For your final project, you must apply the concepts and skills learned during this course by participating in the Wikipedia online community. Wikipedia is an open source; it is written, edited, and monitored by volunteers around the globe. The goal is to expand one of their stub articles by adding two subtopics to the article. A stub article is one that Wikipedia considers too short and does not provide detailed coverage of a subject or topic. This project challenges you to apply the information literacy skills you learned in this course. To complete this project, you must find sources, evaluate their credibility, and cite them as you add information under each subtopic to expand the article. Once you submit your final project to Waypoint for grading, also consider sharing the information with the public by submitting your work to Wikipedia for publishing. It is an exciting way to join a scholarly conversation and add value to an ongoing discussion. Prepare Reflect on what you have learned during each week of this course. Review the Week 5: Wikipedia Stub Article Expansion Model (Links to an external site.). Review the grading rubric (Links to an external site.) for this assignment. Watch the Wikipedia Stub Article Expansion Overview video. Wikipedia Stub Article Expansion Overview (Links to an external site.) - Transcript Download Transcript Write To complete your final project, download the Week 5: Wikipedia Stub Article Expansion Template Download Week 5: Wikipedia Stub Article Expansion Template (Links to an external site.) and complete each part: Part One: Expansion of Stub Article State the title of the stub article being expanded. Subtopic 1 for expanded content: Write the title of the subtopic. Explain the subtopic in one to two paragraphs. Subtopic 2 for expanded content: Write the title of the subtopic. Explain the subtopic in one to two paragraphs. Use a total of two sources (one scholarly and one popular) to support your information for your subtopics; include APA Style-formatted in-text citations. Provide APA Style-formatted references for your scholarly and popular sources. Part Two: Written Reflection Describe when it is most appropriate to use a scholarly source and when it is most appropriate to use a popular source. Your response should be one to two paragraphs. Reflecting on the Live Learning Session you attended, discuss (1) how you utilized what you learned to complete this assignment, and (2) how you will use what you learned in your future courses, job, and everyday life. Your response should be one to two paragraphs. Tamplate is down below.