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[[File:Jtm_profile_pic.jpg|thumb|200px|Jonathan in his preferred horizontal orientation.]]
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See my user page on [[w:User:Jtmorgan|Wikipedia]]
 
 
I'm a design researcher at the Wikimedia Foundation and an affiliate faculty member in the department of Human Centered Design & Engineering. Most of my research involves understanding the sociotechnical mechanisms through which participants in Wikimedia projects coordinate their work across time and space. My goal is to do everything I can to foster fun & meaningful experiences for the millions of humans across the world who read, write, teach, research, remix, and hack Wikipedia. You can find out more about me and my work [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Jmorgan_(WMF) here] and [http://jtmorgan.net/ here].
 
 
 
I helped design and lead the [[Community_Data_Science_Workshops|Community Data Science Workshops]], and I have taught two Community Data-adjacent courses at UW: [[DS4UX_(Spring_2016)|Data Science for UX Researchers]] and [[Human_Centered_Data_Science|Human Centered Data Science]].
 
 
 
I am a voracious and omnivorous reader, and a passionately amateurish musician. When I'm away from the keyboard, you can usually find me exploring the beaches and forests of Puget Sound with my wife and my dog, Ozymandias.
 

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