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Brochure in PDF format, collecting these case studies, published June 2012. (direct download)

Since Wikipedia began in 2001, educators around the world have integrated the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit into their curriculum. In 2010, the Wikimedia Foundation started the Wikipedia Education Program to provide more support for educators who are interested in using Wikipedia as a teaching tool.

In the following pages, educators will explain Wikipedia assignments they’ve used to meet learning objectives for their courses. They will also explain how they assessed or graded these assignments. These case studies can help you form a plan for how you can use Wikipedia as a teaching tool in your class.

Published case studies

Case Studies: Assignments

  • Definitions, James M. Lipuma and Davida Scharf, United States
  • Photos, Jiří Reif, Czech Republic
  • Videos, Jennifer Geigel Mikulay, United States
  • Internship, Edward Galloway and William Daw, United States

Case Studies: Grading

  • Content, Anne McNeil, United States

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