Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Italian Wikiversity - strategy page
What group or community is this source coming from?
|name of group||Italian Wikiversity|
|virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country)||it:v:Dipartimento:Wikiversità/Strategia del Movimento Wikimedia 2017|
|Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference)||local wiki|
|# of participants in this discussion (a rough count)||4|
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|Line||Statement (summary sentence)||Keywords|
|1||Wikimedia Foundation and affiliates should give more space to sister projects in their initiatives and in their communications.||sister_projects|
|2||Wikimedia foundation should give more technical support to sister projects.||sister_projects, tech, engineering|
|3||Wikimedia projects should pay more attention to children and schools.||children, school|
|4||Wikipedia is too complicated for most children.||complication, children|
|5||Wikimedia should cooperate with Vikidia, as Italian Wikiversity is already doing.||Vikidia, children|
|6||Movement affiliates should participate to public calls for bids to make Wikimedia projects more known.||call for bids|
|7||We should work also with languages like Ladin||minor-languages|
|8||Wikisource should be integrated with educational programme on Wikiversity.||interconnection|
|9||We should take advantage of the possibility of using our projects with student with reading disorders or visual impairment||special_needs|
|10||Spreading access to knowledge is important and Kiwix can help where there is no internet access.||Kiwix, access, knowledge|
|11||For Wikiversity it is particularly important to partner with schools and students.||partners, school, students|
|12||Users specialized in certain topics are needed to improve specialist content.||specialist, content, quality|
|13||Wikiversity needs to be more known.||promotion, communication|
|14||Wikiversity is already more unite, cooperative and kind than Wikipedia||kindness|
|15||Innovation is important. E.g. using Extension Education Program to better collaborate with students.||innovation|
|16||We should try twinning between different projects in different languages, to help with tech, new ideas, counter-vandalism, etc.||twinning|
|17||Creations of new wikis (e.g. Wikiversity in new languages) should be incentived.||new-wikis|
|18||We should incentivize existing small wikis and give some gratificaions to their users so that projects are kept alive.||small-wikis|
|19||We should organize yearly event on the same day in many cities to meet and promote Wikipedia and sister projects.||events, meetup|
|20||Establish an official Wiki day (e.g on the day of the birthday of Wikipedia)||events|
|21||Wikiversity beta and Oldwikisource should be more known||Wikiversity beta, Oldwikisource, minor projects|
|22||Wikiversity beta and Oldwikisource could be used as a place for centralized discussion between projects in different languages.||Wikiversity beta, Oldwikisource, inter-connection|
|23||Users should be more engaged in software development by WMF.||software development, engineering|
|24||There could be some competition to collect proposal for new tools and extension and decide which ones to develop.||software development, engineering|
|25||Spread vandal fighting across all the projects, creating more advanced tools and engaging more users.||SWMT, vandal-fighting, software development|
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