1,466 7,212 139
Pedestrians in Buchanan Street, Glasgow.webm 7 March 2018 558 2,418 116
George_Square_and_the_Old_College_at_sunrise.webm 7 March 2018 180 1,019 39
Piles of paperback novels (Source).webm 6 March 2018 171 2,369 64
Flags at the entrance to the Scottish Parliament (Source).webm 6 March 2018 209 1,078 60
George Square and Appleton Tower - Edinburgh.webm 28 November 2017 273 5,802 1,083
Clip of Timelapse of clouds over Arthur's Seat (Source).webm 6 March 2018 155 1,326 76
The National Monument on Calton Hill (Source).webm 6 March 2018 96 730 36
Men and women on exercise bikes (Source).webm 6 March 2018 100 513 57
Fields by the Pentland Hills.webm 7 March 2018 63 354 43
Clip of Sparkling light effects (Source).webm 6 March 2018 60 418 36
Students in the Meadows, Edinburgh.webm 7 March 2018 56 355 36
Daffodils in George Square (Source).webm 6 March 2018 81 318 36
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh 31 July 2018 507 966 31
Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh. 31 July 2018 38 71 20
Seal at Newburgh beach, Aberdeenshire. 31 July 2018 64 106 25

Wikimedian in Residence - University of Edinburgh Media Hopper channel[edit]

Number of videos Views this month Percentage increase Number of plays this month Percentage increase
254 75 +60% 82 +82%

The most played videos were:

Position Video Plays this month Total plays
1 Editing Wikipedia using Visual Editor:Part 2.3 Adding an image 32 plays 109 plays
2 Editing Wikipedia using Visual Editor: Part 2.4 Adding categories 8 plays 29 plays
3 How easy is Wikipedia's new Visual Editor to use? - 5 min walkthrough 7 plays 155 plays
4 Moving a drafted article into Wikipedia's live space. 3 plays. 307 plays
5 Editing Wikipedia using Visual Editor: Part 2.1 Adding citations and references 3 plays 14 plays

Wikimedian in Residence - Youtube channel[edit]

  • The Wikimedian in Residence channel on Youtube which has now received over 59,878 views in total of its 69 videos with 258 subscribers (5,284 more views and 23,066 minutes watched approx. since the last report with 17 more subscribers, 50 'likes', and 59 'shares' since the last report). These videos have been viewed in 168 countries around the world over the course of the channel's lifetime. 229,047 minutes have now been watched since the channel started.
Number of videos Views this month Minutes watched this month New 'likes' New shares New subscribers Total subscribers Total views Total number of countries viewing the channel
69 5,284 23,066 50 59 17 258 52,696 168

Image uploads to Wikimedia Commons[edit]

Press about the residency[edit]

  1. Edinburgh University searches for 'Wikimedians' - Edinburgh Evening News, 8th October 2015.
  2. University of Edinburgh to employ ‘Wikimedian in Residence’ web editor - The Student Newspaper.org, October 13th 2015.
  3. The History of Medicine gets mentioned in the ILW Awards 2016
  4. The OER16 Conference, co-chaired by Melissa Highton and Lorna M. Campbell, won Wikimedia UK’s Partnership of the Year Award
  5. 'Wikidata and Wikisource Showcase' mentioned on IS News site.
  6. The Wikimedia Residency, as part of the University Of Edinburgh's Open Education team, won 3rd place in ALT's Learning Technologist of the Year awards.
  7. Open Education team (including Wikimedia residency) come third in ALT Learning Technologist of the Year awards - story on the IS News site.
  8. Wikipedia's women problem - Melissa Highton writes for the Dangerous Women project 10th October 2016
  9. STV News 'Live at Five' covers the Ada Lovelace Day - Women in STEM Wikipedia editathon.
  10. New College take on Wikipedia edit-a-thon - Women and Religion 2 November 2016.
  11. Brenda Moon remembered in Wikipedia editathon - article in IS News
  12. Wikipedia editathon and Mary Stewart - Edinburgh Gothic Sat 12 November.
  13. Wikipedia editathon at the University of Sheffield's Centre for the History of the Gothic
  14. Collaborating to built a city of information literacy, a city of Wikipedia - Interview by OEPS Scotland
  15. #1Lib1Ref at the University of Edinburgh - Blog article by Gavin Willshaw, Digital Curator - 2nd February 2017
  16. Fake News and Wikidata - a roundup of the Wikimedia UK Education Summit
  17. Host a Wikimedian - You can't afford not to (blog article)
  18. 'Wikipedia, research and representation- - Dr Amy Burge, Academic Developer at the Institute for Academic Development, University of Edinburgh.
  19. Mary Susan McIntosh and the Women in Red - Lorna Campbell.
  20. What do you do with a dead chemist? - Anne-Marie Scott.
  21. Wikipedia and Writing - Michael Seery, Reader in Education, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh.
  22. Language and Politics - my takeaways by Mina Theofilatou.
  23. How is it almost August? - Lorna Campbell.
  24. While in Scotland - Käbi Suvi, Wikimedia Estonia.
  25. Celtic Knot Conference 2017 in Edinburgh - Astrid Carlsen, Wikimedia Norge.
  26. Wikipedia in the Classroom: developing information literacy, online citizenship and digital research skills - Teaching Matters blog 13th June 2017.
  27. Congratulations to our Wikimedian of the Year - Wikimedia UK blog 1st August 2017.
  28. University of Edinburgh journal vol.48 no.1 - Article about the Edinburgh residency on p.25
  29. Ada Lovelace Day 2017 - celebrating Women in STEM - article on the WiR blog on 1st September 2017.
  30. Scotland loves monuments - article for Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 on the Wir Blog - Friday 8 September 2017.
  31. Wanderings with a Wikimedian - Blog article by Anne-Marie Scott for Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 - Monday 11 September 2017.
  32. Mortuary Chapel, Revisited - Anne-Marie Scott's blog September 30 2017.
  33. Ada Lovelace Day – Professor Elizabeth Slater - Lorna Campbell's blog on October 10 2017.
  34. Ada Lovelace Day - knitting resources
  35. Ada Lovelace Day 2017 photos.
  36. Wikipedia is a very lovely place to be - Anne-Marie Scott's blog.
  37. The 17th century map of Iceland released by the University of Edinburgh's Centre for Research Collections gets a mention in Creative Commons' influential 'State of the Commons report'.
  38. Wikipedia has always depended on the kindness of strangers - Outcomes of Ada Lovelace 2017 on the Wikimedian in Residence blog 19 October 2017.
  39. Wikipedia assignments – getting past the ‘Penguin effect’ and down to the brass tacks of sharing open knowledge - Teaching Matters blog.
  40. Ada Lovelace Day 2017 – Celebrating women in STEM - Edinburgh University Science Magazine.
  41. Another Story about Maps - Blogpost by Anne-Marie Scott 27 October 2017.
  42. Open Tumshies for Halloween - blogpost by Lorna Campbell 31 October 2017.
  43. Internet Transmitted Infections – I’ve got the SPLOTS - Anne-Marie Scott, 16 November 2017.
  44. Wikidata in the Classroom on the Wikimedian in Residence blog 22 November 2017.
  45. Open for all - Mansfield Traquair images hosted on Wikimedia Commons. Blog by Anne-Marie Scott 23 November 2017.
  46. Take an Equal Bite - Blogpost by Melissa Highton about EqualBITE: Gender equality in higher education and the the positive power of wikipedia editathons. 2nd December 2017.
  47. Wikipedia Games / SPLOTPoint - Anne-Marie Scott blog, January 1st 2018.
  48. 2017 Highs, Lows and Losses - Lorna Campbell blog, January 3rd 2018
  49. Wikipedia at 17 – Facts matter. - January 16th 2018.
  50. Reflections on International Women’s Day 2018 and Wikipedia – A Gude Cause - 8 March 2018.
  51. New SPLOT Wikidata tutorial - Wikidata Basics.
  52. Collaborated with John Lubbock at Wikimedia UK to produce Wikimedia UK blogpost: Data on the history of Scottish witch trials added to Wikidata on 9 March 2018.
  53. Libraries, Literacies & Learning – presentation at SCURL event 23 March 2018
  54. Digital Transformation and Data — The Wikimedia Residency at the University of Edinburgh on Medium.com
  55. Wikimedia resources – how to get started.
  56. The OER 18 EdTech editathon 'SPLOT' resource.
  57. Wikimedia at the Open Educational Resources Conference 2018
  58. Whit’s fur ye’ll no go by ye – reflection on 12 months by Ruth Jenkins, Academic Support Librarian at the University of Edinburgh Medical School.
  59. Wikipedia in Higher Education (co-authored with Jemima John, 4th year Law undergraduate student.
  60. Wikipedia in Higher Education… How students are shaping the open web.
  61. Tracings (don’t look too closely)
  62. NEW SPLOT resource created for the Wikidata Workshop at the Digital Day of Ideas.
  63. NEW 'SPLOT' resource for running a Wikipedia translation workshop created for the Celtic Knot 2018 conference at the National Library of Wales on 5-6 July.
  64. NEW 'SPLOT' resource for running a Wikipedia 'micro' editathon workshop initially created by the resident and then Academic Support Librarian colleagues tailored & populated the resource for use at the EAHIL conference in Cardiff on 13 July.
  65. Wikipedia in the Classroom – how students are shaping the open web - Teaching Matters blog
  66. Case study about the Wikidata in the Classroom project on the Data Science for Design MSc course. Uploaded to Wikimedia Commons and shared in Wikidata Status Updates.
  67. Towards Open-ish? - a hybrid conversation organised as part of the Wikimania conference in Cape Town.
  68. Languages - blog about whether other language Wikipedias should refer to all places in Scotland by their Gaelic names.
  69. Newspapers - created a Wikipedia page as part of Mike Caulfield’s Newspapers on Wikipedia project.
  70. Reflections on CELT Symposium 2018 - includes mention of our Open Content Curation Student Interns and the Wikimedia in the Classroom initiatives.
  71. The Soul of Liberty: Openness, Equality and Co-creation - transcript of Lorna Campbell's keynote at CELT 2018 - includes Wikipedia in the classroom initiatives and Wikidata projects at the University of Edinburgh.
  72. Circular Records Hall on Atlas Obscura - one of Lorna's photographs was featured in Atlas Obscura. It was one that she uploaded to Wikimedia Commons as part of the Wiki Loves Monuments competition last year.
  73. What I did on my holidays - taking pictures for Wiki Loves Monuments.
  74. Academia and Wikipedia – a presentation at Maynooth University on 18 June 2018.
  75. Celebrating 100 years of Votes for Women
  76. Ada Lovelace Day 2018 – nominate Women in STEM heroines.
  77. Open.Ed – OER and Open Knowledge at the University of Edinburgh.
  78. Wikidata in the Classroom and the WikiCite project - presentation at Repository Fringe 2018.
  79. University wins Wikimedia UK’s Partnership of the Year award
  80. University of Edinburgh wins Wikimedia UK Partnership of the Year Award.
  81. Open.Ed at RepoFringe18
  82. Scotland loves Monuments 2018
  83. Wiki Loves Monuments 2018
  84. The internet’s favourite website for information.
  85. How to run a Wikipedia editathon – a workshop for health information professionals at the EAHIL conference - This post was authored by Ruth Jenkins, Academic Support Librarian at the University of Edinburgh.
  86. Ada Lovelace Day – 1 month to go!
  87. Facts and Fallacies: Cultural Representations of Mental Health
  88. Edinburgh Gothic for Robert Louis Stevenson Day 2018
  89. Witchy Wikidata – a 6th birthday celebration event for Halloween
  90. Editing Wikipedia as part of teaching public health? by Felix Stein, by Global Health MSc course leader at the University of Edinburgh.
  91. JISC Case study:Wikimedia in the curriculum - addressing the challenges of digital and information literacy, digital scholarship and open knowledge at the University of Edinburgh.
  92. The New Statesman:From Chinese spies to award-winning geologists, we’re making women visible on Wikipedia - co-authored with Siobhan O'Connor, Sara Thomas and Alice White.
  93. Wikimedian in Residence blog:You can’t be what you can’t see - creating new role models on Wikipedia to encourage the next generation of #ImmodestWomen.
  94. Women scientists being whitewashed from Wikipedia – Ewan McAndrew, Siobhan O’Connor, Dr Sara Thomas and Dr Alice White
  95. International Women’s Day 2019
  96. Recruiting a Witchfinder General
  97. Women and Wikipedia….Open Learning and a hobby for life!
  98. Translation and Open Education – An Experiment using Wikipedia
  99. Wikipedia in Higher Education: How students are shaping the open web
  100. Diversifying Wikipedia for the Festival of Creative Learning 2019
  101. JISC case study – Wikimedia in the curriculum: Addressing the challenges of digital and information literacy, digital scholarship and open knowledge at the University of Edinburgh