Breaking the Glass Screens: A Case Study in Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons
"Breaking the Glass Screens: A Case Study in Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons" was written by Kendall Larson and Stewart Van Cleve. The book chapter was published in the 2017 book titled: Gender Issues and the Library: Case Studies of Innovative Programs and Resources (McFarland & Company). The book was edited by Carol Smallwood and Lura Sandborn. ISBN: 9781476664736; No full text available through OpenRiver. Citation only.
The publisher's book summary: "With the legalization of same-sex marriage and the explosion of LGBTQ news coverage, gender studies is a subject of interest in popular media and curriculum at colleges. Libraries realize the importance of supporting the field yet have difficulty finding resources and programming ideas. This book provides case studies and innovative solutions for better meeting patron needs."
McFarland & Company
Jefferson, North Carolina
Gender, Wikipedia, Curriculum Development, Media
Gender and Sexuality | Information Literacy | Library and Information Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Larson, Kendall and Van Cleve, Stewart, "Breaking the Glass Screens: A Case Study in Feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons" (2017). Library Faculty Works. 4.