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Activity/Output Behavior outcome Learning outcome Non-program Environmental Non-program Personal Program design Grand Total
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Educators 4 10 6 1 2 27 50
Students 4 6 4 4 21 12 46
Grand Total 0 8 16 10 5 23 39 101
Survey Question Target audience Type of program Area Topic Type
1 Of all the Wikimedia projects that met through the course what you were the most used? (wikipedia, commons, etc.) Educators Online Activity/Output Editing activity Behavior
1 During course development activity: Did you make editing Wikipedia? Educators Online Activity/Output Editing activity Behavior
2 Which of the following resources did your students use when completing the assignment? Educators Offline Activity/Output Resources Behavior
2 Did you instruct your students to use VisualEditor? Educators Offline Activity/Output Resources Behavior
3 Would you use Wikipedia in your school projects or educational? * Educators Offline Behavior outcome Classroom application Behavior
3 Do you think you'll work with your students than the notion of "verifiable information"? * Educators Offline Behavior outcome Classroom application Behavior
3 Do you think you're going to implement some of the activities that you have just created in Hackathon? * Educators Offline Behavior outcome Classroom application Behavior
2 Do you plan to teach with Wikipedia again? Educators Offline Behavior outcome Classroom application Behavior
1 Do you want to continue editing? Educators Online Behavior outcome Editing activity Attitude
2 Would you be interested in helping us connect your institution with a Visiting Scholar? Educators Offline Behavior outcome Engagement/outreach Attitude
2 Would you be willing to recruit a colleague to teach with Wikipedia next term? Educators Offline Behavior outcome Engagement/outreach Attitude
2 The Wiki Education Foundation is dedicated to sharing stories about successful Wikipedia assignments. May we contact you about sharing your story? Educators Offline Behavior outcome Engagement/outreach Attitude
1 Would you do the course again? Educators Online Behavior outcome Return to course/program Attitude
2 Briefly describe why you taught with Wikipedia again this term. Educators Offline Behavior outcome Return to course/program Attitude
2 How would you compare your Wikipedia assignment with a traditional assignment (such as a term paper) in achieving the following student learning objectives? Educators Offline Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
3 Did it change your perception about Wikipedia as an educator after this experience? * Educators Offline Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
3 Did it change your perception on the use of data in education? * Educators Offline Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
1 In education: Do you think that any of the Wikimedia projects, and Wikipedia in particular, they can be useful as a teaching resource? Educators Online Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
1 What were the ideas and projects Wikipedia changed after the course and its educational application? Educators Online Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
1 Your knowledge of free culture, will it improved? Educators Online Learning outcome Wikimedia awareness Attitude
1 Could you express in one sentence what the course meant for you? Educators Online Learning outcome Wikimedia awareness Attitude
2 Wiki Ed is interested in demographic information about the students we support. Please provide your best estimate for the following: (percentage of demographics) Educators Offline Non-program Environmental Classroom demographics Attribute
1 Name and surname Educators Online Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
1 Wikipedia User Educators Online Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
3 What is your opinion about the choice of the general theme of Educational Hackathon (Big Data, Digital Sources, Free culture)? * Regular Good Very good Excellent Educators Offline Program design Content & Fit Attitude
3 Did the tour of the art show Big Bang Data feel like a contribution to the creative process? * Educators Offline Program design Content & Fit Attitude
3 What other subject or problem you interested in an upcoming event like this? * Educators Offline Program design Content & Fit Attitude
1 Once you completed the course, how would you rate the following quality characteristics that we present below (Clarity, Quality, Innovation) Educators Online Program design Content & Fit Attitude
1 What other topics would you like to see / deeper? Educators Online Program design Content & Fit Attitude
3 What is your opinion about the dynamics of work at the tables (with different colleagues)? * Regular Good Very good Excellent Educators Offline Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 The length of the course "bridges between educational, digital and free culture" has been the right one? Educators Online Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 The length of weekly classes was the right one? Educators Online Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 According to the development of the course and your participation on it, how would you rate the development of proposals for activities? (please score with: Very appropriate, Appropriate, Unsuitable or Nothing inappropriate) (Sense training, Implementation, complexity, Teacher Support Team, Consistency in workshops, Time for activities) Educators Online Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 According to the development of the classes, what is your opinion about them?(please score with: Very appropriate, Appropriate, Unsuitable or Nothing inappropriate) (Relevance of materials, Extension Classes, Analysis of experience in the Wikimedia projects) Educators Online Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 How would you describe your overall experience with the campus (accessibility, navigability, technical support)? Educators Online Program design Logistics & Process Attitude
1 What are the three main issues you believe require improvements in the course and what you propose? Educators Online Program design Overall experience Attitude
2 Do you have any additional comments about your Wikipedia assignment or for us at the Wiki Education Foundation? Educators Offline Program design Overall feedback Attitude
2 How useful did they find each resource? Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 What other types of information and tools would you find helpful in teaching with Wikipedia? Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 Did you feel that the Wiki Ed team communicated with you sufficiently throughout the term? Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 Were you satisfied with your Classroom Program Manager (Helaine)? Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 Did your Wikipedia Content Expert provide your students with feedback? Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 Please describe other types of staff support you would find helpful in creating and running your assignment. Educators Offline Program design Resources & Support Attitude
2 How did your students find working with VisualEditor versus wikicode? Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
2 How would you rate your experience with VisualEditor? Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
2 Please evaluate how useful your students found the Dashboard for the following tasks Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
2 What additional Dashboard features would your students find helpful? Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
2 How effective was the Dashboard in meeting your needs? Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
2 What would help the Dashboard meet your needs better? Educators Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
1 How easy or difficult consider to edit in Wikipedia? Educators Online Program design Software & Tools Attitude
4 How would you describe your way of working of the article you responsible? * Students Offline Activity/Output Editing activity Behavior
4 The language wiki articles * Students Offline Activity/Output Editing activity Behavior
4 In addition to the relevant article of viquiprojecte, has published other articles or have participated in other Wikimedia projects? * Students Offline Behavior outcome Editing activity Behavior
4 Back to participate in a similar experience? (scale: Certainly not to I'm sure) Students Offline Behavior outcome Return to course/program Behavior
5 How likely are you to recommend such a course to other students? On a scale of 1-5, 5 being extremely likely and 1 being extremely unlikely Students Offline Behavior outcome Return to course/program Attitude
5 How likely are you to continue editing Wikipedia after the end of this course? On a scale of 1-5, 5 being extremely likely and 1 being extremely unlikely Students Offline Behavior outcome Editing activity Attitude
5 If offered, would you elect to take another course with Wikipedia assignments? Yes/No/Wikipedia assignments are not a factor Students Offline Behavior outcome Return to course/program Attitude
4 What do you think Wikipedia edit rather than a traditional schoolwork? (choose from list) (We would like to know the first feeling you had when you were explaining the "newness") Students Offline Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
4 All critical opinion on the draft proposal ... will be welcome! Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
5 How would you rate your overall assessment of the Wikipedia assignments? On a scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent, and 1 being very bad Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
4 What is your relationship with Wikipedia before participating in the viquiprojecte? (choose from list) Students Offline Non-program Personal WP use Attitude
5 Name (optional) Students Offline Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
5 Wikipedia userame (optional) Students Offline Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
5 What language did you mainly edit in? Arabic/English Students Offline Non-program Personal WP use, language Attribute
4 The introductory sessions to Wikipedia and viquiprojecte of Alex and Esther ... * Students Offline Program design Content & Fit Attitude
4 The use of brackets for links, quotes for bold, system headers, templates ... (difficult, easy, other) Students Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
4 The images and the use of wikimedia commons * You have trouble loading images commons? You have problems with the use of the licenses? How can we improve it? (open) Students Offline Program design Software & Tools Attitude
4 On the other Wikipedians who occasionally also publishes article working (ways interacted with communities) Students Offline Program design WikiCulture Attitude
4 Whether your users as working article (On using user pages) Students Offline Program design WikCulture Attitude
4 Which highlight the positive aspects of the experience of viquiprojecte? (open) Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
4 And what negative? * We want to fix it! (open) Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
5 What did you like best about the Wikipedia assignments in this course? Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
5 What did you like least about the Wikipedia assignments in this course? Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
5 If you could do something differently, what would it be? Students Offline Program design Overall experience Attitude
6 What motivated you to join the course? Students Online Activity/Output Expectations Attitude
6 Do you think the course will be: Students Online Activity/Output Expectations Attitude
6 In what ways do you think you would mostly contribute? Students Online Behavior outcome Editing activity Behavior
7 What would motivate you to get involved in the WEP project OMPR? Students Online Learning outcome Classroom application Attribute
7 Do you think that participating in the project by writing new articles in Wikipedia... Students Online Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
7 Do you like the idea of such a learning project? Students Online Learning outcome Classroom application Attitude
7 In your academic practice so far, have you encountered questions, related to: Students Online Non-program Environmental WP in academia Attitude
7 How have the rest of your teachers addressed to issue of using Wikipedia in the learning process (general trend)? Students Online Non-program Environmental WP in academia Attitude
6 From your previous academic experience, have you ever faced issues related to: Students Online Non-program Environmental WP in academia Attribute
6 How do your teachers consider using Wikipedia in the learning process? Students Online Non-program Environmental WP in academia Attitude
7 Have you used Wikipedia so far and for what? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
7 Which language version do you use predominantly? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use, language Behavior
7 How do you find the information in Wikipedia? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
7 Complete the sentence with your own words: "For me, Wikipedia is ..." Students Online Non-program Personal WP perception Attitude
7 Gender Students Online Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
7 Year of birth: Students Online Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
6 Have you used wiki software so far, and for what? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use, software Behavior
6 Have you ever Wikipedia and for what purposes? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
6 How do you use the content of Wikipedia? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
6 Which language version of Wikipedia are you using (most often)? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use, language Behavior
6 How well do you know Wikipedia and wiki technology? Students Online Non-program Personal WP use, software Attitude
6 Complete the sentence: "For me Wikipedia is... " (please, don't write "an encyclopedia" :) ) Students Online Non-program Personal WP perception Attitude
8 Username of Wikipedia Volunteers Offline Non-program Personal Personal information Attribute
8 Hometown (specify province) Volunteers Offline Non-program Personal Personal information Attitude
8 What is your main activity on Wikipedia? Volunteers Offline Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
8 How often you edit Wikipedia? Volunteers Offline Non-program Personal WP use Behavior
8 Do you know the work of Wikimedia Argentina? Volunteers Offline Non-program Personal WP awareness Attitude

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Program Capacity and Learning

Share your vision for our team's work!

Program Capacity and Learning is an integrated team in the Community Engagement department at the WMF. This team combines staff from The Wikipedia Library, the Wikipedia Education Program, and Learning and Evaluation teams. This page includes the integrated team's mission, scope, and new projects. We would love your input. Please review the information on this page and comment in the discussion page.

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Message to communities
Schedule for planning and strategy

Program Capacity and Learning: Our mission[edit]

Community leaders are vital members of the Wikimedia movement because they spark engagement through Wikimedia programs, bringing content to Wikimedia projects. Through programs, community leaders also build bridges to new opportunities and overcome challenges. Our team empowers community leaders to understand, run, and grow Wikimedia programs.

Broadly, the team's scope is in the following areas:

  • We focus on community leadership development and building capacity.
  • We provide tools and infrastructure to support program growth and knowledge sharing.
  • We help programs make the transition from experimental practice to systematized success.
  • We support the development of Wikimedia affiliates and connect them with movement partners.


Discuss the mission and scope Look at our proposed projects



PC&L support areas[edit]

To get more specific, the Program Capacity and Learning Team has two main support areas
  1. Programs and Learning Infrastructure
  2. Community Leadership Development

1. Programs and Learning Infrastructure[edit]

Supporting shared learning for growing core programs, especially Wikipedia Education Programs, The Wikipedia Library, and the initiatives of GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums)

We support programs and program leaders. Here are example work this team can do:

  • Tools and supporting technology for core programs
  • Recruitment, retention, and development of peer mentors
  • Learning and knowledge-sharing tools
  • Connecting institutional partners with community members
  • Mapping the outcomes of Wikimedia Programs to learn their impact on the world

A model for program growth: A guide for choosing which programs we support[edit]

With the understanding that the Wikimedia Foundation does not run programs, we launched a planning process in November 2015 to consider how this team can support the growth of both existing and new successful programs.

Program Capacity and Learning will focus on supporting programs that are proven to have impact and are more established, rather than new programs that have not yet shown impact. The programs we support are those that have exceeded the "seed" stage, where a program has already been tried out and has shown to have some level of impact. While the specific criteria is still being determined in greater detail, the table below is a starting point to show which programs this team would be able to support, and which programs are outside the team's scope.


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Programs in the seed phase are very new and experimental type of programs. They are not yet ready for replication. Community innovation of programs happens throughout the movement in various networks and channels, such as IdeaLab, Grants, Partnerships, affiliates, or volunteers. For programs have have reached the grow phase, the core model of program activities undergoes refinement to change and improve the model. Replication of programs occurs in different contexts, such as different countries, languages, or spaces. Programs in the scale phase have reached new heights. They become systematized program strategies which are able to more easily reach new audiences and communities. Volunteers adopt, adapt, and expand programs with minimal support.


Discuss Programs and Learning Infrastructure


2. Community Leadership Development[edit]

Supporting broad community leadership development as well as knowledge sharing about community engagement strategies.

Supporting community leaders is necessary for the movement and is one of the core work areas for this team. This is a list of example areas of work for the team:

  • Tools for gathering data and community insights for collaborative decision making.
  • Activities for learning, knowledge sharing, and best practices for community engagement.
  • Matching community members for peer-to-peer mentoring in program growth, impact and organizational development.
  • Staff mentorship, technical consultation including affiliate applications review in support of the Wikimedia Affiliations Committee


Discuss Community Leadership Development


Meet the Team [edit]

Learning and Evaluation[edit]

Education, Libraries and GLAM[edit]


Prioritizing Our Work[edit]

The following criteria guide which projects Program Capacity & Learning staff will resource and work on. Our team focuses on initiatives that support:

  • Impact: Increases content and / or contributors
  • Scalability: Support multiple communities, partnerships, and replication of best practices.
  • Sustainability: Support program and community capacity
  • Community Leadership: Build leadership, encourages collaboration, and engenders trust.
  • Community Need: Point to the need for WMF staff support by multiple data sources.

In our planning we have given priority to community capacity support. This is a subtle, but necessary, shift away from internal WMF data analysis and toward lighter-touch systems for self-support. In this way, we improve competency and tools for self-evaluation and data synthesis by program leaders and Community Resources grants officers. Developing more efficient systems, such as the new Global Metrics API, now in testing, will support our transition to scalable supports for both staff and community volunteers.