Wikimedia+Education Conference 2019/Submissions/Evolution of student editions

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This is an Open submission for Wikimedia+Education Conference 2019 that has not yet been reviewed by the members of the Program Committee.

Submission no.
Title of the submission
Evolution of student editions

Author(s) of the submission

Ángel Obregón (Vanbasten_23)

E-mail address

angelobregonsierra@gmail.com

Country/place of origin

Cantabria

Affiliation, if any (organisation, company etc.)

Wikimedia España, UOC.


Main theme
Type of session
Presentations (about a topic you have been working on, 20 min + 10 min q&a)
Scope
teachers, students
Length of session
Do you want to submit a paper for peer-reviewing?
Yes

Abstract

In this study I analyze the editions of my students as the course progresses. I analyze classroom and distance courses for university students to see how they improve their editions over time, and if an improvement is observed, although in recent days the number of editions increases, which will probably decrease the quality of their editions .

How does your proposal add knowledge to the international community in Wikimedia and education?
  1. The results should help teachers to know at what point students are more likely to make erroneous editions. If the students make more mistakes at the beginning, perhaps the moment in which it is edited should be delayed, and if they are in the final part, force the achievement of milestones throughout the project and that the work is not left until the end .
Who is the intended ideal audience for the topic?

Professors that use wikipedia at their clases.

Slides or further information
Special requests

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  1. --Florenciac (talk) 10:28, 19 January 2019 (UTC)