Education/Newsletter/September 2014/Articles of interest in other publications
Global: Black-Market Learning or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love WikipediaEdit
National Geographic looks at "the black market of learning" and gives 10 reasons why teachers should be using Wikipedia as a resource.
Global: Academic opinions of Wikipedia and open access will improve with more active involvementEdit
An survey in 2014 shows that with more experience, most academics open up to the concept of open access publishing, including with Wikipedia.
Philippines: Smart offers free access to Wikipedia until February next yearEdit
"...Through Smart’s Tap&Learn [program], Wikipedia Philippines representatives are helping train educators from public elementary and secondary schools across the country on how to use Wikipedia to enhance the learning experience of their students, and for their own professional development...."
Argentina: Wikimedia and RELPE present a free courseEdit
Wikimedia Argentina and the Latin American Web of Educational Portals have created an online course about the principles of free culture and how it relates to education and new technologies.
Brazil: Wikipedia may reinvent school testingEdit
This article in Brazilian mazagine Galileu gives an overview of Wikipedia education efforts in the country and what it means for student evaluation.