#WikiLovesMonuments: how to promote knowledge of digital cultural heritage at school through the active participation of students in Wikipedia and other free knowledge projects.
Is it possible to educate on cultural and artistic heritage and on landscape through active participation in Wikipedia, the largest free online encyclopedia, and other projects in the Wikimedia galaxy? Of course yes! By participating in this presentation, the teachers will learn to work collaboratively with students to create new cultural contents (encyclopedic entries, photographs, tour guides, multimedia products) that will enrich the largest open archives of free digital resources (Wikipedia, Commons, Wikivoyage).
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Friday 12 October
From 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Room 20 Sala Livia pav. 10
Board member of Wikimedia Italia, archaeologist and project manager at Archeo&Arte3D DigiLab - Interdipartimental Research Center of Sapienza University of Rome; cultural designer, is sensitive to the issues of open culture and the potential of it within the cultural heritage; responsible for mAppiaM !, Public Archeology Verona and Paestum Wiki projects; vice president of DecArch, association and project focused on collaborative study of the Roman architectural decoration; co-organizer of ArcheoFOSS (Free, Libre and Open Source Software and Open Format in archaeological research processes) conference; consultant for projects realtaed to technological enhancement of cultural heritage.
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