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Oct 13, 2020 | ISBN 9780262538176

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“… anyone interested in the history, current constitution, and possible future development of a singular contemporary global phenomenon will be stimulated by this anniversary collection.”

Table Of Contents

Introduction: Connections
Joseph Reagle and Jackie Koerner
1: The Many (Reported) Deaths of Wikipedia
Joseph Reagle
2: From Anarchy to Wikiality, Glaring Bias to Good Cop: Press Coverage of Wikipedia’s First Two Decades
Omer Benjakob and Stephen Harrison
3: From Utopia to Practice and Back
Yochai Benkler
4: An Encyclopedia with Breaking News
Brian Keegan
5: Paid With Interest: COI Editing and its Discontents
William Beutler
6: Wikipedia and Libraries
Phoebe Ayers
7: Three Links: Be Bold, Assume Good Faith, and There Are No Firm Rules
Rebecca Thorndike-Breeze, Cecelia A. Musselman, and Amy Carleton
8: How Wikipedia Drove Professors Crazy, Made Me Sane, and Almost Saved the Internet
Jake Orlowitz
9: The First Twenty Years of Teaching with Wikipedia: From Faculty Enemy to Faculty Enabler
Robert E. Cummings
10: Wikipedia as a Role-Playing Game, or Why Some Academics Do Not Like Wikipedia
Dariusz Jemielniak
11: The Most Important Laboratory for Social Scientific and Computing Research in History
Benjamin Mako Hill and Aaron Shaw
12: Collaborating on the Sum of All Knowledge Across Languages
Denny Vrandečić
13: Rise of the Underdog
Heather Ford
14: Why Do I Have Authority to Edit the Page? The Politics of User Agency and Participation on Wikipedia
Alexandria Lockett
15: What We Talk About When We Talk About Community
Siân Evans, Jacqueline Mabey, Michael Mandiberg, and Melissa Tamani
16: Towards a Wikipedia For and From Us All
Adele Vrana, Anasuya Sengupta, and Siko Bouterse
17: The Myth of the Comprehensive Historical Archive
Jina Valentine, Eliza Myrie, and Heather Hart
18: No Internet, No Problem
Stéphane Coillet-Matillon
19: Possible Enlightenments: Wikipedia’s Encyclopedic Promise and Epistemological Failure
Matthew Vetter
20: Equity, Policy, and Newcomers: Five Journeys from Wiki Education
Ian A. Ramjohn and LiAnna L. Davis
21: Wikipedia Has a Bias Problem
Jackie Koerner
22: Capstone: Making History, Building the Future Together
Katherine Maher

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