Wikipedia talk:GLAM/Bookshelf

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Preston's list from GLAMcamp DC Saturday[edit]

(Copied over from by Gaurav (talk) 19:07, 12 February 2012 (UTC)); we should check if we've got all of this and make them easily accessible)

  • Outreach
    • For institutional leaders (providing incentive to participate)
    • For institution staff
    • For volunteers
  • Educational/How-To
    • Terms/acronyms/etc., for non-Wikipedians
    • How to perform a large donation
    • Bulk donation upload tips, tricks, troubleshooting, concerns
    • How to collect statistics on a donation
    • Rights and licensing
    • Ambassadorship
    • Reference materials
    • Organizational/project chart and roles
  • Opportunities
    • Volunteer opportunities
    • Residency opportunities
  • Contacts (WP:GLAM/US/Connect?)
    • Professional organizations
    • Institutions
    • Other organizations? Educational, non-profit?
  • Resources
    • Tools
    • Documents
    • Lists
    • Recent donations
    • Manual of style
  • Needs
    • Tool/service requests

Additional resources to add[edit]

Additional resources to be created/updated[edit]


Is this page actually US-centric? Because of the US part of the page title, I added it to "Category:Wikipedia GLAM in the United States", but if this page is not US-centric, perhaps it should be moved to just Wikipedia:GLAM/Bookshelf. --Another Believer (Talk) 22:17, 17 April 2013 (UTC)

Working with Wikipedia -a Museum's Perspective (probably not good enough quality for the bookshelf)[edit]

In case it should be of interest, here's a rather basic video of a presentation I gave about my impressions of what it was like as a curator in a small UK museum to start working with Wikipedia. (We were introducing QRpedia codes into one gallery as an experiment back in 2011). Something must have rubbed off - six years later I am retired, but now still very heavily committed to Wikipedia! Regards from the UK, Nick Moyes (talk) 14:17, 29 November 2017 (UTC)