UAL Wikipedia Engagement Survey
From February to August 2020, the University of Alberta Library (UAL) is hosting a Wikipedian in Residence program. The program has several aims:

- Improve the visibility and discovery of the University of Alberta Libraries’ unique and rich digital collections through greater integration with the Wikipedia platform
- Create opportunities for rich interactive learning experiences for students and faculty through the new Digital Scholarship Centre
- Improve UAL’s understanding of the role of large collaborative platforms like Wikipedia can play in improving users’ access to our collections

Throughout summer 2020, the UAL Wikipedian in Residence will be coordinating both educational opportunities and collaborative editing projects. This survey is designed for anyone in the University of Alberta or the Edmonton community to help shape the programming offered by the Wikipedian in Residence throughout the summer.

This survey is anonymous. Thank you for your time and feedback!
What are you interested in learning about Wikipedia? (Choose all that apply)
Which of the following types of instructional programs would you like? (Choose all that apply)
Which of the following types of community practise programs would you sign up for (choose all that apply)
Please share a bit about your barriers to participation. Do you have timing limitations in your day? Is online learning difficult for you? The details you share here can help us ensure our programming is as accessible as possible. (This survey is anonymous.)
What is your current skill level with Wikipedia?
Clear selection
Did you participate in the Wikipedia Wednesdays 101 training sessions delivered to University of Alberta Library staff in March and April?
Clear selection
If you did participate, please share any feedback here:
If you did *not* participate, what were your reasons for not participating?
Please share any additional thoughts or requests here:
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