Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Wikimedia Nederland staff
What group or community is this source coming from?
|name of group||Wikimedia Nederland Staff|
|virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country)||Utrecht, the Netherlands|
|Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference)||in person and online|
|# of participants in this discussion (a rough count)||6|
The summary is a group of summary sentences and associated keywords that describe the relevant topic(s). Below is an example.
The first column (after the line number) should be a single sentence. The second column should be a comma-separated list of keywords about that sentence, and so on. Taken together, all the sentences should provide an accurate summary of what was discussed with the specific community.
|Line||Statement (summary sentence)||keywords|
|1||[Example 1: Sentence] Wikimedia stands for a purity of knowledge and facts, untainted by commercial interests or political agendas, and promotes a knowledge culture of balanced information and cited sources.||[Example 1: Keywords] independence, verifiability, facts matter|
|2||[Example 2: Sentence] We should explore new kinds of knowledge spaces, embracing innovation in order to survive and thrive in 2030.||[Example 2: Keywords] innovation, forms of knowledge|
Summary for the discussion:
|Line||Statement (summary sentence)||Keywords|
|1||The Wikimedia projects cover the entire spectrum of knowledge. Gaps have been mapped and systematically filled. Cooperation between the various projects has been optimised, reducing overlap and promoting synergy.||content, coverage, quality|
|2||We provide a complete learning environment, including access to supporting materials.||content, quality, education|
|3||We provide access to knowledge in a variety of manners (not just images and text); options such as 3-d printing and virtual or augmented reality have been integrated.||knowledge representation, innovation|
|4||In providing access to knowledge we take into account the needs and limitations of current and future users. We also provide for individuals whose capability to use the Wikimedia projects is restricted by visual impairment, dyslexia, limited literacy of cognitive challenges.||readers, impairments, access|
|5||The Wikimedia communities are open and welcoming to new users; all the Wikimedia projects are safe, friendly and social spaces. It is widely accepted that sharing knowledge is a social activity.||community, atmosphere, safety|
|6||The composition of Wikimedia editing communities reflects society as a whole. Contributing to the Wikimedia projects has become commonplace.||community, diversity, participation|
|7||There is an infrastructure of support which allows emerging communities to develop and prosper quickly.||participation, globalisation, user support|
|8||Wikimedia affiliates are seen as the ‘go to’ organisations for any institution interested in sharing knowledge.||affiliates, partnerships|
|9||GLAM institutions worldwide have active and productive relationships with the Wikimedia projects, and have the skills to share knowledge without outside help.||partnerships, GLAM, capacity building|
|10||The academic world has accepted the WIkimedia-projects as reliable sources of knowledge. Researchers and students feedback the results of their work into the projects.||reliability, academia, partnerships|
|11||We encourage and support research into the Wikimedia-projects and use the results to improve them.||research, innovation, academia|
|12||As a movement, we remain independent of commercial or political interests.||independence, neutrality|
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