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Redefining Research with Wikipedia – Infographic

Wikipedia: Redefining Research

With more and more traditional encyclopedias such as the Encyclopedia Britannica going out of print and focusing solely on digital content, more of our students are relying heavily on the more open source, user created Wikipedia for their research needs.  While the content and quality of the articles on Wikipedia are often most of editors of Wikipedia strive to maintain its factual accuracy and integrity.  I don’t believe Wikipedia should be the end all to research, it has certainly changed the way we conduct that research and as it becomes relied on more and more in academic settings, it has been shown that Wikipedia‘s accuracy has even improved over the years as well as containing much more content than any traditional encyclopedias ever dreamed of.  Today’s infographic  examines some of these trends and facts regarding Wikipedia‘s impact on research.


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Posted by on April 25, 2013 in Infographics


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Wikipedia — Inforgraphic

The History and Scope of Wikipedia

Since its inception in 2001, Wikipedia has grown to be the largest collection of user-created knowledge int eh world.  With millions of readers and articles in more then 284 languages, it would take you almost 17 years to read each one! Find out some of the amazing facts and figures behind Wikipedia, as well as its history (and future) in today’s infographic. [VIA]


Posted by on March 19, 2013 in Infographics


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