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Wikidata and GLAMs - Jason Evans, Wikimedian in Residence at the National Library of Wales

The National Library of Wales, Wikimedia UK, and the editing community have worked together since 2014 to host a Wikimedian in Residence and in August 2017 the National Library appointed a…

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Histropedia - the Timeline of Everything

Histropedia: “The power of data visualisation combined with free knowledge.” Histropedia is a website developed by Navino Evans and Sean McBirnie that visualises different events in the…

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Putting Wikipedia and Open Practice into the mainstream in a University - Martin Poulter at OER17

Putting Wikipedia and Open Practice into the mainstream in a University. Timeslot: Wed, Apr 5 2017, 11:20am – 12:40pm at the 2017 Open Educational Resources Conference in London. Authors:…

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Martin Poulter on Histropedia at Repository Fringe 2016

Histropedia is an open platform, designed to allow the world to collaborate and share their historical knowledge. Wikidata is a Wikimedia project creating a structured database to support Wikipedia…

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"Your OERs will outlive you: Open Education in the long term" - Martin Poulter at Repo Fringe 2016

Dr Martin Poulter is the past Wikimedian In Residence at the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford, former Wikimedia Ambassador for Jisc, and promotes open education in the Economics Network based at the…

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Wikidata Sparql Query Tutorial

Navino Evans, co-founder of Histropedia (www.histropedia.com), co-presented a Wikidata Showcase at Repository Fringe 2016 at the University of Edinburgh on 2nd August 2016. Here he demonstrates how…

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