Dear all,
We are looking forward to WikiConference North America here at MIT in
Cambridge, Massachusetts this weekend! We will be welcoming around 250
people over the four-day weekend, with a museum and cultural institution
culture crawl on Friday, conference sessions on Saturday and Sunday, and
discussion/hackathon focused on reliability and credibility on Monday.

For those who can't be here with us in person, we have a live stream
planned of three of our session rooms on Saturday and Sunday. To access the
stream, go here:
http://web.mit.edu/webcast/wiki/f19/

We are looking forward to sharing as much of the conference as we can with
you all! To find out what is when, the schedule is here (all times eastern
time):
https://wikiconference.org/wiki/2019/Schedule

We have a packed schedule with sessions about education, research,
outreach, and more, as well as a special focus/track in our main auditorium
on credibility and reliability in the news and media, which our partners at
the Credibility Coalition are assisting with. As we think about the future
of Wikipedia as a reliable source in a world where social media platforms
and media networks are struggling with issues of misinformation and
credibility, we hope that this program will be both timely and helpful.

Let me know if you have any questions and I hope you are able to tune in
online.
Phoebe, for WCNA


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