Jaime Anstee

  1. A dashboard for Wikimedia programs and events: All of your outcomes in one place

    The dashboard helps manage online and offline programs, including editathons, workshops, and education course, and is being designed to work in any language or Wikimedia project. In the dashboard, Wikimedia program leaders can share program information and training materials, participants can pick up articles to edit and review other’s edits, and everyone can see what participants contributed as... Read more

  2. We need your input: building a shared vision for leadership development in the Wikimedia movement

    Sometimes the simplest of actions can create unexpected change in the world. In the Wikimedia universe, many contributors have to “be bold” and step up to the challenge of guiding projects and activities to success. What do we understand as leadership in our movement? How can we better support its development? Join the leadership consultation and share your ideas.... Read more

  3. Developing leadership: Learning Days at the 2016 Wikimedia Conference

    For the third straight year, the Wikimedia Conference was preceded by pre-conference Learning Days for affiliates that want to improve their skills in community engagement, program design, and evaluation.... Read more

  4. First 2015 Wikimedia Programs Evaluations reports examine Wiki Loves Monuments and other photo events

    What is the impact of Wiki Loves Monuments and other photo events? The first two Wikimedia Programs Evaluation reports show that these programs contributed 14% of the media uploaded to Commons from September 2013 to September 2014.... Read more

  5. Quantitative versus Qualitative: More friends than enemies

    As Wikimedia program leaders and evaluators work together toward more systematic measurement and evaluation strategies, we face a common challenge to have both systematic quantitative data and qualitative information. ... Read more