The purpose of the NIH Wiki Fair is to educate the NIH community on the capabilities and limitations of Wiki technology and to provide case studies and demonstrations of Wikis in use at NIH and elsewhere in the private and publics sectors.
Intended Audience: NIH community, other government agencies, extramural scientists.
Highlights and Agenda:
- Keynote speakers:
Case study presentations of wikis at NIH, The National Geographic Society, and General Services Administration.
Demonstrations of wikis on various wiki engines.
Panel discussion: "Wikis: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly”.
- Dr. Calvin Andrus, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Center for Mission Innovation, CIA
- Dr. Larry Sanger, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of the Citizendium Project, and co-founder of Wikipedia
- Dr. Barend Mons, Wiki for Professionals project lead, Associate Professor at Leiden University Medical Center, and at Erasmus Medical Center
See detailed Agenda.
Registration is CLOSED. The registration for the Wiki Fair has reached the capacity. Please join the videocast and contact the NIH Wiki Fair committee if you have questions.
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Wiki Fair Organizing Committee: Olga Brazhnik (CIT), Peter Lyster (NIMGS), Vivien Bonazzi (NHGRI), Dan Wendling (NLM), Kathryn Dudley (NIH Library/ORS/OD), and Tatiana Khramkova (ORIS/OER).
Sponsors: NIH Biomedical Information Science and Technology Initiative (BISTI) Committee, Center for Information Technology (CIT), National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), National Library of Medicine (NLM), Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS/OER), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) and NIH Library/ORS/OD.
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