If you’re excited by the possibilities of working with Wikipedia in your classroom, you can also peruse our materials for instructors and see many more examples of great student work.

Whether you’d like more information or feel ready to start, reach out to us at contact@wikiedu.org. We can help higher education instructors in the USA and Canada come up with ideas that match course goals, and find articles that align with your interests.

Articles mentioned in the video:

James B. Hunt, Jr. library
Driverless tractor
Polled Dorset
Gender inequality in Mexico
Climate resistance
Struggle for existence
Maternity leave in the United States

… You can find hundreds of other examples in our weekly roundups of student work. 

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