Program/Design challenge workshop: How can multilingual structured metadata bring knowledge equity to Commons?
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Design challenge workshop: How can multilingual structured metadata bring knowledge equity to Commons?
- structured data
- Wikimedia Commons
- knowledge equity
- case studies
- pilot projects
- When and where
- Friday 20 July, 15:00
- Duration: 25 minutes
- Esino Lario
- Topic area
- Relationship to theme
In this workshop:
- The Structured Data on Commons team shares a brief overview of the discussion and findings of the previous session (Structured Data on Commons and knowledge equity):
- Why do we implement structured data on Wikimedia Commons?
- What are some benefits of structured data for projects on Wikimedia Commons that focus on knowledge equity?
- Together, in a workshop setting, participants brainstorm further:
- What else do we see as the potential of structured data on Commons for knowledge equity-related projects? What kinds of (new) projects and approaches does structured data make possible?
- Together, we prioritize which areas of potential and which approaches are seen as most interesting by the participants.
By the end of this workshop:
- Participants leave with a long list of high-potential ideas that can be integrated in their activities around knowledge equity using structured data on Commons.
- Participants understand the large upcoming changes to Commons, how these changes affect their multimedia program activities, and the areas where structured data on Commons increases the opportunities for knowledge equity.
Previous session: Structured data on Commons and knowledge equity