An opportunity for skeptical activism or a conspiratory club?
Wikipedia is known as an international encyclopaedia. But is it also a worldwide network with secret members, seeking to influence humankind? Or is it a web forum, where one can publish their opinion? How does Wikipedia work? And how can you make a difference?
Even among skeptics, Wikipedia is still looked at with scrutiny. Is it reliable? Are there mechanisms and processes to make Wikipedia more valid and protected?
This Skeptics in the Pub Online presentation will answer all these questions and more.
Annika Harrison is a member of GWUP, the German skeptics organisation. She is also a proud member of the European Skeptics Podcast (ESP) and writes interviews and reports for the online section of the Skeptical Inquirer. She joined Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia in 2017 and most enjoys recording audio introductions to further the richness of pages concerning Skepticism.
Professionally, she is a teacher of English and history at a comprehensive school close to Cologne, Germany.
Annika is married and a mother of one.
When and Where
Livestreaming on twitch.tv/sitp at 7:00 pm GMT on the 11th November.
A collaborative enterprise as part of Skeptics In The Pub – Online.
Skeptics of the Round Table – live – in the Pub!
Wednesday 10th November – Skeptics of the Round Table is in an actual pub!
Join us at the Bishop On The Bridge. At 7:00 pm GMT.
We have a table booked. Be there if you can – you will be most welcome!