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| rowspan="3" style="background:#DDA0DD;" | [[#pl7|Content Gender Gap + Diversity @ Wikipedia]]<br/><small>[&nbsp;[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQz_8ipDLp0 Livestream]&nbsp;]</small>
 
 
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| rowspan="4" style="background:#E0FFFF;" | [[#bk7|Editing Wikipedia: Should American Women Check Their Civil Rights at the Door?]]
 
| rowspan="4" style="background:#E0FFFF;" | [[#bk7|Editing Wikipedia: Should American Women Check Their Civil Rights at the Door?]]
| rowspan="4" style="background:#E0FFFF;" | [[#bk8|Roundtable: Affiliates + Diversity]]
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| rowspan="4" style="background:#E0FFFF;" | [[#bk9|Tools for Organizing Online Work: What Do We Need?]]
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| rowspan="4" style="background:#E0FFFF;" | [[#bk10|Content Gender Gap + Diversity @ Wikipedia]]
 
| rowspan="4" style="background:#E6FFE6;" | ''[[#uc|Unconference / Open Space]]''
 
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! Summary
 
! Summary
 
| The session will describe WMF grant programs and the way that they can be used to address the gender gap, including examples from the Inspire Campaign for the Gender Gap, and offer suggestions for future topics that could be addressed with the WMF grants.
 
| The session will describe WMF grant programs and the way that they can be used to address the gender gap, including examples from the Inspire Campaign for the Gender Gap, and offer suggestions for future topics that could be addressed with the WMF grants.
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! Livestream
 
| https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQz_8ipDLp0
 
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{| class="wikitable plainlinks" style="width:100%;"
 
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! style="background:#DDA0DD;" | Session
 
| style="background:#DDA0DD;" | <span id="pl7">Content Gender Gap + Diversity @ Wikipedia</span>
 
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! Format
 
| Presentation
 
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! Presenter(s)
 
| Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight (WikiProject Women in Red / WikiWomen's User Group)
 
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! Summary
 
| WikiProject Women in Red (WiR) was founded in July 2015 at Wikimania Mexico City. It has created over 17,000 articles in its first 10 months of existence on a budget of US$0. WiR's scope addresses content gender gap by creating women's biographies and articles about women's works, broadly construed. WiR has hosted 16 virtual edit-a-thons including those which focused on Asian Pacific American women, MENA (Middle Eastern North African) women, Black women's history, Jewish women's hIstory, and LGBTQ women. This presentation addresses diversity event planning, execution, and post-morteum in the context of content gender gap. It provides links to the mentioned edit-a-thons, associated redlink lists, comm plans (invitations, thank you notes, barnstars). It addresses WiR's social media strategy (e.g. @wikiwomeninred). The intended outcome is for attendees to be able to replicate WiR's "toolkit" across other language Wikipedias.
 
 
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| style="background:#E0FFFF;" | <span id="bk8">Roundtable: Affiliates + Diversity</span>
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| style="background:#E0FFFF;" | <span id="bk9">Tools for Organizing Online: What Do We Need?</span>
 
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! Format  
 
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| Roundtable Discussion
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! Summary
 
! Summary
| An open discussion about how Wikimedia Affiliates (such as chapters and user groups) can plan an effective role in promoting diversity.
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| We have WikiProject Women in Red, WikiProject Women's Health, etc. We are starting to build tools to scale online organizing. So much more needs to be done. Come to James Hare, product manager of WikiProject X, with your demands.
 
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! Etherpad
 
! Etherpad
| https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/DivCon_bk8
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| style="background:#E0FFFF;" | <span id="bk10">Content Gender Gap + Diversity @ Wikipedia</span>
 
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! Format  
 
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| Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight (WikiProject Women in Red / WikiWomen's User Group)
 
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! Summary
 
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| We have WikiProject Women in Red, WikiProject Women's Health, etc. We are starting to build tools to scale online organizing. So much more needs to be done. Come to James Hare, product manager of WikiProject X, with your demands.
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| WikiProject Women in Red (WiR) was founded in July 2015 at Wikimania Mexico City. It has created over 17,000 articles in its first 10 months of existence on a budget of US$0. WiR's scope addresses content gender gap by creating women's biographies and articles about women's works, broadly construed. WiR has hosted 16 virtual edit-a-thons including those which focused on Asian Pacific American women, MENA (Middle Eastern North African) women, Black women's history, Jewish women's hIstory, and LGBTQ women. This presentation addresses diversity event planning, execution, and post-morteum in the context of content gender gap. It provides links to the mentioned edit-a-thons, associated redlink lists, comm plans (invitations, thank you notes, barnstars). It addresses WiR's social media strategy (e.g. @wikiwomeninred). The intended outcome is for attendees to be able to replicate WiR's "toolkit" across other language Wikipedias.
 
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! Etherpad
 
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| https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/DivCon_bk9
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Revision as of 23:33, 17 June 2016

Kelly Doyle of West Virginia University
Cecelia Musselman leads a session

All Diversity Conference photos on Wikimedia Commons

Program

Friday, June 17

Saturday, June 18

Badge pick-up

All attendees must register in advance; there will be no on-site registration. Badge pick-up for pre-registered attendees will be open daily in the McGowan Theater lobby:

Friday, June 17 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday, June 18 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Session summaries

Main sessions

Breakout sessions

Unconference