Hi, Kayz911, thank you for submitting this final report. Your complete grant report has been reviewed and accepted, and documentation of expenses has been received and accepted.
- Congratulations on such a high turnout! We're pleased that the edit-a-thon was such a fun, productive, and enriching experience for you, your students, and the faculty. Have any of the 35 new editors continued editing Wikipedia since the event?
- What feedback, if any, did you get about the event after presenting to your department?
Thank you for your engagement with the reporting review process, and with your work throughout the grants process. We appreciate the outcomes from your project, and what you learned with WMF and the community. We also warmly welcome any updates you would like to provide us about your completed project. We thank you for your work for the movement, and offer you our best wishes for your future work.
After presenting I've gotten with a few members of the psychology department and we are going to work on a grant for the spring to do another edit A Thon, as well as bring a few members of the sociology Department into our user group. We expect to apply in March or April Kayz911 (talk) 21:15, 22 December 2018 (UTC)