Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge.
June 29 - July 1 2012, Berlin.

Accepted Submissions

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Accepted submissions

Research papers

  • Denny Vrandečić and Lydia Pintscher: Wikidata - a game-changer for Wikipedia and beyond
  • Sylvana Kroop: How Students Judge The Excellence Of Wikipedia Articles
  • Maik Anderka and Benno Stein: On the Effectiveness of Cleanup Tags in the English Wikipedia
  • Richard Rogers and Emina Sendijarevic: Neutral or National Point of View? A Comparison of Srebrenica articles across Wikipedia's language versions
  • Ulrike Höppner: How collaboration changes knowledge - Re-considering knowledge and power
  • Iolanda Pensa: The Power of Wikipedia: Legitimacy and Territorial Control
  • Talya Ponchek: Creating Access to Free Scientific Knowledge by Establishing a Collaborative Research Common
  • Melanie Dulong de Rosnay and Beatriz Busaniche: Comparative public policy for open access to public domain works
  • Dalit Ken-Dror: Gold & Green Models - an Open Access Solution?
  • Jonathon Hutchinson: Importing Wikipedia Principles into the Cultural Institution of a Public Service Broadcaster: The Case of ABC Pool
  • Juliana Bastos Marques: Starting the Brazilian Wikipedia Education Program: educational and community specifics
  • Vojtěch Dostál: Czech Ambassador Program: key differences and lessons learned
  • Simeona Petkova: Individual and Cultural Memories on Wikipedia and Wikia, Comparative Analysis
  • Friedemann Vogel: Wikipedia as a social symbol network. Or: How to deal with conflicts in internet communication. A linguistic research project
  • Thomas Petzold: Geo-linguistic Bursts: The Hidden Pattern Behind Wikipedia’s globally distributed, yet locally specific knowledge distribution
  • Alexander Mehler, Christian Stegbauer and Rüdiger Gleim: Latent Barriers in Wiki-based Collaborative Writing
  • Aileen Oeberst, Iassen Halatchliyski and Ulrike Cress: Collaborative knowledge construction under highly uncertain circumstances: The case of Fukushima in Wikipedia
  • Bernardo Esteves and Henrique Cukierman: The climate change controversy through 15 articles of Portuguese Wikipedia
  • Guillermo Garrido, Enrique Alfonseca, Jean-Yves Delort and Anselmo Peñas: Extracting Wikipedia Historical Attributes Data
  • Robert Warren: Creating specialized ontologies using Wikipedia: The Muninn Experience
  • Fabian Flöck and Andriy Rodchenko: Whose article is it anyway? - Detecting authorship distribution in Wikipedia articles over time with WIKIGINI
  • Vera de Kok: Can the gender gap on Wikipedia be closed?
  • Moritz Braun: Here be Trolls: Motives, mechanisms and mythology of othering in the German Wikipedia community
  • Balazs Bodo: Social control and self governance in file-sharing communities: The Constitution of Pirate Republics


  • Frieder Bronner: WikiPedia about Walter Höllerer - The Authors of the Walter-Höllerer-Article in the German WikiPedia
  • Katja Grashöfer: Shared Commons - Shared Memories? Wikipedias Gedächtnisfunktion
  • Ernesto Leon De La Rosa: On theoretical frameworks and internet memes as instruments of education
  • Cristina Giannone, Gabriele Cuppone, Danilo Croce and Roberto Basili: Automatic lexical resource extractor from Wikipedia
  • Carlos D'Andréa: Seft-organization and emergence in peer production: editing “Biographies of living persons” in Portuguese Wikipedia
  • Djordje Stakic: Biographical articles on Serbian Wikipedia and application of the extraction information on them
  • Stephan Ligl: Wikipedia article namespace – user interface now and a rhizomatic alternative
  • Marc Miquel-Ribé, David Morera-Ruíz and Joan Gomà-Ayats: Extensive Survey to Readers and Writers of Catalan Wikipedia: Use, Promotion, Perception and Motivation