As we approach the end of the year, we look back on a conference that looked towards the future.
The conference logo
The conference took place at the United States National Archives Building
Financial sponsorship was provided by the Wiki Education Foundation
National Archives' Wikipedia exhibit
Presentation "A walk through Wikicommons and Wikisource" (PDF)
Presentation "An ambitious Wikidata tutorial" (PDF)
Presentation "Journalism and the online information community" (PDF)
Presentation "Women ... it takes a village" (PDF)
Presentation "Community health workshop" (PDF)
Questions in the auditorium
Keynote speaker Alice Backer (left) with Sherry Antoine (right). Backer is the founder of AfroCROWD, and Antoine is the AfroCROWD Project Manager
Keynote speaker Danielle Citron, Professor of Law at the University of Maryland
Keynote speaker Andrew Lih, Associate Professor of Journalism at the American University School of Communication
A photo at "Your rights as an American and as a Wikipedian"
Lightning talks signup
Where are we today (SWOT analysis)?
Where do we want to be 15 years from now ...
...and how do we get there?
"Addressing the Gender Gap – Wiki Edu projects for digital humanities"
"Are the obstacles academic?"
"Here comes (a significant fraction of) everybody"
"How we organized a 1500-person meetup (and you could too)"
Keynote speaker Pamela Wright, Chief Innovation Officer for the National Archives and Records Administration
Report from the GLAM-Wiki US Consortium
Special Remarks by Dr. John Howard, director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
"Teaching research and critical thinking skills through Wikipedia"
"The Wiki Education Foundation in a flash"
"Vegetation wants to be free"
"Why Wikipedia works for us – an exploration of innovation at the National Archives"
"WikiWomen's User Group – next steps"
"Women ... it takes a village"
"Working with academic experts in a feminism distributed editing project"
An Ambitious Wikidata Tutorial
Crowd Wisdom and Problem Solving – How can Wikimedia engage
Data in Your Wiki!
Decreasing promotionalism to preserve the Encyclopedia
GLAM-Wiki 2.0 – new opportunities for growing GLAM-Wiki in the United States
How "100 Wikidays" Got me back to being a Wikipedia contributor
Making 2016 the Wikipedia Year of Science
Open Biomedical Knowledge – Wikipedia, Wikidata, and beyond
Where in the World is Wikipedia – A look at the geographic distribution audited content on the English Wikipedia
Wikipedia and DOTs
Wikipedia in the global social studies classroom