Monthly Archive:: June 2022

Matthew Vetter, Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Understanding Instructor Motivations for Adopting Wikipedia-Based Assignments

On Wiki Education Week:Β  What are the benefits of using Wikipedia in the classroom? Matthew Vetter,

Naniette Coleman, University of California Berkeley – Diversifying the Hands that Combat Misinformation One Wikipedia β€œedit” Button Click at a Time

On Wiki Education Week:Β  Everyone can work to combat misinformation. Naniette Coleman, PhD candidate in sociology

Zachary McDowell, University of Illinois at Chicago – Wikipedia and the Representation of Reality

On Wiki Education Week:Β  Not all groups have the same representation on Wikipedia. Zachary McDowell, assistant

Trudi Jacobson, North-West University – Students Reflect on Their Roles and Responsibilities as Wikipedia Editors

On Wiki Education Week:Β  What responsibilities do authors have on a public forum? Trudi Jacobson, extraordinary

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.06.27)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.06.27   Monday, June 27th Trudi Jacobson, extraordinary professor at

The Academic Minute for 2022.06.20-2022.06.24

  The Academic Minute from 06.20 – 06.24 Monday, June 20th Thomas Shohfi – Rensselaer Polytechnic

Dena Davis, Lehigh University – What Would Americans Want, If They Were Diagnosed With Dementia

The right form of care for those suffering dementia is critical. Dena Davis, professor in bioethics

Steven Walkley, Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Rare Disease: When The Diagnoses Is Not The Answer

How do we go beyond the diagnosis to help families cope? Today on The Academic Minute:

Linda Charmaraman, Wellesley College – For LGBTQ Youth, Social Media Can Have Unexpected Benefits

Social media’s drawbacks are well documented, but there are positives too. Linda Charmaraman, senior research scientist

Marisa Zapata, Portland State University – Striving For Equity In Your Process: A Music Analogy

What can composing music teach us about improving collaboration in government advisory groups? Marisa Zapata, associate