Learning patterns/Multiple project events

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A learning pattern forproject management
Multiple project events
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problemIf you dealing with small human capacities so you want to address several different target groups at once.
solutionYou can organize multiple project events. For example you can organize an exhibition in GLAM institutions along with an edit-a-thon. Participants of the edit-a-thon could be students.
creatorIvanaMadzarevic
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created on16:00, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
status:DRAFT

What problem does this solve?[edit]

In this way, you're targeting new partners, GLAM staff, education institutions and high school or university students. From this kind of edit-a-thon, you can develop new partnerships of all type of institutions (Education institutions, GLAM institution).

What is the solution?[edit]

Things to consider[edit]

You can organize multiple project events. For example you can organize an exhibition in GLAM institutions along with an edit-a-thon. Participants of the edit-a-thon could be students.

When to use[edit]

In order to illustrate this, we will describe concrete events organized in this way. Fashion edit-a-thon took place in Museum of Applied Arts with 25 participants. Some of those participants were high school students and teachers from School of Design. This year they have expressed an interest in multiplying education/edit-a-thon event in their school. Similar situation was in Homeland Museum in Knjaževac, where we had an edit-a-thon, Wiki Loves Monuments exhibition and later on Education project in Knjaževac Gymnasium.

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