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<ul><li> Do you know Wikipedia? No. WikiIndaba, Johannesburg 21/06/2014 </li> <li> Wikipedia has 500 million readers. How about the other 6.5 billion people? </li> <li> Protester holding sign at 15 March 2008 anti-Scientology protest in Atlanta, Georgia. Sign modied by Chmee2. </li> <li> Wikipedia Edit Wikipedia ! (maybe) </li> <li> Possible access to Wikipedia Find Wikipedia Use Wikipedia Happy mmm (omissions, mistakes) Go elsewhere Edit Wikipedia Happy with it? Involved in Wikimedia offline events- training Contribute to Wikimedia offline Projects Payed staff Existingcontent Payedstaff Donation? Better Wikipedia Openlicenses Managed Wikipedia You have access to the Internet, a smart phone, a mobile phone, a computer </li> <li> Reading Wikipedia is a form of legitimate peripheral participation through which individuals gain entre and can move towards more active participation Antin, J. &amp; Cheshire, C., 2010. Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on wikipedia. In Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work. S W 10. NewYo k, NY, USA:A M, pp. 127130. </li> <li> What is Wikipedia about? </li> <li> WikiAfrica Cameroun, 2012-2013. </li> <li> Photo by Sandrine Dole, 2010, cc by-sa </li> <li> What is Wikipedia about? </li> <li> What is Wikipedia about according to where you are? </li> <li> Piracy Access to the Internet Access to the Internet through mobile phone Access to content Free Gratis Informal economy Volunteers School books Development projects Education Cooperation for development Something useful Copyright Copyleft Ofine access to Wikipedia Wikipedia zero Sharing Education system Wikipedia Wikimedia WikipediaWikimedia Government Freedom of expression Censorship Control Cooperation rhetoric Children Stable Internet connection Electricity School Fun Curiosity What content Useful Mouvement Ideology </li> <li> Piracy Access to the Internet Access to the Internet through mobile phone Access to content Free Gratis Informal economy Volunteers School books Development projects Education Cooperation for development Something useful Copyright Copyleft Ofine access to Wikipedia Wikipedia zero Sharing Education system Wikipedia Wikimedia WikipediaWikimedia Government Freedom of expression Censorship Control Cooperation rhetoric Children Stable Internet connection Electricity School Fun Curiosity What content Useful Mouvement Ideology </li> <li> WIKI BD, Bibi Benzo, 2014, cc by-sa. </li> <li> 19 WIKI BD, Bibi Benzo, 2014, cc by-sa. </li> <li> 20 WIKI BD, Bibi Benzo, 2014, cc by-sa. </li> <li> CKOI, 2014. Director and script Mike Epacka; lm-maker Regis Talla </li> <li> CKOI, 2014. Director and script Mike Epacka; lm-maker Regis Talla </li> <li> Wikipedia Reading Wikipedia is a form of legitimate peripheral participation through which individuals gain entre and can move towards more active participation Antin, J. &amp; Cheshire, C., 2010. Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on wikipedia. In Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work. S W 10. NewYo k, NY, USA:A M, pp. 127130. </li> <li> Image. DensityDesign Research Lab-INDACO Department Politecnico di Milano, ShareYour Knowledge, 2011-2012, cc by-sa. Iolanda Pensa - io@pensa.it - http://io.pensa.it Johannesburg, June 2014. </li> </ul>