Jonathan T. Morgan
Jonathan T. Morgan
Research Strategist, Wikimedia Foundation
"Nous sommes tous nouveaux arrivants"
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I am a PhD candidate in Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington where I perform research in the fields of HCI, CSCW, UCD and other fun acronyms. My dissertation research involves studying WikiProjects as complex systems and developing tools to support WikiProject-based collaboration. I've also conducted research on discussions around controversial article topics and on Wikipedia policy. I have also worked on several other open-source communication & collaboration tools, like this one and this one.
My first edit to Wikipedia was in 2006. I've been performing gnomish edits since 2008 as Jtmorgan.
I have an MS from UW, and a BA in philosophy from St. John's College. I am a voracious and omnivorous reader, and a passionately amateurish musician. In my (ever-diminishing) spare time, I also enjoy trail running, kayaking and a good game of racquetball.
I am a Research Strategist with the Global Development department. I currently do design, development and user research work on the WP:Teahouse, a new user help and socialization space on the English Wikipedia, and provide infrastructure and data analytics support for other Global Development initiatives. I also advise and support current Community Fellowship projects around improving dispute resolution and user help documents.I started at the Foundation during the 2011 Summer of Research. During my summer fellowship I worked on research sprints focused on new editor participation patterns(1,2), and WikiProjects.
Disclaimer: Although I work for the Wikimedia Foundation, contributions under this account do not necessarily represent the actions or views of the Foundation unless expressly stated otherwise. For example, edits to articles or uploads of other media are done in my individual, personal capacity unless otherwise stated.