File:Case Studies, How instructors are teaching with Wikipedia (Wiki Education Foundation).pdf
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|DescriptionCase Studies, How instructors are teaching with Wikipedia (Wiki Education Foundation).pdf||
English: Case studies on how to use Wikipedia as a teaching tool in higher education classrooms as part of the Wiki Education Foundation's Classroom Program.
|Source||Wiki Education Foundation|
|Author||Wikimedia Foundation, Wiki Education Foundation, EXBROOK, other contributors as credited|
|Other versions||InDesign source files available by request. For older versions, see File:Wikipedia Education Program Case Studies.pdf.|
Wiki Education Foundation print brochures
This set of print brochures, updated in September 2014, is available in print from Wiki Education Foundation for the Classroom Program and other higher education outreach activities. They should be printed on B5 paper, or on A4 paper at 116%.
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|current||21:56, 27 May 2015||1,275 × 1,500, 20 pages (8.22 MB)||Eryk (Wiki Ed)||Added more case studies and ideas for instructors|
|18:31, 29 September 2014||1,275 × 1,500, 16 pages (4.32 MB)||Sage (Wiki Ed)||User created page with UploadWizard|
File usage on Commons
File usage on other wikis
The following other wikis use this file:
- Usage on en.wikipedia.org
- Usage on fr.wikibooks.org
- Usage on meta.wikimedia.org
- Usage on outreach.wikimedia.org
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|Version of PDF format||1.4|