Grants:TPS/Magioladitis/ICT2016

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This Wikimedia Participation Support request was funded in the fiscal year 2014-15. A report is available.

statusfunded
ICT2016
summaryPresenting two submissions about Wikipedia Education Program in School for adults
event locationAthens, Greece
event date(s)5-6 November 2016
amount requested380
home countryGreece
creatorMagioladitis
endorse
submitted on14:46, 31 July 2016 (UTC)

Proposed participation[edit]

I organise school projects for adults the last 3 years. I have two submissions accepted in this informatics conference, where I will be speaking about a) Wiktionary with educator Kostas Skiadopoulos and b) a proposal I formulated with Geraki and submitted to the Ministry of Education.

Goal and expected impact[edit]

As a result of my talk, everyone in the audience will become aware of the Wikipedia Education Program. It is an effort to encourage more educators and teachers to use Wikipedia in school projects and explain the benefits of it. This is a continuation of last year's effort (see Grants:TPS/Magioladitis/ICT2015/Report) but this time in an even more advanced way since it may end up to a collaboration with the Ministry of Education.

According to the initial schedule, two more educators, who are not connected to the wiki community, will also discuss implementations of Wikipedia sister projects in the class. We also plan to get in contact with them.

Budget breakdown[edit]

  • Travel (round trip airfare from Corfu to Athens): 190 Euros (approx.)
  • Accommodation: 0 Euros (I have a place to stay overnight)
  • Bus/Taxi tickets: 30 Euros.
  • Registration fees: 160 Euros. (Each submission comes with a 40 Euros fee for each name on the papers.)

Other instructions[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

  • Marios is a quite experienced Wikimedian and educator. His presentations will promote Wikipedia to educators and will help expand the Wikipedia Education Program in Greece. Geraki TL 11:06, 3 August 2016 (UTC)