Fall 2012 US/CEP Post Student Survey

This survey is meant to gather information about student experiences from participants of the Wikipedia Education Program in Fall 2012. We will use your responses to make the program better in the coming semesters. Please answer truthfully and honestly. It should take no more than 15 minutes to complete; thank you for your time and your continuing support. How will we use this information? By answering these questions, you permit us to record your responses and agree to donate them to the public domain. This allows us to freely share your answers with others for the purpose of open analysis, research, and study. We will not publicly share your name, username, or email address. This commitment assumes you do not incorporate your personal information in response to a question that doesn't ask for it. This survey is being conducted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a worldwide non-profit organization. By answering our questions, you consent to the transfer of your responses to the United States and other places as may be necessary to carry out the objectives of this project. If you have any questions about this survey or concerns about confidentiality, please feel free to contact the team conducting the survey: jmathewson@wikimedia.org. If you are turning in a printed copy of this survey, please do your best to write legibly. Thanks!
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Student information

This section gives us some information about you and your experience at the university level. We will use your username information to pull data about your work on-wiki (number of edits, articles you worked on, etc.) during the class assignment.






About your Campus Ambassador

The questions in this section help us find out about your experience with your Campus Ambassadors. A Campus Ambassador is a volunteer who works with your professor and introduces students to Wikipedia norms and editing basics on a face-to-face basis. Your experience with one Campus Ambassador may help us improve the program and/or training. Your Ambassadors will not see any identifying material associated with your responses. Thank you ahead of time for being open and honest.







About your Online Ambassadors

The questions in this section help us find out about your experience with your Online Ambassadors. The Wikipedia Education Program Online Ambassadors are experienced Wikipedia editors who have chosen to work with students online (on Wikipedia). Your experience with one Online Ambassador may help us improve the program and/or training. Your Ambassadors will not see any identifying material associated with your responses. Thank you ahead of time for being open and honest.










Wikipedia assignment




Campus Ambassador (who taught you, in person, about Wikipedia)
Online Ambassador (who engaged with you on Wikipedia)
Wikipedia Teahouse (a support space on Wikipedia designed specifically for new editors)
Printed materials (e.g. handouts/brochures from your professor)
Online text (e.g. Wikipedia policy pages and help desk)
Online student orientation
Online how-to videos
Wikipedia community members (via talk pages)
IRC (live online chat)







Wikipedia editors







Thank you for completing this survey. We hope that your information can help more students have a positive experience editing Wikipedia!

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